Queen Máxima of the Netherlands always knows how to put together an outfit, and on November 24, she made no exception!
The blonde beauty stopped by an event, where she wore a black hat, a gray turtleneck and a skirt.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more of her outing!
The Queen opted for suede gray heels while on stage.
On the way out, the Queen clutched onto the book.
"The Hague Story Foundation organizes meetings between people from The Hague who do not know each other, but who do have something in common. In a new photo book, Haags Verhaal shows 136 group photos of communities in The Hague to connect people and show a cross-section of the city," a caption read of the shindig.
Sitting and chatting! The Queen spoke with others — and it looked like they had a great time!
"Communities that, for example, play sports, pursue a hobby, work, profess their faith or have the same cultural background have been photographed by city photographer Piet Gispen for the book," the note read.
The message continued, "More than three thousand inhabitants of The Hague took part. Queen Máxima receives the first copy of the photo book. She then visits an exhibition with a selection of the photos and speaks with people portrayed in the photo book."
The Queen, who donned a gray mask, which went perfectly with her outfit, was spotted leaving the building.
Of course, people loved seeing the royal interact with others.
One person wrote, "Queen Máxima has the gift of empathizing with all people, and the ability to transmit joy, UNIQUE !! 👑💎💐," while another added, "God bless all inhabitants of the Netherlands with good health, togetherness, love and peace 🧡 🇳🇱."
Previously, the Queen was spotted at another event.
"In Lab6 in Amsterdam, Queen Máxima pays a working visit in the context of the mental health of young people. The focus is on various low-threshold initiatives for and by young people to let them talk more and to work on their mental health," the message read. "The municipalities of Amsterdam, Someren and Peel & Maas explain how they offer space to these initiatives."