Queen Máxima of the Netherlands looked radiant in a bright yellow gown as she celebrated her 21st wedding anniversary with her husband, King Willem-Alexander.
Joined by their daughter Princess Catharina-Amalia, 19, the couple have been embarking on a tour of the Dutch Caribbean islands over the past week.
After visiting Bonaire and Aruba, the Dutch royals are now in Curaçao until Monday, before heading to St Maarten, St Eustatius and Saba next week.
Máxima, 51, has become known for her vibrant looks – and did not disappoint today as the beaming Queen mirrored the sunny Caribbean weather with her smock dress.
Happy anniversary: Queen Máxima of the Netherlands looked radiant in a bright yellow gown as she celebrated her 21st wedding anniversary with her husband, King Willem-Alexander
Love was in the air as the royal couple embraced while posing for photos with a large art installation in Curaçao’s capital, Willemstad,
The sculpture featured large hearts made out of padlocks, perfectly apt for the couple’s special day.
A tender moment was also shared by mother and daughter too as Queen Máxima squeezed Princess Amalia’s hand as the family stood by the sculpture.
The family complemented each other beautifully as they opted for eye-catching primary colours in their looks.
Queen Máxima paired her chartreuse dress with a set of pearl jewellery, including drop earrings, a necklace and statement ring.
She also wore the iconic style of hat that she has become known for, which perfectly swept her blonde locks back on the hot day.
Her look was accessorised with a snakeskin clutch and matching stiletto heels.
During the trip, the Queen has worn an array of brightly-coloured ensembles, including a bright red suit which matched with her daughter’s shirt of the same hue as they arrived in Curaçao yesterday.
Princess Amalia wore smart red suit trousers which she paired with a shirt which featured billowing sleeves and an orange and blue floral print
A tender moment was shared by mother and daughter as Queen Máxima squeezed Princess Amalia’s hand as the family stood by a sculpture
Princess Amalia continued the red theme today with smart suit trousers. She paired them with a shirt with billowing sleeves which featured orange and blue flowers.
She accessorised the look with an electric blue clutch bag which perfectly matched the print of her shirt.
She also wore pale pink stiletto pumps, a simple necklace and sunglasses in the blazing heat.
King Willem, 55, is also partial to the odd pop of colour – as his electric blue trousers during today’s visit suggest.
The King kept it a bit more casual than usual during a walking tour around the island, opting for a white shirt on top with the top button undone and no tie.
The red carpet was rolled out for the Dutch royal family as they visited Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao
On their first full day in Curaçao, the royal family toured Willemstad, where they visited Brion Square.
There, the King gave the starting signal for registration for the King’s Games and the family watched as primary school children took part in sports contests on the square.
It was the sixth day of the family’s tour of the Dutch Caribbean, which has been organised to introduce the young Princess of Orange to the islands.
The royal party went on to tour the Otrobanda district, talking to residents and artists and watching musical performances.
Today was the sixth day of the family’s tour of the Dutch Caribbean, which has been organised to introduce the young Princess of Orange to the islands
In the afternoon the royal party were also set to visit the Punda and Scharloo districts, for the King to strike a coin marking the 25th anniversary of Willemstad becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site.
They were then scheduled to undertake a walking tour, culminating at the Princess Amalia Bridge, where the party will listen to Amalia Waltz, a piece composed for the Princess.
They enjoyed a lunch with representatives of the Curaçaoan authorities in the Governor’s Palace, before a dinner in the evening at Van Doornen Cathedral.
Queen Máxima paired her chartreuse dress with a set of pearl jewellery, including drop earrings, a necklace and statement ring
Princess Amalia accessorised her look with an electric blue clutch bag which perfectly matched the print of her shirt. She also wore pale pink stiletto pumps, a simple necklace and sunglasses
The dinner was organised with 21 residents who make a valuable contribution to their community attending.
The number of guests was chosen to reflect the royal couple’s 21st wedding anniversary on that day.
Máxima, Willem-Alexander and Catharina-Amalia have a busy schedule ahead of them until this weekend.
Their tour of Curaçao will resume on Friday, before the family enjoy some down-time at the weekend, before they head to Saint Marteen.
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