Queen Maxima looked as glamorous as ever as she and her husband King Willem of Netherlands began the final day of their visit to Ireland, despite the rainy weather.
The Dutch royals arrived on Tuesday and have had a jam-packed schedule in Dublin during the first two days of their trip.
Despite the grey weather, Maxima, 48, and King Willem Alexander, 53, the stylish queen brought a touch of sunshine to the day in a bright yellow and camel two- piece as she visited Cobh, Country Cork.
The royal couple were in the south of Ireland to celebrate Cork harbour’s historic ties with The Netherlands.
It was previously a safe harbour for the Dutch West India Company ships, which stopped off to shelter and re-stock their fleets for voyages between Europe, North America and the West Indies.
Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander climbed aboard a boat to sail from Cork to Cobh on the final day of their visit to Ireland
The Dutch royals wrapped up against the cool and cloudy day as they set sail to the martime town
The royals were snapped speaking to local people on board the boat as they relaxed on the 90-minute journey
The royal wowed in a bright yellow satin skirt, with a matching jacket with complimentary bright detailing.
She paired the outfit with a elegant pink fascinator, nude heels and, in an effort to stay warm despite the weather, a cosy scarf.
They visited Cork this morning, and were snapped sailing on the hour-and-a-half journey from the city to the maritime town.
As she and her husband set sail to Cobh, Maxima wrapped up in a trendy camel trench coat and donned a pair of huge sunglasses.
Earlier today, the couple visited Cork during their final day of the three day state visit to Ireland. The couple were welcomed by Councillor John Sheehan, the Lord Mayor of Cork, the Lady Mayoress Aedamar and Chief Executive of Cork City Council Ann Doherty
Queen Maxima looked glamorous for the visit, donning a bright summery skirt and coordinated camel coloured jacket
The Dutch royals appear to have enjoyed their first state visit to the country, and were seen beaming on today’s engagements
There, they joined a meeting about maritime infrastructure and port development at the Sirius Arts Centre in the area.
It is the Dutch royal couple’s first time in Ireland during their six-year reign after being invited by President Higgins in a bid to further bolster relations between the two countries.
The couple, who have been staying in Ireland for three days, divided their time between Dublin and Cork.
On their final day, they will also pay a visit to Crosshaven in west Cork.
Maxima later wrapped up on the deck of the boat in a camel coloured trench coat and a cosy scarf
The glamorous royal couldn’t help but smile as they set sail down the river to Cobh, a maritime town in Ireland, on the final day of their visit
The royals listened attentively while on the boat as they took on the hour and a half journey to Cobh
They went on to attend a meeting about maritime infrastructure and port development at the Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh,
Yesterday, they visited the Botanical Gardens in Dublin to attend a meeting about sustainability from the agriculture.
They will met members of a local Dutch community before being welcomed to Government Buildings by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Last night, for their last Dublin engagement, the couple watched a ballet performance by Dutch dance company, NDT at the Bord Gais theatre.