Queen Máxima Stuns In Red Dress While Visiting Home Owners Association — See Photos
Out and about! Queen Máxima looked stunning in a red dress when she stepped out on Tuesday, January 25.
The blonde beauty visited the Home Owners Association, where she listened in on some calls and met with several people.
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All bundled up! The Queen sported a white face mask, in addition to a red coat and matching dress.
"Queen Máxima speaks at the Home Owners Association with home seekers who are unable to find a (suitable) home. The shortage of homes applies to first-time buyers, movers and the elderly, as well as to tenants and buyers," a note said via Instagram.
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"Queen Máxima hears from first-time buyers about the challenges they face when looking for a first home, partly due to the increased house prices. During the conversation with transferees, the impact is on the well-being of a home seeker in a house that is too expensive, but often too small. Queen Máxima speaks with the elderly about the search for and the lack of suitable, age-resistant homes," a message read.
She's all ears! The royal looked like she was having a good time being in the workforce.
"The meeting will take place at Vereniging Eigen Huis in Amersfoort, a Dutch interest group and consumer organization for private individuals who own or want to own their own home, and for Owners' Associations (VvE). The association was founded in 1974 and has 802,000 members," the note concluded.
She also spoke with the "Minister for Poverty Participation and Pensions, Carola Schouten and the chairman and director of SchuldenlabNL about future cooperation," another message said. "During the conversation, Minister Schouten announced that Queen Máxima is now honorary chairman of SchuldenlabNL, to which Queen Máxima has been committed since its foundation. Figures from Statistics Netherlands for 2020 show that about one in five households (1.4 million) has money worries. More than 600,000 of these households have problematic debts."