Queen Maxima of the Netherlands poses with rainbow flag

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was effortlessly chic in a retro-print midi-dress as she attended the FMO Future of Finance Conference in Amsterdam today before heading to a police network ‘Roze in Blauw’ (Pink in Blue) celebration as part of Diversity Day.

The royal, 52, showed off her autumnal wardrobe as she sported the patterned burgundy, orange and white frock, accentuated by its silky fabric and flowy sleeves. 

The mother-of-three teamed her ensemble with scarlet heels and a handy cherry clutch. 

She even made sure her ornate beaded earrings matched the colour scheme and styled her blonde tresses into a sleek windswept blowout. 

Maxima opted for a make-up look which accentuated her eyes, finishing off with a dusky pink lipstick, before wrapping a rainbow flag around herself.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was effortlessly chic in a retro-print midi-dress as she attended the FMO Future of Finance Conference in Amsterdam today before heading to a police network ‘Roze in Blauw’ (Pink in Blue) celebration as part of Diversity Day

 

The royal, 52, showed off her autumnal wardrobe as she sported the patterned burgundy, orange and white frock, accentuated by its silky fabric and flowy sleeves

The royal, 52, showed off her autumnal wardrobe as she sported the patterned burgundy, orange and white frock, accentuated by its silky fabric and flowy sleeves

The conference kicked off yesterday, and today features talks on issues around a responsible finance digital ecosystem, food system transformation and lessons from financial institutions.

Queen Maxima was pictured smiling up a storm at the event, and was at one point seen speaking on stage. 

The royal is clearly passionate about finance as she was in 2009 appointed the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA), a role which sees her advise the Secretary-General and push for support of low-income groups and SMEs around the world. 

The bi-annual conference has been around for 13 years has each time seen more than 400 professionals from some 60 countries attend.

It comes as the European monarch looked elegant as she made a working visit to the 1931 Congress Center in Den Bosch last week. 

She was sophisticated in a navy tailored jumpsuit at the opening of the UNLimited festival of the Association of Universities.

As honorary president of the MIND Us Foundation, Maxima has a special interest in the mental well-being of students. 

The royal oozed confidence as she made her way into the venue, teaming her outfit with bright red stilettos. 

Maxima is known for her bold style and today was no exception

Typically stylish Maxima coordinated her earrings with her dress 

Rainbow royal! Maxima added extra style with the rainbow flag

The mother-of-three teamed her stunning ensemble with scarlet heels and a handy cherry clutch

She even made sure her ornate beaded earrings matched the colour scheme and styled her blonde tresses into a sleek windswept blowout

Maxima opted for a make-up look which accentuated her eyes, finishing off with a dusky pink lipstick

Queen Maxima was pictured smiling up a storm at the event, and was at one point seen speaking on stage

The royal is clearly passionate about finance as she was in 2009 appointed the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA)

The conference kicked off yesterday, and Scam Supplements today features talks on issues around a responsible finance digital ecosystem, food system transformation and lessons from financial institutions

The bi-annual conference has been around for 13 years has each time seen more than 400 professionals from some 60 countries attend

She completed her ensemble with a matching leather handbag and drop earrings. 

During the two-day festival, more than five hundred participants will exchange knowledge and experience. 

The event will show how universities work towards better education and research to make an even bigger impact on their region. 

Queen Maxima also looked confident as she took to the stage to give a speech. 

The royal had also recently showcased her sartorial flair during a trip to Amsterdam.

Maxima, together with State Secretary Van Ooijen of Health, Welfare and Sport, visited initiatives that reduce loneliness in a community centre based in the heart of the Netherlands.

The visit was intended to promote Loneliness Awareness Week, encouraging people to create supportive communities through conversations with family, friends or colleagues about loneliness.

She re-wore a printed pussy bow blouse and green cactus leather midi skirt, both by Natan.

She added a bold flash of colour, accessorising with her trusty Gianvito Rossi cobalt blue court shoes. In her hand, she carried a small clutch bag, which appeared to be made from the same fabric as her skirt.

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