Roar! Queen Máxima Sports Leopard Print Outfit While Visiting The Halt Foundation — Pics
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands always makes a statement with her clothing! During a trip to the Halt Foundation on September 28, the blonde beauty donned a leopard print dress and velvet red shoes.
Scroll through the gallery below to see her look!
The Queen also spiced up her outfit with some earrings, and she even added a red lip.
"Every year, about 15,000 young people receive a Halt sentence. The Halt Foundation prevents, combats and punishes juvenile crime. The foundation believes that young people should be able to learn from their mistakes and be given the opportunity to correct those mistakes. Queen Máxima pays a working visit to @stichtinghalt because of the foundation's 40th anniversary," a caption read on Instagram.
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The message continued, "In the city hall of Rotterdam, Queen Máxima speaks with young people who have experience with a Halt sentence. In addition, she discusses the pedagogical limitations of young people with cooperation partners and employees, the possibility for young people to correct mistakes and the prevention of transgressive behavior through information in schools."
The Queen also added a red purse to her ensemble. She was photographed mingling with others during the event.
The Queen took a moment to pose with some of the teens.
Selfie time! The Queen looked surprised when someone asked her for a photo.
While the Queen was busy, her husband, King Willem-Alexander, was on his own adventure, as he took a trip to the Chancellery of the Dutch Order in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday, September 28.
"King Willem-Alexander pays a working visit to the Chancellery of the Dutch Orders in The Hague. The Chancellery of the Dutch Orders is the official organization behind the Dutch decoration system. The King is Grand Master of the Dutch Orders of Knights; the Order of Orange-Nassau, the Order of the Netherlands Lion and the Military William Order," a caption on Instagram read.