Queen Maxima of the Netherlands dazzles in a bright suit and a floral coat

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She is known for her bold style and bright outfit choices.

And today was no exception for Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, who wore a regal red suit and flowered coat on the occasion of the National Opening of the King’s Games in Vlinderslag, Amersfoort.

The royal, 49, showed off her sartorial art in the colorful green, yellow and blue knee-length coat, which she accessorized with burgundy accents and daring earrings.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands today wore a regal red suit and flower coat on the occasion of the National Opening of the King's Games in Vlinderslag, Amersfoort.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands today wore a regal red suit and flower coat on the occasion of the National Opening of the King’s Games in Vlinderslag, Amersfoort

The royal, 49, showed off her sartorial art in the colorful green, yellow and blue knee-length coat, which she accessorized with burgundy accents and daring earrings

The royal, 49, showed off her sartorial art in the colorful green, yellow and blue knee-length coat, which she accessorized with burgundy accents and daring earrings

The Argentina-born royal kept her blonde hair loose and straight in a relaxed hair dryer and opted for red wide-leg pants, with a matching shirt and blazer.

Known for her impeccable style, Maxima wore burgundy leather gloves, heeled boots and a handbag.

Maxima kept her makeup natural, with a smokey brown eye framing her face and a simple lick of black mascara.

She stuck with her floral theme, pairing the look with pretty daisy earrings.

The King and Queen joined in the fun and watched competitions, with Maxima even helping lift a trophy

The King and Queen joined in the fun and watched competitions, with Maxima even helping lift a trophy

The Argentina-born royal kept her blonde hair loose and straight in a relaxed hair dryer and opted for red wide-leg pants, with a matching shirt and blazer.

The Argentina-born royal kept her blonde hair loose and straight in a relaxed hair dryer and opted for red wide-leg pants, with a matching shirt and blazer.

She later joined her husband, King Willem-Alexander, with the pair wearing both sporting orange face masks to keep Covid safe

She later joined her husband, King Willem-Alexander, with the couple wearing both sporting orange face masks to keep Covid safe

She later joined her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 53, with the pair both sporting Dutch orange face masks to keep Covid safe.

The King’s Games, or King’s Games, take place a few days before King’s Day – where the nation enjoys outdoor activities to celebrate the King’s birthday.

More than 1.5 million children at 7,500 schools across the country will play sports and exercise as part of the games as they enjoy a day of health and fun instead of lessons.

This year King’s Day will be celebrated on Wednesday 27 April.

Maxima kept her makeup natural, with a smokey brown eye framing her face and a simple lick of black mascara

Maxima kept her makeup natural, with a smokey brown eye framing her face and a simple lick of black mascara

The couple watched a wheelchair race and looked delighted as they cheered on the children

The couple watched a wheelchair race and looked delighted as they cheered on the children

Maxima also showed her sporty side by kicking a football around with primary school kids dressed in patriotic orange

Maxima also showed her sporty side by kicking a football around with primary school kids dressed in patriotic orange

The King and Queen joined in the fun and watched competitions, with Maxima even helping lift a trophy.

Later, the couple watched a wheelchair race and looked delighted as they cheered on the children.

Maxima also showed her sporty side by kicking a football around with primary school kids dressed in patriotic orange.

An international training financier, Máxima was born in Argentina and married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002, three years after meeting her husband-to-be in Seville, Spain.

An international training financier, Máxima was born in Argentina and married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002, three years after meeting her future husband in Seville, Spain.

An international training financier, Máxima was born in Argentina and married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002, three years after meeting her future husband in Seville, Spain.

The mother of three daughters, Catharina-Amalia, 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 13, married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002

The mother of three daughters, Catharina-Amalia, 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 13, were married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002

The mother of three daughters, Catharina-Amalia, 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 13, were married into the Dutch Royal Family in 2002.

Willem-Alexander became king after his mother, Beatrix, stepped down in April 2013 after 33 years as reigning monarch.

Queen Maxima has reportedly said she had no idea that Willem-Alexander was the heir to the throne when they first met.

Willem-Alexander became king after his mother, Beatrix, stepped down in April 2013 after 33 years as reigning monarch

Willem-Alexander became king after his mother, Beatrix, stepped down in April 2013 after 33 years as reigning monarch

Queen Maxima has reportedly said she had no idea that Willem-Alexander was the heir to the throne when they first met

Queen Maxima has reportedly said she had no idea that Willem-Alexander was the heir to the throne when they first met

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