Queen Máxima Wears Boho Chic Outfit At The Opening Of The National Supercomputer In Amsterdam — Pics
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands was all smiles when she was photographed at the opening of the national supercomputer in Amsterdam on Thursday, September 16.
The royal looked gorgeous in a pink sheer top and matching pants and heels as she stopped to chat and mingle with others.
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The blonde beauty stood out in her outfit as she walked alongside others outside.
So happy to be here! The royal was excited to be in on the action.
"Queen Máxima opens the national supercomputer Snellius. Scientists need more and more computing power and data storage and processing capabilities for their research," a caption on Instagram read. "This new supercomputer offers 10 times as much computing power as its predecessor."
"The supercomputer is suitable for all fields of science and uses water cooling technology. This requires less air cooling with fans, which reduces energy consumption and at the same time increases performance. Snellius, like the current supercomputer Cartesius, will be in the Amsterdam Data Tower at the Amsterdam Science Park," the note continued about the device. "During the opening, the general guidelines for the control of the coronavirus will be observed."
It's been a busy week for the Queen! The day before, she made an appearance at the opening of the House and Culture and Management in central Groningen, Netherlands.
"Queen Máxima opens in Hoogezand the House of Culture and Management of the municipality of Central Groningen. It houses the library, the music school, the Kielzog theater and the town hall. Together with three primary school pupils from Central Groningen, Queen Máxima opens the new building," a caption on Instagram read.
The day before, the Queen and her husband, King Willem-Alexander, paid a visit to Salland in the Netherlands.
"The #regional visit to the southern part of Salland in Overijssel starts in the former Hanzestad Deventer. The city saw the port fall into disrepair due to the return of water transport. Individuals and small businesses are involved in urban development and are given the opportunity to build for their own use. Industrial heritage, creative entrepreneurs, arts and culture, hospitality and housing are combined in this way," a caption on Instagram read.