Queen Máxima Stands Out In Orange Dress During Meeting With Minister Naledi Pandor — See Photos
One thing is for sure — Queen Máxima of the Netherlands loves to stand out! During a meeting with Minister Naledi Pandor, the blonde beauty sported an orange dress.
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"Queen Máxima speaks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of South Africa about financial digital inclusion," a message read via Instagram "Queen Máxima speaks as the United Nations Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA) and Honorary President of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI)."
The Queen even sported orange earrings during the sit-down chat.
"The conversation with Minister Pandor at Huis ten Bosch Palace focused in particular on the role that South Africa can play in giving more women on the African continent access to digital financial services. Public goods such as digital identity cards, good telecom connections, cybersecurity and physical infrastructure are important to be able to offer financial services safely and affordably," the note read.
The note concluded, "The conversation with Minister Pandor follows a digital consultation between Queen Máxima as UNSGSA with President Ramaphosa of South Africa in March this year. Queen Máxima and Minister Pandor also had a short meeting on Saturday 30 October at the G20 summit in Rome (second photo). Minister Pandor will also speak with Minister Knapen of Foreign Affairs today."
Meanwhile, her husband, King Willem-Alexander, was in Rotterdam for some meetings.
"Last weekend, disturbances broke out in a number of municipalities during and after corona demonstrations. In Rotterdam, on 19 November, police officers were attacked and vandalized shops and catering establishments on and around the Coolsingel. King Willem-Alexander will visit the city hall of Rotterdam this afternoon to inform himself about the situation that has arisen. Representatives of the police, emergency services and city management tell the King about their experiences with the disturbances and about their approach and the mutual cooperation that took place. Representatives of entrepreneurs will also speak about the impact of the riots and the damage caused to retailers and catering," a message read.