Dutch Royal Family released a new family photo on the occasion of Eurovision Song Contest 2020

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima posted a new family photo on the night when the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 was going to be held in Rotterdam. In the message added to the photo, "Europe is going through a very hard time. Let’s keep our eyes and ears open to each other. Together, we stand strong. Europe, shine a light and keep the music alive!” – King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima." wrote the King and Queen.
Queen Maxima in Claes Iversen top, Princess Amalia in Self Portrait one-shoulder jumpsuit. Princess Alexia in Self Portrait  lace dress
The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 was planned to take place on May 16, 2020 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands as the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The contest was cancelled on March 18, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is the first time in the contest's 64-year history that it has been cancelled.

Queen Maxima wore a top by Claes Iversen, which she had worn a few times before. The outfits worn by Princess Amalia ve Princess Alexia are by Self Portrait.
Queen Maxima wore Claes Iversen top from 2019 Couture collection
Claes Iversen Top - 2019 Couture collection
Princess Amalia wore Self-portrait Crystals Embellishment One-shoulder Crepe Top
Self-Portrait Crystals Embellishment One-shoulder Crepe Top
Princess Alexia wore Self Portrait Green Mint Floral Guipure Lace Mini Dress
Self-Portrait Green Mint Floral Guipure Lace Mini Dress

14 Comments

  1. I love this family. They are happy & stylish. Their outfits are amazing, i wish we would see the bottom half

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  2. I would call this a clash of styles: the Queen in cocktail combination, the King casually dressed and the princesses a mix of both.

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  3. I can never understand Royal ladies attachment to their handbags. Why would Amalia need one at home? It was the same on Kings Day. Máxima’s outfit seems slightly over the top for a party at home but I am not a fan of this top.

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    1. I agree with you. Maybe being a future queen, she is starting to carry unnecessary accessories at these small appearances so it will gradually become second nature to her by the time she becomes queen.

      Maxima is usually dressed over the top, so nothing surprises me with her. It is surprising to me that there is no coordination among the family, however.

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    2. its her thing. remember when you were that age...

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  4. I can never understand Royal ladies attachment to their handbags. Why would Amalia need one at home? It was the same on Kings Day. Máxima’s outfit seems slightly over the top for a party at home but I am not a fan of this top.

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  5. Great photo. Princess Alexia is growing into a particularly beautiful young lady

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  6. I see 3 princesses, Amalia, Alexia and also Ariane. I miss the message about Ariane, she looks beautiful in her dress. It is a happy picture of the Royal Family. Princess Ariane does also belong to the family as the 3rd daughter of king Willrm-Alexander and queen Maxima. Why not mention her?

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    1. You are right: she hardly ever is.
      I hope for her she is the relaxed third child: less attention and taking advantage of it!

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  7. Beautiful family photo. The young princesses are stunning looking young ladies and are a credit to their parents. Queen Maxima looks bright and stylish, she is never boring, good for her. I admire her enthusiasm and passion for life.

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  8. Very wonderful photo of the Dutch Royal Family

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  9. Great family photo. The princesses look lovely. I will admit, I do like that Maxima's heart hand gesture is covering the embellishment on her top, it's not my favorite, but definitely her style . On the other hand, her hair looks good here (just a lighthearted comment:) )
    Chel

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  10. PRINESS AMELIA IS VERY GORGEOUS

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  11. PRINCESS AMALIA IS GORGEOUS

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