Queen Máxima of the Netherlands looked gorgeous in green when she made an appearance at the official opening of the new AFAS Software head office in Lesuden, the Netherlands, on Friday, November 5.
The blonde beauty looked like she was having the best time, as she couldn't stop smiling for the cameras.
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Sticking out! The Queen wore green shoes, which matched perfectly with her frock. She also added a green purse and hat to her ensemble.
One woman got to chat with the royal, and it looked like she was so happy to be in her presence.
"Twenty percent of the new AFAS Software head office is intended as a workplace," a caption via Instagram read. "The remaining space is aimed at receiving and inspiring guests and includes a theatre, several auditoriums and sports facilities. Due to the application of solar control glazing, a sustainable climate system and a roof with integrated solar cells, the new office is virtually energy neutral. Queen Máxima will open the office in Leusden today and will speak with various employees during a tour."
"AFAS supports large and small companies and organizations in the automation process with one standard online software application. In 2018, the company won the Koning Willem I prize in the Large Business category," the message continued.
Of course, people loved seeing the Queen out and about.
One person wrote, "Top queen in a top company💚," while another added, "Proud of you!"
Just a few days prior, the Queen visited the United Arab Emirates with her husband.
"In the middle of the desert of the United Arab Emirates, tomatoes, strawberries and lettuce are produced in a sustainable way. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima pay a working visit to the high-tech greenhouse of Pure Harvest in Abu Dhabi," a caption read of their trip. "Due to the sustainable cultivation method, Pure Harvest uses less water and pesticides. The freshly picked products are immediately cooled, which means they have a longer shelf life. The technologies used and the expertise to develop the greenhouse were supplied by various Dutch parties. The main grower of Pure Harvest is a Dutchman."