Dutch Queen Maxima's working visit to Bangladesh, second day

Dutch Queen Maxima is making a three day working visit to People’s Republic of Bangladesh. On the second day of her visit to Bangladesh, Queen Maxima firstly met with development partners and representatives of the fintech sector at the local UN office. Queen Maxima then visited a representative of iPay, which has developed the iPay e-wallet that customers can install on their smartphone and use to make online payments. Afterwards, The Queen visited ShopUp, which is a business that helps small enterprises to sell their products via Facebook.
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch
Queen Maxima wore a floral print silk blouse and floral print silk midi skirt, and Ntan pumps, fruit earrings, One & Only clutch

22 comments:

  1. Her hair is fine, she is just getting older. But those earrings are huge!

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    1. Getting older is no excuse. Queens Elizabeth, Sonja, and Silvia are much older than Maxima but still take the time to make their hair look like a queen should.

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    2. She is there as Maxima and not as Queen representing The Netherlands.
      It's het private work beside her 'reign'.
      So this is fine, she is being herself.
      Great!
      It is great that maxima is doing this job which is her personal interest.

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  2. Yeah, jetzt ist sie schon wieder mehr Maxima. Das Kleid ist ein Traum und steht ihr ausgezeichnet. Für ihre Verhältnisse ist es fast schon schlicht zu nennen, deshalb mussten die Ohrsteine her. Vielleicht denkt sie aber auch, die lenken von den Haaren ab?! Selbst ich kann jetzt sehen, wie kaputt die armen Dinger sind!

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  3. Bien jolie robe imprimée dont les couleurs se retrouvent jusque dans ses boucles d'oreilles.. Superbes les escarpins !!!

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  4. God bless Maxima for using her talents to help others. She’s so genuine and warm. She desperately needs a ponytail for her thin hair. She’s dressed appropriately for the occasion.

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  5. Nice summer dress flower prints are in this year. Maxima looks lovely do like the dress and shoes.Not a fan of the earrings,her hair seems to be very thin.

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  6. Wait... where did her earrings go in picture number 5?

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    1. They were too heavy, I think she HAD to take them off!

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  7. Schönes Kleid, aber warum diese Schuhe dazu? Sie passen weder in die Straßen von Bangladesch, noch zum Kleid.
    -Elisabeth-

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  8. Maxima is a beautiful Queen in her unique way. Always doing her duties with so much love , care and a wide smile. She is one of my favorite royals.

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    1. That is absolutely true, Anon 9:28!

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    2. I couldn't agree more, Anon 9:28. You are absolutely right. I don't get that same feeling from many other royals except 1 other.
      She is very unique out of all the Royals followed on here. She goes out of her way, and above and beyond to get involved and help others outside her own country. She is a regal Queen half the time, and a genuinely hard working advocate for others the other half. Easily one of my top favourites as well.
      Anon 9:13

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    3. Totally agree .

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  9. Her hair...! Well.. at least it matches her bright smile that brightens up the whole world. I accept it now.

    Nia

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    1. She has enough money and people around her to make her hair look good. I will never accept this hair on a queen.

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  10. Really like the dress and the ridiculous earrings in the first outfit. The idea of the suit in the second outfit is good but the skirt is too tight and too short. I wish she would just pin up her hair or tie it back when it’s not formally styled. I really try not to focus on it and to concentrate on the great work she does, her lovely warm personality, her quirky dress sense but it’s difficult not to.

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  11. I hope she get some good advice about her hair. She looks lovely when her hair is pinned up. See July 4th. Why stick to the long messy hair? A shorter haircut would probably be more flattering.

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  12. Royalty fan

    I so agree, Anon 8:28, a shorter hairstyle will look stunning. And yes, that updo, at the G20 was beautiful

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  13. Also, walking around in those 15 cm high hills visiting peoplke that are 1.50 mts, is that necessary?

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