Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sported an effortlessly chic look to meet veterans today.
The 49-year-old Dutch monarch visited the Veteran Institute in windy Doorn, where she expressed her appreciation for the soldiers who acted on behalf of the Dutch state.
The mom of three opted for a more understated look compared to her usual bright colors, a combination of navy blue culottes and a flowy white blouse.
Founded in 2000, the Veterans’ Institute aims to provide mental and physical health care to veterans and their families.
Maxima’s visit today was meant to show appreciation for the country’s veterans, such as as well as emphasize the importance of their care.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sported an effortlessly chic look to meet veterans today. The 49-year-old Dutch monarch visited the Veterans Institute in windy Doorn, where she expressed her appreciation for the soldiers who acted on behalf of the Dutch state.
The Dutch monarch had tea with veterans and listened to their stories with her usual warmth
As she walked to the Institute, Maxima beamed in the Thorn Sun and fought a playful gust of wind that made her blonde bob vibrate.
The Dutch queen opted for stylish wide-leg pants in navy blue and paired them with a flowy white blouse in her pants.
She wore a pair of navy blue heels that matched her culottes perfectly and also wore a clutch in blue.
Known for her love of accessories, the royal chose a pair of earrings made of multi-colored rhinestones, accessorizing with a discreet black watch on her left wrist.
A playful gust of wind upset Maxima hair when the Dutch Queen went to the Veteran Institute in Doorn
Maxima’s breezy hair revealed a beautiful pair of drop earrings made of multicolored rhinestones
Partly to natural makeup, Maxima sported a touch of mascara, some blush, and a lick of lipstick to compliment her summer glow.
The Veterans Institute of the Netherlands opened in Doorn in 2000. It was set up to promote the recognition of Dutch veterans across the country for their work on behalf of the Dutch state.
It provides care and resources for veterans and their families and researches topics relevant to veteran care or policy.
The royal’s look was effortlessly chic, as she opted for a pair of navy blue culottes and a white blouse
The frost wore a splash of mascara and eyeshadow, some blush and a hint of lipstick for the occasion
Maxima looked relaxed when she went to the Institute. The monarch has resumed work since he left the lock in The Hague
Veterans Day, which takes place annually in The Hague, has been on the last Saturday in June since its introduction in 2005.
Maxima’s diary is brimming with engagements after she came out of the lock, which she spent with her family in The Hague.
Last week she presented prizes to winners of the Appeltjes van Oranje fund.
The annual award is presented to people who successfully connect vulnerable groups to re-join society.
The queen opted for a natural make-up look while wearing her blonde hair in a loose wave for the ceremony in Hilversum, which was filmed and streamed online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Maxima went to drink tea with veterans of the Institute. Her visit focused on the recognition, appreciation and care of veterans in the Netherlands
Known for her love for accessories, the royal had selected a pair of earrings from multiple colored stones
The Netherlands has started to ease the block, with the nation reopening certain cultural institutions after a downward trend in their Covid-19 mortality rates for more than a month.
Restaurants, cafes, theaters, concert halls, museums and cinemas returned with strict 1.5 meter social distance measures after two and a half months in quarantine of the corona virus.
Reservations are required for all activities and two people who are not from the same household can sit together at one table in restaurants and cafes.
A maximum of 30 people are allowed in restaurants, cafes, theaters, concert halls and cinemas, as long as the 1.5 meter social distance rules can be maintained.
The royal kept her cool and waved to royal fans on her way to the Institute in windy Doorn