Queen Maxima dons bold yellow suit as she visits children’s charity
A ray of sunshine! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands is vibrant in a bold yellow suit as she visits Make-A-Wish children’s charity
- The stylish royal, 47, opted for a bold two-piece as she attended the engagement
- Mother-of-three accessorised with black earrings, a clutch, and chic court shoes
- The occasion was to mark the 30th anniversary of the children’s charity
Queen Maxima looked radiant in yellow as she visited Make-A-Wish in Hilversum, The Netherlands on Wednesday.
The mother-of-three, 47, brought the sun with her as she opted for a bold two-piece suit, which she wore over a black round-neck top.
Renowned for her sartorial prowess, the Dutch royal paired the outfit with black accessories as she was greeted at the entrance of the building.
The engagement was to mark their 30th anniversary of the charity – which fulfills wishes for ill children aged between 3 and 18.
Queen Maxima, 47, looked radiant in yellow as she visited Make-A-Wish in Hilversum, The Netherlands on Wednesday
The Dutch royal wore a black round-neck top underneath and opted for black accessories to complete the look, including a clutch, court shoes and a folder which she held in her left hand
Wearing her hair loose, the royal tucked the front tresses behind her ears to prevent them from blowing in the breeze.
She was on her usual stylish form pairing her suit with black heeled court shoes, a clutch and what appeared to be a folder in her right hand.
The statement on the children’s charity website reads: ‘Fulfilling a dearest wish each child a special effect, but for children with life-threatening illness in particular.’
‘It gives these children, who often because of their illness are especially patient, the power to be children. Achieving a dream for their future can mean a world of difference.’
The stylish royal’s hair could be seen blowing in the wind before she made her way inside to the reception
Queen Maixma of the Netherlands was all smiles as she shook hands with the founders of the children’s charity and thanked them for the work they do
And it’s not the first time Maxima has opted for a striking number to bring a splash of color to proceedings.
She paired a bright pink A-line dress by designer Oscar de la Renta with a black fascinator for an engagement in Utrecht on April 18.
The former financier was attending the jubilee congress of Nibud with the theme Money and Behaviour
She stood out in the vibrant fuchsia flared midi dress, which she similarly teamed with black accessories – and the same earrings she wore today.
The engagement was to mark their 30th anniversary of the charity – which fulfills wishes for ill children aged between 3 and 18. Pictured, Queen Maxima posed alongside members of staff
Maxima could be seen in a meeting with many of the inspirational staff who work at the children’s charity
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