After landing back to the Netherlands, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands pulled out all of the stops when she was photographed at two events this past week.
On November 16, the blonde beauty was all smiles when she attended the Presentation of the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prize 2021. The next day, she visited the Amphia hospital.
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The royal donned a long, patterned dress when she spoke with patients.
"Queen Máxima pays a working visit to the Amphia hospital in Breda," a caption read. "The hospital offers specialist medical care for the West Brabant region. Queen Máxima is given a tour of the new hospital building, where various steps and departments that patients go through during their treatment are explained based on patient experiences."
"In the ambulance hall, the trauma room and in the hematology department, Queen Máxima speaks with patients, doctors and nurses from the hospital," the note read.
Wearing their masks, the Queen took a photo with the hospital staff. "Employees talk about training healthcare staff and about the 'There is only one Amphia' campaign," the message continued. "Finally, Queen Máxima will discuss the current corona situation and its influence on the Amphia hospital and its employees."
The next day, the Queen wore a maroon jacket, which she paired with a yellow dress for the next occasion.
"IVN Nature Education receives the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prize 2021 because it brings thousands of people into contact with nature every year," the note read.
The message continued, "By organizing nature activities, courses and projects, IVN lets young and old experience how fun, healthy and important nature is. In the former Radio Kootwijk broadcasting station, Queen Máxima presents the prize to IVN Nature Education. An amount of 150,000 euros is attached to the prize."
"The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds stimulates more than 3,500 projects throughout the country with financial contributions, assignments, prizes and grants," the description reads of the prize.