Queen Máxima wears flamenco look during first working visit

The holiday is over for Queen Máxima and the rest of the royal family. Last Wednesday, Máxima had her first working visit: she exchanged Greece for Delft, and spoke here about mental health with students. While she paraded in a tropical dress at the Dutch National Ballet just before their trip, yesterday she extended the holiday feeling with a floral top in flamenco style with denim trousers.

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Queen Máxima extends holiday feeling with flamenco style top

Also this year, the Dutch royals stayed in their holiday villa on the Greek island of Peleponesos. After a few weeks of tanning by the pool and sailing in their speedboat, it is now time for working visits and cutting ribbons. Máxima kicked off the working season on Wednesday with a visit to brand new students during their introduction week in Delft. She talked to them about performance pressure, stress and loneliness, but also about the importance of associations for mental well-being. A very important theme for our queen, who lost her sister Inés to suicide.

Flamenco style look

We already knew that Máxima likes to wear trousers every now and then. On Wednesday, the queen appeared in denim trousers topped by a red-orange flamenco-style top with ruffles on one shoulder. To extend that holiday feeling even longer, it seems. She has worn both items, by designer Natan, before. This time, Máxima wore high, open-toed platform heels, and red-orange earrings in the shape of Miccy’s tassels hung in her ears.