Queen Máxima Of The Netherlands Sports Unique White Top While Visiting The Transport And Logistics Sector In The Netherlands — Pics
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands is always ready for a photoshoot! The royal looked gorgeous as she visited the Transport and Logistics sector at E&R training in Nieuwegein in the Netherlands.
The blonde beauty sported a unique white top and jeans for the occasion.
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"Queen Máxima pays a working visit to the Transport and Logistics sector in Nieuwegein. The theme of the visit is 'more women in the sector.' During the visit, we will discuss, among other things, why women choose this profession and how they experience working in the sector. The shortage of drivers within the sector is also discussed, for which more women within the sector is one of the solutions," her Instagram page captioned some shots.
"Queen Máxima speaks with young women who are still training to become drivers and who will make the step to the sector immediately after their training. She also speaks with women who have started working in the sector as lateral entrants and she speaks with experienced female truck drivers. Finally, Queen Máxima herself took place behind the wheel of a truck under supervision," the message continued.
Of course, people loved seeing the Queen step into action. One person wrote, "We have a tough queen," while another added, "Well done. 👍👏❤️."
A third user added, "What a nice, spontaneous queen we have 😍💪."
Meanwhile, the Queen's husband, King Willem-Alexander, was busy with his own event.
"The Royal Prize for Free Painting is 150 years old this year. In 1871 the prize was established by King Willem III as a Royal Subsidy for Free Painting," a message read. "This makes it one of the oldest art prizes in the Netherlands. Today King Willem-Alexander presents the Royal Prize for Free Painting 2021 in the Royal Palace Amsterdam Rinella Alfonso, Philipp Gufler and Hend Samir. The three young artists are distinguished and will each receive an amount of 9,000 euros. After the award ceremony, the King will open the exhibition where the works of the winners and the other nominees can be seen. This year there were 566 entries."
"The exhibition Royal Prize for Free Painting 2021 can be seen from 15 July to 3 October in the gallery of the Royal Palace Amsterdam. In the same period, the anniversary exhibition 'Border Explorers, Royal Prize for Free Painting 150 years' can also be visited. This will be opened by Princess Beatrix," the message added.
Clearly, the royals are always on the move!