Queen Maxima of the Netherlands steps out in a stylish pied-de-poule dress and cape for the presentation of the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prize 2022 in Amsterdam
- Queen Máxima looked typically fashionable in a houndstooth pencil midi dress
- The Dutch Queen, 51, paired her dress with a black cape for an award ceremony
- She beamed at the presentation of the Prince Bernhard Cultuurondsprijs in Amsterdam
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Queen Máxima looked typically stylish when she stepped out in a midi dress with a pied-de-poule pencil for the presentation of the 2022 Prince Bernhard Culture Fund Award in Amsterdam.
The Dutch royal, 51, paired her sophisticated dress with a trendy black calf-length cape and a pair of simple patent leather shoes and handbag.
Wearing sparkly tights and a pair of black leather gloves, the mother-of-three paired her outfit with a large diamond and sapphire brooch, which she wore below her right collarbone.
King Willem-Alexander’s wife chose statement makeup for the event, with a radiant bronze complexion, dark eyeliner and a muted red lip.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (pictured) looked typically stylish in a houndstooth pencil midi dress as she attended an awards ceremony in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima wore her blonde locks loose in a stylish, messy side parting as she stepped out of the Street Museum to present the prize.
The annual Prince Bernhard Culture Fund Prize has been awarded this year to the Anne Frank House.
The organization will receive 100,000 euros because it has been bringing the life story and ideas of Anne Frank to the attention of the world for decades in a creative and inspiring way, says fund director Cathelijne Broers.
The Culture Fund Prize has been awarded since 2010. It is awarded annually to a recipient who focuses on a different style of work.
The Dutch Queen, 51, paired her trendy dress with a black cape, patent leather handbag and leather gloves
Maxima beamed when she met this year’s attendees. The prize is awarded to a person or institution with a great track record in the field of culture or nature in the Netherlands
This year’s award ceremony took place in Museum Straat and was presented to the Anne Frank House. Queen Maxima beamed when she presented the prize
Queen Maxima awards the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prize 2022 to the Anne Frank House. She is pictured here with this year’s attendees outside the Street Museum in Amsterdam
Last year it went to IVN Nature Education and in 2020 to ISH Dance Collective.
Queen Máxima beamed when she presented the prize to the Anne Frank House and seemed cheerful outside the Street Museum when she met those in attendance.
Always on point, last week the fashionable Dutch royals wore a denim-inspired navy blue ensemble while visiting MUD Jeans in Laren, Netherlands.
Wearing sparkly tights and a pair of black leather gloves, the mother-of-three paired her outfit with a large diamond and sapphire brooch, which she wore below her right collarbone
For the occasion, she combined flared, cornflower blue trousers with a stylish indigo jacket.
The buttoned number had a distinctive belt, which accentuated the king’s silhouette, tight at the waist.
Máxima grinned when she visited the brand – which is the winner of the Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship, one of the King Willem I awards.
The mother-of-three added a glamorous flair by accessorizing with heavy, dainty earrings and tossing her honey blonde locks back into an easy bun.
King Willem-Alexander’s wife chose statement makeup for the event, with a radiant bronze complexion, dark eyeliner and a muted red lip
Maxima looked typically elegant and classy when she arrived at the award ceremony in Amsterdam