Queen Máxima of the Netherlands was dressed from head-to-toe in pink during the royal couple's visit to the Alte Pinakothek art museum in Munich, Germany, on Wednesday. The stylish queen and her husband King Willem-Alexander are on a working holiday in Bavaria, Germany. They also visited the BMW World earlier.
Máxima, 44, looked stunning in a pink silk-chiffon dress that ended above the knee. The dress featured a boat neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and side-beaded embellishments near the waist. She teamed it up with a pair of burgundy suede pointed-toe sandals and carried a matching clutch bag.
The mom-of-three accessorized her striking outfit with a wide-brimmed off-center hat. She wore a pair of pink pom-pom earrings, a brooch, bracelets and a watch. Máxima opted for pink lipstick and some black eyeliner. Her blond locks were styled into a bun under her hat.
Meanwhile, Willem-Alexander perfectly complemented his wife in a bright blue suit and matching tie. The king of the Netherlands paired it with a crisp white shirt, matching pocket square and black lace-up shoes.
The two, who have been married for 14 years, showed off their playful sides and amazing sense of humor as they joked around in one of the world’s oldest art galleries. Máxima and Willem-Alexander officially re-opened the Dutch wing of the museum, which houses one of the most famous collections of Old Master paintings. With her arm looped through her husband’s, Máxima stepped through a frame, laughing as onlookers applauded them.
Earlier on Wednesday, the queen and her husband visited BMW World. The couple was shown a range of cars including a Mini Cooper and were also invited to step into a metallic sports car. The Dutch royals received a warm welcome from their neighboring country.
Máxima was presented with a massive gingerbread biscuit that had the king and queen’s names iced on it. On Thursday, the couple visited the Medical Valley Centre in Erlangen city. She recycled one of her favorite gray coats by Danish designer Claes Iversen.