Queen Maxima of the Netherlands enjoyed a glass of champagne after planting a ‘climate tree’ today at the opening of the new office for a coffee roaster.
The Dutch Queen, 50, looked stunning in a recycled oatmeal linen top and trousers with orange floral detail that she first wore in 2019.
The Argentine-born royal attended the event that was held on the occasion of the opening of Hesselink Koffie’s new business premises in Winterswijk.
Maxima seemed to be having a good time balancing on her bright orange high heels as she planted the tree and was later seen raising a glass of bubbly to celebrate the occasion.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands raised a glass of champagne after planting a ‘climate tree’ today at the opening of the new office for a coffee roaster
The royal once again showed off her impeccable fashion sense in the summer ensemble with a wide-leg look cropped at mid-calf and a fitted, short-sleeved top.
The mother of three coupled her outfit with a matching headband and wore her long blond locks in a low ponytail tied at the nape of her neck.
She completed the outfit with some delicate accessories including a pair of gold earrings and also a simple gold bracelet her favorite gold bracelet and black wristwatch.
Maxima showed her sustainable side by wearing the outfit she wore for the first time in April 2019 on the occasion of King’s Day, the national holiday on which the birthday of the king is celebrated.
The Dutch queen, 50, looked stunning in a recycled top and trousers – which she wore earlier in 2019 – as she attended the opening event of Hesselink Koffie in Winterswijk
The Argentine-born royal showed her impeccable fashion sense in the summery ensemble featuring an oatmeal-colored linen top with orange floral detail and wide legs
Maxima seemed to be having a good time as she balanced on her bright orange high heels as she planted the tree
The mother of three paired her outfit with a matching headband and wore her long blonde locks in a low ponytail tied at her neck
The monarch, wife of King Willem-Alexander, 54, and mother of daughters Amalia, 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 14, was given a tour of the new building and was treated to a taste of the coffee they produce.
The new building is energy neutral and the coffee that is produced is climate neutral.
After the event, Hesselink Koffie posted a photo of Maxima planting the tree on their Instagram page, with the caption: ‘A crown on our work.
Queen Máxima traveled to Winterswijk today to open our renovated building.
Planting the climate tree is a new step for us in giving happiness. Ready for the future, as the most sustainable coffee roaster in the Netherlands!’
In addition, Maxima paid a separate visit to a dairy farm in Lettele on the same day in connection with debt counseling and financial health.
She completed the outfit with some delicate accessories, including a pair of gold earrings, a simple gold bracelet and her favorite gold bracelet and black wristwatch.
Her royal visit came weeks after the country celebrated Queen Máxima’s 50th birthday on May 17.
Her subjects honored her legacy in the weeks leading up to the celebration, and a collection of stamps was released to mark the occasion.
The largest stamp, Queen Maxima, features an unprecedented retro black-and-white close-up photo from the monarch’s private collection, depicting Maxima in New York in 1999.
It shows a profile of the then 22-year-old with freckles on her cheeks and strands of blond hair that fall to her shoulders.
The monarch was given a tour of the new building and was allowed to taste the coffee they produce that is climate neutral
Maxima wore a protective face covering while speaking with Hesselink Koffie staff during the royal visit
The Dutch Queen also paid a separate visit to a dairy farm in Lettele on the same day in connection with debt counseling and financial health.
Maxima showed her sustainable side by wearing the outfit she first wore in April 2019 on the occasion of King’s Day, the national holiday that celebrates the King’s birthday. (Pictured in 2019 with her family: King Willem-Alexander, now 54, and daughters Amalia, now 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 14)