Queen Máxima of the Netherlands wowed in a red dress when she visited the opening of the Pieter Teylers Huis on Tuesday, November 30.
The blonde beauty sported a red jacket and dress for the occasion.
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Even though the weather was crummy, nothing could rain on the Queen's parade!
The royal added dark heels and a purse to her ensemble.
"Pieter Teyler van der Hulst had a broad interest in science and art. He left his assets, collections and house to a foundation whose goal was to improve the lives of everyone. This resulted, among other things, in the Teylers Museum, which opened in 1784. His house is now added," a caption read via the Queen's Instagram page.
The message continued, "Queen Máxima opens Pieter Teylers Huis, a new wing of the Teylers Museum in Haarlem. The wing is the former residence of Pieter Teyler, which has been restored to its original state. After the opening, Queen Máxima will be given a tour of the house."
"In the miniature house, an exact reconstruction of what the house looked like on Pieter Teyler's death anniversary, the story of Pieter Teyler is depicted to a group of toddlers. Queen Máxima speaks with secondary school students in the historic studio on the first floor. The tour ends with a visit to the Eikenhouten Cabinet, where Teyler's securities were stored," the message concluded.
While meeting with others, the Queen made sure to keep her mask on.
"Beautiful museum," one person wrote, while another said, "Very interesting and beautiful museum."
The Queen appeared to be taking a gander when she walked around a room with a lot of paintings.
So mesmerizing! The photos on the wall are clearly works of art.
The key to her heart! The Queen couldn't help but giggle when she held the item.
'Tis the season! An onlooker handed the Queen a lovely present.