The Queen of the Netherlands was all smiles today as she met with elderly people and their carers this afternoon.
Maxima, 49, travelled to three towns in the western region of the country to discuss how the covid-19 pandemic had impacted these patients’ care and what effect it had on their carers.
She met with carers and their families in Zwijndrecht, Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht and Ridderkerk and met with supporters of the Zormies Nederlands initiative against loneliness among the elderly.
She wore a dress adorned with a colourful blue and yellow motif for the occasion and casually had coffee with some of elderly residents.
The Queen of the Netherlands was all smiles today as she met with elderly people and the loved ones caring after them this afternoon. Maxima, 49, travelled to three towns in the Western region of her country to discuss how the covid-19 pandemic had impacted these patients’ care and what effect it had on their informal carer
The Dutch mother-of-three looked radiant in an autumnal dress with long sleeves and an intricate floral motif in brown, black, blue, yellow and white.
The outfit perfectly framed her curves, with a large statement black belt highlighting her small waist.
She paired the dress with sensible black leather boots and kept her accessorises to a minimum, donning only a golden ring on her right hand, a bracelet made of fabric on her left wrist and large black hoop earrings.
She carried a black cardigan with her in case she needed to wrap up from the September chill.
The Dutch royal looked perfectly comfortable as she met with elderly resident of the West Netherlands to discuss how Covis-19 had affected their care
Her blond locks were styled in a natural blow-dry which cheerily bounced on her shoulders as she made her way to the houses of several carers.
She sported a dash of mascara and eyeshadow and some blush to compliment her healthy glow.
The Dutch queen looked perfectly relaxed as she met with members of the elderly in Zwijndrecht and Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht.
She discussed with them how the coronavirus pandemic had impacted their care as well as their hobbies.
In one of the houses, she could be seen reading the newspaper while chatting with her hosts.
Maxima met with several members of the elderly for coffee this afternoon. Together, they talked about the quality of care they experienced during the coronavirus pademic as well as their hobbies
The Dutch queen seemed relaxed as she listened to the elderly patients’ stories. She also met with the loved ones looking after their care
While meeting with carers and their families, Maxima took the time to peruse the newspapers and talk about their hobbies with the residents
Maxima sported a natural makeup with just a dash of mascara and eyeshadow and some blush to compliment her healthy glow
She also sat for coffee with several supporters of the Zormies Nederland initiative against loneliness.
Zormies provides help to informal carers looking after their loved ones. The services offered span a wide range of activities, such as grocery shopping, and can help informal carer by taking over the care of their loved ones when they need it.
Loneliness among the elderly was also at the heart of Maxima’s visit to Rotterdam last week when she toured a community centre.
The Dutch queen opted for an autumnal number in black, blue and yellow for today’s engagement
The queen’s locks were styled in a natural bnlodry that bounced on her shoulders as she made her way to her several engagements of the day
Maxima listened as she spoke to volunteers and informal carers about their experiences caring after loved ones during covid-19
Wearing a pristine powersuit, the Dutch Queen spoke with the centre’s staff, who hoped to combat loneliness in Rotterdam by offering several activities.
The Queen and her husband faced criticism when they were pictured ignoring social distancing rules during their holiday on the Greek Island of Milos in Greece.
A picture emerged on social media of the couple, who were holidaying with their daughters Princess Amalia, 16, Princess Alexia, 15, and Princess Ariane, 13, posing alongside an unidentified restaurant employee, less than one metre apart.
They took to Twitter to apologise for not practicing the 1.5 metres apart guideline imposed by The Netherlands, in addition to not wearing face masks.
The family had been on holiday for a few weeks and they were praised for their swift action in apologising for their lapse in judgement.
Maxima was all smiles today as she arrived for her engagements, holding a black jacket to wrap up from the September chill