Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was the epitome of glamor tonight when she attended a concert with her family on the occasion of her 50th birthday.
Maxima, who is celebrating her milestone birthday next Monday, looked like she had just stepped off a red carpet in a glitzy dress with a naked illusion when she stepped outside with her husband, three daughters and mother-in-law Queen Beatrix to attend a concert. live. organized in her honor in The Hague.
Princess Catharina-Amalia, 17, Princess Alexia, 16, and Princess Ariane, 13, all wore sparkling outfits to accompany their parents to the concert, entitled: Queen Maxima: a life of music in the Carré theater.
The Dutch Royal Family came out for a glamorous evening to attend a concert in honor of Queen Maxima’s 50th birthday. Pictured: Princess Ariane, 13, Princess Alexia, 16, Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, 53, and Princess Catharina-Amalia, 17, The Hague
Princess Ariane and Princess Alexia put on a stylish display for their glamorous evening. Queen Maxima had chosen a dress with blue stripes and a nude illusion collar
The country has hosted multiple parties and musical performances to mark their queen’s milestone.
Maxima wrapped herself against the evening breeze in a beige scarf that matched her handbag.
Known for her love of accessories, the Dutch queen wore beautiful jewelry, starting with a diamond hairpin in her blond locks, styled in a straight hair dryer.
She also chose a matching necklace, bracelet and dangling earrings in silver with emeralds in it.
All smiles! Known for her highly expressive face, Maxima looked delighted as she posed
Queen Beatrix, 83, right, Maxima’s mother-in-law accompanied her family for an evening at the theater wearing a stylish black cape
Maxima’s eldest daughter Catharina-Amalia chose a dramatic black dress with pink, blue and white flowers and a black scarf. She was seen talking to her grandmother, Queen Beatrix, anyway
Her make-up was equally glamorous, with some bronzer to complement her natural shine, mascara and eyeshadow focusing on her hazel look, and a deep pink lipstick adding texture to her beautiful smile.
Maxima’s three daughters also dressed up for the family night out.
The eldest and heir to the throne, Princess Amalia, chose a dramatic black dress adorned with blue, pink and white flowers.
She wore open-toe plateaus and had chosen a black scarf to complete the outfit, as well as a square clutch.
Her blonde locks styled in a wavy hair dryer revealed a pair of flower-shaped earrings with dangling black gemstones.
Princess Ariane chose a beautiful cream colored dress with a coral flower detail and a beige scarf and clutch. Pictured with Princess Alexia
Alexia had selected a black handbag in which she covered her face, a mandatory requirement to enter the theater
Her makeup was very natural, with just a splash of blush and mascara to complement her beautiful features.
Her sister Alexia, who will soon be studying at United World College Atlantic in Vale of Glamorgan, stole the show in a beautiful turquoise crepe dress.
The color of the garment matched perfectly with the red locks she shares with her father.
The dress is attached to the dress with an elastic belt and the skirt of the dress is made of layers that run over the princess’s legs.
She wore black heeled sandals and a green scarf the same color as her dress.
She also wore natural makeup, with a splash of mascara and a line of DIY eyeliner and some lip liner to emphasize her smile.
Alexia’s green dress complimented her redhead hair perfectly and the teenage princess stole the show
Her handbag was black to match her shoes, and she wore beige and white bracelets and a turquoise ring.
The youngest of the family, Princess Ariane, joined the glam in a sweet cream-colored dress with floral details in coral pink.
Like her sisters and mother, she wore a scarf, which she harmonized with the rest of her outfit with a cream-colored clutch.
Princess Beatrice was dressed in a black cape, revealing an electric blue blouse and black trousers underneath.
Her blonde hair was blown cleanly and she wore a tasteful splash of make-up to compliment her porcelain complexion.
Loving father Willem-Alexander, who wore a navy blue striped suit with a crisp white shirt and purple tie, proudly posing next to his wives.
The family was on their way to a concert organized in honor of Maxima and celebrated her life with a musical performance.
A beautiful black and white portrait of Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, taken in New York in 1999, was released as a stamp on the occasion of her 50th birthday
The four surviving stamps celebrate Maxima’s legacy as a monarch, from Willem-Alexander’s inauguration ceremony in 2013, top left, to her More Music in Class campaign, top right, her humanitarian work in Jakarta, bottom right, and her role as a core member of the royal family, as a daughter-in-law of Queen Beatrice, bottom left
The country is preparing to celebrate Queen Maxima’s 50th birthday next week.
Maxima will turn 50 on Monday, May 17, and her subjects honored her legacy in the weeks leading up to the celebration.
On the occasion of the big day of the monarch, the Dutch Post has released a new stamp sheetlet with five never-before-seen photos of the mother of three.
The largest stamp is a retro black and white close-up photo in which a young Maxima shows off a lock of blond hair during a trip to New York in 1999.
Four other color photos honor the royal duties and obligations of King Willem-Alexander’s wife, including her commitment to the More Music in the Classroom campaign.
In the main seal, entitled ‘Koningin Maxima’ – ‘Koningin Maxima in Dutch’, the queen appears as a young woman from the time before her royal life.
Maxima, then in her twenties, reveals her profile, with freckles on her cheeks and blond locks that fall to her shoulders.