One final day! Queen Máxima of the Netherlands and King Willem-Alexander had a couple more stops during their trip to Oslo, Norway.
The couple met with Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit.
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The Queen, who bundled up in a pink scarf, pink gloves and matching jacket, waved to the crowd, while her husband sported a striped suit.
Meanwhile, the blonde beauty wore a vest with a white long-sleeve shirt.
"Lunch will be provided at the Official Royal Residence in Trondheim, hosted by Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. The mayor of Trondheim gives a speech during lunch," a caption read via Instagram.
Even though the weather didn't cooperate, the foursome looked like they had a great time!
"The last day of the state visit to Norway will take place in Trondheim and will focus on sustainable ocean management and the transition to sustainable energy sources. In the harbor, the Royal Couple with the Crown Prince of Norway visit the Powerhouse Brattørkaia, an 'energy plus' building that generates more solar energy during its lifespan than the construction, operation and demolition cost combined," a caption read.
"There, various studies are discussed with the theme 'Sustainable Oceans.' Such as in the laboratory of the Norwegian Center for Plankton Technology, where plankton and seaweed are grown as food for humans and animals," the message continued.
The note continued, "Maritime Robotics makes maritime research equipment, for example for research into marine and benthic life and inspecting wind turbines at sea. Students and researchers from the local university talk about maritime developments. Holland Circular Hotspot and the Nordic Circular Hotspot, which was inspired by it, sign a cooperation agreement."
"The state visit to Norway will be concluded with a visit to the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. Built in the 11th century in memory of King Olav II, the cathedral is the place where Norwegian monarchs are blessed," another caption read.
"In the cathedral is a special altar of the Sami community. The Sami are originally nomadic people who lived in the Arctic. After a short tour of the church, the royal company listens to a performance by Sami singers," the note said.
Getting ready to say goodbye! The royals were spotted talking before they make their way back to the Netherlands.
Looks like it was a successful trip!