Royal blooms! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wears a flower crown as she opens a facility for chronically ill children in Amsterdam
- Queen Maxima, 50, visited the Jeroen Pit House in Amsterdam this morning
- House is new transitional care unit for chronically ill children who need 24/7 care
- Building includes a sensory room and home cinema to provide escapism for kids
Queen Maxima visited a medical facility for chronically ill children in Amsterdam this morning.
The Dutch Queen, 50, travelled to the capital to open Jeroen Pit House, which will welcomes children who need round the clock care.
The state of the art building also includes a sensory room and a home cinema to provide escapism to the patients staying there and their families.
A mother-of-three herself, Maxima chose a pretty soft pink outfit with a floral twist for the occasion.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 50, visited Jeroen Pit House, a medical facility for chronically ill children in Amsterdam this morning
For the occasion, the Dutch queen sported a fascinator with pale pink blooms with a colourblock outfit
Alongside some of the patients who will be staying at the house and their mothers, Maxima opened the building this morning
The Queen wore the colourful outfit, which included a knee-length skirt that flowed in the Amsterdam breeze.
She paired it with a crew neck ruffled top with balloon sleeves of the exact same colour for the outing.
The showstopper was a floral fascinator the Dutch Queen wore for the engagement, which included pale pink blooms made of material, standing like a flower crown on top of a cascade of blonde locks.
Maxima’s hair was styled in luscious waves bouncing on her shoulders as she walked towards the house in a pair of pink swede stiletto heels.
The mother-of-three looked stylish in the pink skirt and top set, with balloon sleeves. She paired it with light pink swede stiletto heels
Maxima was spotted carrying a pair of cream leather gloves and a matching clutch bag, also in leather
The royal, who loves an accessory, was seen holding a pair of cream leather gloves with a small leather clutch bag of the same colour.
She kept her jewellery discreet, only wearing a silver and a gold bracelet on each wrist and a pair of stud earrings with Amethyst gems.
A natural makeup with a pink lip completed the look, with the mother-of-two sporting a healthy dash of bronzer and some mascara and eyeshadow.
Jeroen Pit House in Amsterdam has been two years in the making, with some aspects of its construction delayed by the covid-19 pandemic.
The house was meant to open in February, but eventually opened its doors this week, with Maxima doing the honours.
Built around a communal kitchen and living-space the aim of the house is to make the transition from hospital to home easier for the children and their families.
On top of providing accommodation, the house’s staff will also educate parents on how to tackle life at home with chronically ill children.
As the morning breeze ruffled her flowy skirt, the mother-of-three made her way to her engagement with her usual smile
Maxima seemed delighted to be part of the event. Patients like the girl on the right of Queen Maxima will now be able to enjoy the house
Pressing her arm with her hand, the Dutch royal shared a sweet moment with one of the patients that will be staying at the house
In front of enthusiastic staff behind the House project, Maxima opened the Jeroen Pit House this morning
The Dutch Queen help the Jeroen Pit sign during today’s opening ceremony, for which she wore flowers in her hair
The Dutch Queen looked lovely in the pink ensemble and her floral fascinator this morning. She chose to pair it with a red nail polish