Queen Máxima of the Netherlands looked like a million bucks in her colorful patterned coat and black leather gloves while visiting the Valentine School and Huntsman Holland BV — a coronavirus research center — in Rotterdamn, Netherlands.
During her outing, the 49-year-old was focused on learning about the introduction of self-testing and rapid testing in the education industry, so that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic can hopefully subside as time goes on.
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The blonde beauty looked ready to go in her warm coat, which she paired with dark pants and dark shoes.
On Tuesday, the Queen spoke to all kinds of experts — researchers, psychiatrists, general practitioners and the organization MIND — about how the pandemic has impacted people's mental health.
The royal and her husband, King Willem-Alexander, made it clear that the country has to stick together in order to combat the virus.
The Netherlands started giving out the vaccine in January, and at the time, the couple called it "a turning point that gives hope for a way out of this crisis."
The Queen made sure to wear a black face mask while touring around.
“Many thanks to everyone who cooperates! Now it is important to stick together,” they added at the time about the shot.
“My heart goes out to all those people whose lives have been turned upside down. People with a dream that has broken down. Entrepreneurs who see their healthy business capsize. People who feel lonely and don‘t know where to look,” Willem-Alexander said during Christmas time about how 2020 was a tough year for everyone. “Bottomless is the grief of anyone who has lost a loved one — through COVID or whatever cause - and feels that they have not been able to say goodbye properly.”