Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looked stunning in a recycled sheer gold minidress at the Liberation Day celebrations in Amsterdam. The 44-year-old Dutch royal dazzled in the gold embellished dress  and was accompanied by her husband King Willem-Alexander for the concert. The Argentina-born queen waved to the cheering crowds as she walked the red carpet with her husband.

Maxima pulled out all the stops for the Liberation Day celebrations. The stylish Dutch queen wowed in a nude sequined dress with golden floral detailing by Belgian fashion house Natan, which is a favorite among European royals. The knee-length dress showed off her toned pins and featured a high neck and three-fourth length sleeves.

The mother-of-three accessorized with chunky diamond bracelets, rings, and a metal watch, she also wore a pair of gold pointed toe sling back high heels by Jimmy Choo. Maxima also carried a gold box clutch bag to complete her ensemble. In spite of the chilly weather, the queen wore a minidress and carried a nude pashmina shawl in hand.



Maxima’s flawless make-up consisted of brown smoky eyes, pink lipstick, matching blush and a golden glow on her face. She wore her long honey-blonde locks in a side part, styled in curls. Willem-Alexander looked handsome in a black suit paired with a crisp white shirt and matching pocket square at the event.

The Dutch monarch completed his look with a blue and white dotted tie and black shoes. The royal couple left together on a boat down the river Amstel, after the concert as well wishers lined the banks to see them. Maxima last wore the stunning dress to the state dinner in the French capital during a two-day visit to the country in March.

The royal dazzled in the outfit as she posed for the cameras outside the Elysee Palace. She was pictured with her husband and French president Francois Hollande. Meanwhile, May 5 is celebrated as national day in Amsterdam and the Netherlands to mark the day the German army surrendered in 1945. Festivals, events and activities take place across the whole country in honor of the historic event and in Amsterdam, the celebrations conclude with one of the biggest events of the day, the Amstel Concert.