King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima's visit to the state of Kerala

On October 17, 2019, after a meeting with the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singhin Koshyari in Mumbai in the morning, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands continued their state visit in the state of Kerala. In the afternoon, they visited the Mattancherry Palace in Kochi, also known as the Dutch Palace. Afterwards, the King and Queen were given a tour of the museum and attended the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Dutch National Archives and the Kerala State Archives Department.
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
After seeing the palace, the King and Queen visited Nedspice, a company specialising in sustainable agriculture. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima attended a roundtable meeting of Dutch and Indian businesses, knowledge institutions and government bodies working to achieve the UN SDGs Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-being and Clean Water and Sanitation.
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress. Queen Maxima wore a pattern print silk dress by Jan Taminiau in India
Queen Maxima wore Jan Taminiau short dress
Jan Taminiau Short Dress

20 comments:

  1. At last - a figure more spectacular than Maxima! I love her colors and the colors and designs in the welcoming parties. She may have been more comfortable in short sleeves and if the dress designer chose to feature the white or gold on top for this tropical climate. Her hat's color is good but, again, she blocks others in group photos. Those people most likely love to tell of meeting a king and queen, yet they can't show themselves in the photos. I haven't seen any other woman in India with a hat, so just about anything smaller would do to decorate her head and draw attention.

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  2. Hair and hat are nice.
    The dress is awful, sorry. Didn't like it the first time she wore it and I'm afraid I never will. The length is good though!

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  3. weird peacock thing behind them!
    nice outfit today

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    1. Royalty fan

      Anon 9:14 pm, it must be some sort of spiritual people, in their costume's.

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  4. Nice dress,love her big hats. Very busy Royal couple, always on the go.

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  5. Perfectly chosen outfit and color! Queen Maxima looks beautiful!

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  6. Perfectly chosen outfit and color! Queen Maxima looks beautiful!

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  7. In the third picture she looks as if she might be getting some new sartorial ideas... :)

    Rhea

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  8. Another ridiculously large hat. Some may say that is just her style. Yes, it is her ostentatious style.

    Amalia

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    1. Please, there is no need to attach a negative adjective to her style.

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    2. I assume you mean "ostentatious" since "ridiculously" is used as an adverb. Whichever...Amalia has a right to her opinion and it is one to which I also agree.
      Bebee

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  9. I have never been a fan of solid brown for above the waist; however, the Queen looks lovely in her hat and well coiffed hair.

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  10. Queen Maxima looks better in that dress without hat.
    AVA

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  11. What a blast from the past. The colors are straight from the 1970s.

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    1. Brown shag carpeting and avocado kitchen backsplash tiles come to mind.

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  12. Been trying to be positive about Queen Maxima but really cannot find anything positive to say about this skirt apart from the fact that it’s a decent length. One can only assume the colours have been chosen in honour of the Indian flag. Hat and shoes are nice, though.

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  13. I kind of like the dress, for late summer, or for a beautiful autumn day but not for a tropical day in India, nor combined with another rediculous hat (I am Queen)..... What strikes me in these pictures is that Maxima, although a beautiful woman, is in no way an elegant woman.
    Lily T.

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  14. Difficult colour combination. Agree with Lily - very reminiscent of the 70s.
    Apart from the colours I like the design idea though: flattering shape, light material, good length. It had been better though if the stripes had been either absolutely horizontal in order to avoid the dragging effect, or more obviously wavy to look like an intentional design feature.

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