Natural beauty! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands cuts a stylish figure in a beige suit when she visits a cleaning company
- Queen Maxima visited cleaning company CSU in Uden on Tuesday
- The royal, 49, wore a tailored beige suit and stiletto heel for the solo engagement
- Her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 53, turned out not to be present at the visit
- Cleaning company CSU recently won a category of the Koning Willem I Awards
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands showed off another sophisticated ensemble on Tuesday when she visited a cleaning company in Uden.
The Dutch royal family, 49, showed their sensational sense of style during a visit to cleaning company CSU, which recently won the Koning Willem I award in the Large Business category.
The mother of three wore tailored beige pants with a matching long sleeve blouse for the solo engagement.
The Dutch royal family, 49, showed their sensational sense of style on a visit to cleaning company CSU, which recently won the Koning Willem I award in the Large Business category
She didn’t shy away from daringly accessorizing her chic attire as she wore a striking black brooch, earrings and a selection of chunky black bracelets.
King Willem-Alexander’s wife, 53, gave herself an extra inch with an elegant pair of black stiletto heels and kept a matching leather-look clutch.
She wore her golden locks loosely over her shoulders, enhancing her natural beauty with a light coat of smokey makeup.
Maxima put safety first during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic by covering her nose and mouth with a black face when she arrived at the cleaning company.
The mother of three wore tailored beige pants with a matching long sleeve blouse for the solo engagement in Uden, Netherlands, on Thursday
Queen Maxima was not afraid to accessorize her chic attire in a daring way, as she wore a striking black brooch, earrings and a selection of chunky black bracelets
The Koning Willem I Prize is seen in the Netherlands as the Oscar for entrepreneurs and has been awarded every two years since 1958 by the Koning Willem I Foundation.
The foundation is actively supported by De Nederlandsche Bank NV and the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
The prize goes to companies that have proven to be able to successfully combine courage, decisiveness, sustainability, perseverance and innovation.
There are three categories; Large companies, SMEs and a Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship.
It has been a busy few weeks for the Queen, as she also visited the International Theater Amsterdam last week for another solo engagement.
The royal family spoke with the management of Internationaal Theater Amsterdam about how they went from 350,000 visitors in 2019 to the cancellation of programs due to the pandemic.
The organization began steaming up performances in October 2020, attracting new audiences, including those who had never been to the theater.
King Willem-Alexander’s wife, 53, gave herself an extra inch with an elegant pair of black stiletto heels and kept a matching leather-look clutch
Maxima put safety first during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic by wearing a black face over her nose and mouth as she arrived at the cleaning company
It is expected that the organization will continue to offer the possibility to stream the production live even after the corona crisis.
During her visit, Queen Maxima attended a rehearsal for the new production ‘The Hours’, which spans about a day in the lives of three women.
The International Theater Amsterdam was created in 2018 from a merger between the Stadsschouwburg and Toneelgroep Amsterdam.
Her husband Willem-Alexander, with whom she shares three daughters – Amalia, 17, Alexia, 15, and Ariane, 14 – turned out not to be present at either engagement.
Likewise, the busy royal family also had, among other things, a digital working visit to the national platform Student InzetopSchool.