Queen Maxima continued her royal tour fashion parade today, as she sported two stylish outfits on the last day of her state visit to Indonesia with King Willem-Alexander.
The couple had a picturesque start to the day on a visit to Toba Lake in North Sumatra, where the Queen, 48, sported a pink floral dress.
Later, she changed into beige culottes with a matching top for to meet locals in the eco-town of Simila Lombu,
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 48, and her husband King Willem-Alexander, 52, had a picturesque start to the day on a visit to Toba Lake in Northern Sumatra, on the final day of their Indonesia tour
The couple also visit the eco village of Silima Lombu. Maxima performed an outfit change for a linen ensemble in beige with orange floral details
The couple started the day at Toba Lake, the biggest volcanic crater lake in Indonesia and South East Asia.
Maxima looked particularly stylish in a coral dress embroidered with floral detail and a matching hat as she and her husband posed for pictures on the north coast of Sumatra.
The dress was fitted at the waist with a fabric belt, adorned with buttons at the bust, which matched beads on her cream clutch bag.
Her blonde locks were tucked under the small hat in a stylish bun.
Willem-Alexander and Maxima were wrapped in the same shall as they received gifts from locals in the the Silima Lombu eco village in Tobalake
Locals seemed delighted to welcome the Dutch Royals by the Lake Toba in Northern Sumatra (pictured) as they arrived by boat
Playful locals wrapped the Dutch royal in the shawl as Maxima, wearing a stylish pair of rose tinted glasses, smiled widely
Her makeup enhanced her natural glow with a dash of blush and eye-shadow.
Willem-Alenxader looked smart in a beige suit, which he paired with a crisp white shirt and matching tie.
The couple looked relaxed as they posed together for a portrait by the shore, with the beautiful sea and mountains in the background.
Willem-Alexander waved to wellwishers during his visit to North Sumatra with Queen Maxima
Maxima donned a beautiful coral dress with floral detail and a hat over a neat bun for pictures next to Lake Toba
After taking a few pictures by themselves, Maxima and Willem-Alexander posed with several ministers and delegates as they visited Lake Toba to sign Indonesia-Netherland’s Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation on agriculture, health, coastal and maritime protection technologies, and circular economics and air technology
They then posed for a group pictures with several ministers and delegates to sign Indonesia-Netherland’s Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation on agriculture, health, coastal and maritime protection technologies, and circular economics and air technology.
Later on, the couple travelled to the eco-town of Silima Lombu.
For the occasion, Maxima switched to a more practical outfit, sporting a linen ensemble of beige culottes and a matching top embellished with orange and white flowers.
The picturesque view showed the beautiful Lake Toba and its surrounding mountains under the Indonesian sun
The Dutch royal observed locals women working on fabrics during their visit to the eco-town of Silima Lombu (pictured)
Her orange ballet shoes complemented the outfit perfectly.
For this visit, she let her hair down but kept it in place with a large headband made of linen, and wore a pair of large round sunglasses with tinted pink lenses.
Encouraged by villagers, Willem-Alexander and Maxima drapped themselves under the same shawl and were gifted a musical instrument resembling a small zither.
During their visit, the couple did not shake hands with their hosts with the exception of receptions hosted in their honour. Only 34 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Indonesia as of today, but the Netherlands counts 503, making it the fifth most affect country in Europe.