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King's Day: Dutch Queen Maxima and her daughters shine in elegant clothes next to a Belgian

King’s Day: Dutch Queen Maxima and her daughters shine in elegant clothes next to a Belgian

On King’s Day, which is a public holiday in the Netherlands, our northern neighbors celebrate Prince Willem-Alexander’s birthday. Although it must be said that on that day the eyes were more often on his other half and his daughters, than on his own. Will the Queen choose Belgian fashion again this year?

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It’s now King’s ninth day for Willem-Alexander, who has held the throne since 2014 and has since been sharing his birthday party with all over the country. The Dutch are clearly going crazy today, on April 27th. Therefore, it is the first time since the Corona crisis that there are no longer any restrictions on the National Folk Festival.

The royal couple and their children visited Maastricht and, as usual, their choice of clothes was also distinguished. Or at least the women in the family. Queen Maxima wore a pink silk crepe dress, also created by her favorite Belgian fashion house, Natan.

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Today, Princess Amalia opted for a striped linen suit from Max Mara. She wears a green Jacquemus handbag. Probably? The clothes of the crown prince are still on sale: the jacket will cost you 819 euros, and the pants will cost you 439 euros.

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Her sister, Princess Alexia, chose to wear an elegant green suit. Her pink bag is owned by Natan and she borrowed it from her mother.

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Princess Ariane wears a navy blue sandro knit dress. Her dress is on sale for 265 euros. Yellow clutch by Sophie Habsburg.

King Willem-Alexander celebrates his 55th birthday today. As mentioned, he celebrates his birthday by visiting Maastricht with his family.

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