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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands joins King Willem-Alexander to open Parliament

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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has once again proven her sartorial style by opting for a striking floral dress, complete with an electric blue skirt and a bright red bodice.

While the royal ensemble brought all the usual glamor expected of the monarch’s wife attending the opening of parliament with her husband King Willem-Alexander, the rest of the usual pomp and circumstance was nowhere to be seen.

For the second consecutive year, the king’s ‘throne speech’ was held in a Hague church rather than the historic Ridderzaal due to coronavirus restrictions and there was no horse-drawn carriage ride for the royal family through busy streets.

But the different circumstances didn’t deter Maxima, 50, who still gave her everything in terms of style; she turned heads in a very lively dress, along with a matching red hat and gloves.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (pictured) has once again proven her sartorial style by opting for a striking floral dress, complete with an electric blue skirt and bright red bodice

While the royal family's ensemble brought all the usual glamor expected of the monarch's wife attending the opening of parliament with her husband King Willem-Alexander (pictured together), the rest of the usual splendor was and splendor nowhere to be found.

While the royal family’s ensemble brought all the usual glamor expected of the monarch’s wife attending the opening of parliament with her husband King Willem-Alexander (pictured together), the rest of the usual splendor was and splendor nowhere to be found.

To add even more glitz and glamor to her outfit, the mother of three was accented with a dazzling pair of earrings and a gold bracelet.

She wore a ceremonial sash and added an amber gemstone brooch, keeping her hair down and curled to best match her fashionable headpiece.

The royal, who loves color coordinating her spectacular outfits, paired the flattering dress with red high heels and a matching clutch bag.

Her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 54, looked equally sophisticated in a tuxedo, teamed with a striped tie.

The Netherlands currently still has Covid restrictions, with social distancing largely still required in all sectors such as hospitality and indoor activities.

For the second year in a row, the king's 'throne speech' was held in a Hague church rather than the historic Ridderzaal due to coronavirus restrictions and there was no horse-drawn carriage ride for the royal family through busy streets

For the second year in a row, the king’s ‘throne speech’ was held in a Hague church rather than the historic Ridderzaal due to coronavirus restrictions and there was no horse-drawn carriage ride for the royal family through busy streets

But the various circumstances held back Maxima (pictured), 50, who still gave her everything in terms of style;  she caught the eye in a very vibrant dress, along with a matching red hat and gloves

But the various circumstances held back Maxima (pictured), 50, who still gave her everything in terms of style; she caught the eye in a very vibrant dress, along with a matching red hat and gloves

The Dutch king outlined a sober government plan for the coming year in his traditional speech ushering in the new term that followed lengthy negotiations to form a new governing coalition.

With Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s cabinet in janitor mode since the parliamentary elections in March and not an easy path to a new cabinet, no major plans were revealed in the king’s speech written by the government.

‘Big new long-term choices are for the next cabinet,’ King Willem-Alexander said during a joint meeting of both houses of parliament.

Still, he said the government would invest an additional €7 billion in measures to help achieve planned emissions reductions, including making homes and industry more sustainable and encouraging the use of electric cars.

To add even more glitz and glamor to her outfit, accessory the mother of three (pictured with her husband) with a dazzling pair of earrings and a gold bracelet

To add even more glitz and glamor to her outfit, accessory the mother of three (pictured with her husband) with a dazzling pair of earrings and a gold bracelet

She wore a ceremonial sash and added an amber gemstone brooch, keeping her hair down and curled to best match her fashionable headpiece

She wore a ceremonial sash and added an amber gemstone brooch, keeping her hair down and curled to best match her fashionable headpiece

Her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 54, looked equally sophisticated in a tuxedo, teamed with a striped tie

Her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 54, looked equally sophisticated in a tuxedo, teamed with a striped tie

He also pledged more money to address housing shortages, for education and to strengthen the rule of law, and warned that organized crime gangs are becoming increasingly violent.

Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra presented details of the budget to the House of Representatives later on Tuesday.

On foreign policy, the king said membership of the European Union, NATO and the United Nations remain “cornerstones of Dutch foreign policy”, but added that the country must make choices in its relations with China, Russia and the United Nations. United States.

“Transatlantic cooperation remains the foundation of Dutch security policy, but at the same time we will have to invest more in European security policy,” he said.

Maxima (pictured), who loves color coordinating her spectacular outfits, paired the flattering dress with red high heels and a matching clutch.

Maxima (pictured), who loves color coordinating her spectacular outfits, paired the flattering dress with red high heels and a matching clutch.

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