Elegant in emerald! Queen Máxima shines in a green ballgown and sparkling tiara at a state banquet in Slovakia
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands stole the show tonight when she arrived at a state banquet in Slovakia while visiting the country with her husband, King Willem-Alexander.
The Argentine-born royal, 51, kept her signature style as she arrived at the event in Bratislava’s Reduta wearing a bright emerald green ballgown.
The dress, which had a full skirt and lace details, consisted of a skin-colored layer overlaid with the mesh, clear and detailed material.
She embellished her dress with a cape in a light camel hue and sported a dazzling diamond tiara on her head while her sleek blonde locks were perfectly sculpted into an updo.
She carried a gold handbag and flaunted a sparkling tennis bracelet, while emerald and diamond tears hung from her ears.
Queen Máxima stunned in a flowy green lace dress and her husband King Willem-Alexander was just as dignified during a state banquet in Reduta in Bratislava
Cheers! During the festivities, the Queen of the Netherlands took a sip of fizz
The mother-of-three looked elegant as always as she beamed as she stood next to her husband, 55, who looked smart in a black tuxedo and black bow tie.
The Dutch royal family attended the event in their honor on the first day of their three-day state visit to Slovakia.
Pictured arriving at MR Stefanik Airport this morning, Máxima was regal in blue as she wrapped herself in a navy blue dress and jacket, complete with navy blue pumps and a hat as an accessory.
Holding her husband’s arm, she beamed as she walked down a red carpet laid out for their arrival.
The monarch looked elegant in a green lace dress by Dutch designer Jan Taminiau
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands was stunned when she arrived in Bratislava, Slovakia, for a state dinner held in her honor wearing an emerald green dress with leaf appliqué and a diamond tiara
The Argentine-born royal, 51, stole the show when she arrived at the event, with her blonde locks sculpted into a slick updo
Queen Máxima and King Willem-Alexander beamed when they arrived at the event that takes place on the first evening of their state visit to Slovakia
She looked chic as always and carried a bouquet of flowers in her right hand.
The state visit to Slovakia comes at a busy time for the couple. Queen Máxima visited a customer contact center last month to help people with an energy bill.
She seemed cheerful but also eager to learn during her meeting with employees of the Temporary Emergency Fund Energy in The Hague.
The mother of three was thoughtful during her visit, where she learned about the help provided to families struggling with bills.
The fund supports vulnerable households that run into financial problems due to high energy prices.
In the meantime, she also visited the NUL ZES workspace in Eindhoven, which houses designers from all backgrounds.