Maxima, Queen of the Netherlands, wowed in head to toe neutrals today as she visited a customer contact center helping those struggling with energy bills.
Recycling an outfit she wore in 2019, the Dutch royal, 51, sported a beige boat neck top matched with wide-leg beige trousers.
The queen accessorised her look with a pair of dazzling gold earrings, and a silver bracelet on her right wrist and dark red finger nails.
Her blonde hair was undone and loose over the shoulders and she completed her look with beige heeled shoes, a clutch bag and touch of pink lipstick and eye liner.
She seemed in high spirits but also eager to learn as she met with staff at the Temporary Emergency Energy Fund, in The Hague.
Queen Maxima during a visit to the customer contact center of the Temporary Emergency Fund Energy that supports poorer families in the Hague, Netherlands
The mother of three was attentive throughout her visit, where she learnt about the help being given to families struggling with bills.
The fund supports vulnerable households that run into financial difficulties due to high energy prices.
She seemed relaxed and in good spirits, with her complexion slightly tanned and dewy from a recent holiday to the Caribbean.
Her neutral outfit was in sharp contrast to the colourful ensemble she wore last week when she met with designers preparing for the Milan fashion season next Spring.
She attended the NUL ZES workspace in Eindhoven, which houses designers of all backgrounds.
While there, she met illustrators and architects and also sculptors and artists from Home of Design.
Dressing to impress, she teamed a mustard turtleneck with matching flared trousers, accessorising the warm-hued look with a beaded necklace.
The European monarch carried a brown statement clutch with a wooden handle to complement her leather boots, and wore her blonde tresses down in a relaxed style.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sported a beige boat neck top as she arrived for the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support conference in Amsterdam in October 2019
The Queen met staff and learnt about how the cost of living crisis was affecting families across the country
Dutch Queen Maxima attends a working visit to the customer contact centre of the Temporary Emergency Fund Energy in The Hague
The Queen accessorised her beige outfit with a small clutch bag she wore tucked under her arm
The mother of three regularly supports charities and organisations in the Netherlands that are helping those in need
The Dutch royal stunned in the belted scarlet number, which she threw over an all-yellow ensemble for her trip to NUL ZES and Home of Design Kazerne last week
She teamed a mustard turtleneck with matching flared trousers, accessorising the warm-hued look with a beaded necklace
It appeared her neutral outfit today was recycled – having last been worn in October 2019 when it was teamed with a large crystal brooch.
Then she oozed style and radiance as she visited the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support conference in Amsterdam.
She greeted adoring crowds of excited spectators to speak at the city’s Royal Tropical Institute.
During the conference, the queen met with NGO representatives, care workers and specialists in the field about psychosocial care in crisis situations and areas.
The Queen has seen relaxed since her recent family tour of the Caribbean, which she went on with her husband King Willem-Alexander, 54, and their daughter Amalia.
While there Maxima was seen Amalia was seen cutting leaves of an Aloe plant with her daughter Amalia.
The three also visited Bonaire, Curaçao and St Maarten before travelling to St Eustatius and Saba.
As the royals undertook their tour, they were frequently greeted by onlookers who waved Dutch flags and applauded as they passed by.