Work and play! King Willem-Alexander paid a visit to the Chancellery of the Dutch Order in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday, September 28.
The royal looked like he had some fun looking at some of the works of art, in addition to mingling with others.
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The King, who wore a blue suit with matching pants and black shoes, was greeted outside!
"King Willem-Alexander pays a working visit to the Chancellery of the Dutch Orders in The Hague. The Chancellery of the Dutch Orders is the official organization behind the Dutch decoration system. The King is Grand Master of the Dutch Orders of Knights; the Order of Orange-Nassau, the Order of the Netherlands Lion and the Military William Order," a caption on Instagram read.
The message continued, "The King speaks with employees of the Chancellery about the decoration system and about the special stories that often lie behind the royal decorations. The King also speaks with members of the Chapter for the Civil Orders."
"During the working visit, the King unveiled a statue of artist Jikke van Loon. The bronze effigy of the King is in the porte-cochère, a passageway for carriages that has been preserved in its original state," the message noted.
The King made sure to chat with others, and people loved the visit.
One person wrote, "Beautiful image of our king.👏," while another added, "Wow."
Just last week, the King celebrated Prince's Day alongside his wife, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.
"It's Prince's Day! The First Chamber and the Second Chamber will meet today in the United States General Assembly to open the new working year," a caption read on Instagram. "The King delivers the Throne Speech in the Grote Kerk in The Hague. Watch live — watch from 12.30 pm via NPO 1."