- Queen Maxima, 46, wore a belted camel woolen cape with matching wide-brimmed hat as she welcomed the Jordanian king and queen to the Hague
- Meanwhile, Queen Rania, 47, also wrapped up in a teal-coloured wool coat, while her husband King Abdullah braved the low temperatures in a smart suit
- King Willem-Alexander and Maxima will discuss counter-terrorism issues with the Middle Eastern royals during their short visit to the Netherlands
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looked a vision in camel today as she wore a perfectly co-ordinated ensemble to welcome Jordan’s King Abdullah and Queen Rania to The Hague today.
Pictured alongside her husband, King Willem-Alexander, Maxima wore a below-the-knee belted camel wool cape.
With temperatures still flirting with zero across much of Europe, the mother-of-three sported a pair of warm leather gloves in brown, and a wide-brimmed hat perched perfectly over her neatly swept blonde hair.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, left, are greeted by King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, during the official welcoming ceremony at Royal Palace Noordeinde in The Hague earlier today
Queen Maxima cut a stylish figure as she wore a warm belted camel cape, matched with a wide-brimmed hat and co-ordinated heels
King Abdullah II and King Willem-Alexander braved the near zero temperatures in just suits as they strolled down the red carpet
Maxima finished the look with matching camel heels and a brown leather clutch purse.
Meanwhile Queen Rania, 47, also got the memo about wrapping up warm, having left behind the balmy temperatures of Jordan to travel with her husband King Abdullah.
The glamorous middle eastern queen wore a light teal blue woolen coat with side button detail and a whisp of a chiffon scarf at the neck.
Wearing her brunette locks neatly loose, mother-of-four Rania graced the red carpet in a pair of blue heels.
The Jordanian royal visit has a serious note with the couples expected to discuss counter-terrorism and defence issues during the whirlwind visit, with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte joining the quartet later today.
Queen Rania, 47, looked a little chilly in spite of her light teal woolen coat as she stood alongside the Jordanian king