Queen Máxima of the Netherlands and King Willem-Alexander met with Norway royals in Oslo on Tuesday, November 9 — and it looked like they had a great time together.
The couple met with King Harald V, Queen Sonja, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Princess Martha Louise of Norway.
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The gang is back together! The royals all posed for a photo while meeting at the palace.
"The Royal Couple visit the Storting, the parliament of Norway. During the visit they speak with the chairman of the Storting.🇳🇴," a caption read via Instagram. "Would you like to know more about the state visit to Norway? See the #linkinbio or koninklijkhuis.nl."
The gentlemen looked dapper in their suits. the King and Queen were also spotted dining with the royals.
So many laughs!
"The ice mass in the Arctic is melting due to climate change. For the Netherlands, a melting polar cap means a rising sea level, for Norway it affects the quality of life and economic development in the Arctic region," a caption read. "King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, together with the Royal Couple of Norway, speak with Norwegian and Dutch young people who live in the Arctic or are conducting research about the impact of this climate change on life in this area."
The note continued, "The conversation takes place on the bow of the Fram, a Norwegian ship that was used in the past for expeditions in the Arctic and now houses the Fram Museum in Oslo. The museum is dedicated to polar expeditions."
That same day, the royals all attended a Welcome Ceremony for their guests.
The Crown Princess donned a beige coat while outside.
The blonde beauty, who previously wore a green dress, looked stunning in the shiny frock, which she paired with nude heels.
"The state visit to the Kingdom of Norway has begun. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima are received by King Harald V and Queen Sonja with a welcoming ceremony at the Royal Palace in Oslo. The state visit will take place from 9 to 11 November," a caption read.
"The state visit to Norway is a confirmation of the good relations between the two countries, who share the same standards and values and work together to find solutions to major international challenges. During the visit, bilateral and international cooperation, climate change, energy transition and sustainability are central," the message concluded.