Queen Máxima of the Netherlands is ready for the holidays! On Thursday, December 9, the royal donned a sparkly beige dress when she attended the Christmas Music Gala.
The blonde beauty wore a beige coat, which paired perfectly with her outfit.
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Rolling out the red carpet! The Queen also wore beige heels to the event.
The Queen took a second to pose with others outside the venue.
"During the Christmas Music Gala, children from all over the country perform (Christmas) hits. The Biggest Schoolband in the Netherlands will also perform, consisting of different primary school classes. Together with performances by Jeangu Macrooy, Jamai, Wouter Hamel and Trijntje Oosterhuis, among others, they will show how much fun making music is during the gala," a caption read.
"Queen Máxima is present during the recording of the gala. The Christmas Music Gala 2021 can be seen on Wednesday 15 December at 8.35 pm at AVROTROS on NPO 1," the message read of how to tune in to the show.
"More Music in the Classroom is committed to structural and good music education at all primary schools in the Netherlands and the Caribbean part of the Kingdom. Queen Máxima is honorary chairperson of the More Music in the Classroom foundation," the note said.
So many laughs! It sure seems like the Queen is in a great mood before this jolly time of year.
The day before, the Queen and her husband, King Willem-Alexander, joined their daughter Princess Amalia as she sat in on The Council of State.
"The Princess of Orange is introduced into the Council of State by the King, President of the Council of State. The extraordinary meeting will take place in the Ballroom of Kneuterdijk Palace in The Hague. The Princess of Orange, the chairperson and the vice-president will give a short speech during the extraordinary meeting," another message read. "As the intended heir to the throne, the Princess of Orange will have a 'by right' seat on the Council of State and in the Advisory Division from her eighteenth birthday. This is regulated in the Constitution. In this way she can prepare for her future task as Queen by, among other things, acquiring the necessary knowledge of legislation and constitutional law."