How cool! Queen Máxima of the Netherlands was glowing — literally — when she attended the opening of a 3D-printed bridge in Amsterdam on Thursday, July 15.
The royal paired her bright orange dress with a hat and orange earrings.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the Queen's outing!
Clearly, the blonde beauty was impressed that a robot was cutting the ribbon at the event!
"Queen Máxima opens a 3D-printed bridge in Amsterdam. The innovative steel pedestrian bridge has smart sensors and can measure traffic flows, crowds, air quality and temperature, among other things. The bridge has a futuristic design, with shiny steel waves measuring 12.2 meters long, 6.3 meters wide and weighing 6,000 kilos," the Queen's official Instagram account captioned a slew of photos. "The bridge has been placed on the Oudezijds Achterburgwal, to replace an old pedestrian bridge that is being restored."
The message added, "After the opening with the help of a robot, Queen Máxima will speak with the designers, builders, municipality and local residents."
While on stage, all eyes were on the Queen — but she looked comfortable and happy to be there!
Of course, people commented on the 50-year-old's stunning look.
One person wrote, "Very beautiful 😍👏👏🌁," while another added, "Gorgeous! 🇦🇷🧡🇳🇱."
A third user added, "Incredibly cool dress."
As usual, the mom-of-three has been keeping busy these days. The day before, she visited the Transport and Logistics sector at E&R training in Nieuwegein in the Netherlands.
"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.