The Queen of the Netherlands donned a very stylish suit as she stepped out for the last day of her visit to Morocco this morning.
The Dutch royal, 51, travelled to North Africa earlier this week as Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Financial Inclusion and Development.
Today she will visit the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Secretary General of the Government and Bank Al-Maghrib in Rabat.
For the occasion, she opted for a colour block look with an all-purple power suit.
The mother-of-three, who is flying back home tonight, looked elegant and ready for business.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 51, stepped out in a stylish purple suit this morning on the last day of her UN visit to Morocco
Maxima stepped out for the busy day in the neatly-tailored wide-legged suit, which she wore with a matching shirt and stiletto heels of the same colour.
The Dutch Queen also carried all her essentials in a leather clutch bag in the same hue of purple.
Her blonde tresses were pinned in an elegant bun pinned to the back of her head.
While the look was simple and business friendly, Maxima added a touch of bling with eye-catching jewellery.
She accessorised with a pair of diamond stud-earrings, which matched a diamond brooch pinned to the right lapel of her blazer and her diamond necklace.
She also wore a gold ring with a ruby, which coordinated well with the colour of her outfit.
The royal wore a glamourous day makeup, with some bronzer highlighting her healthy glow, and a dash of eyeliner and mascara to create a stylish smokey eye.
She brought the look together with a lipstick in a dark shade of pink.
The Dutch royal sat down with the Secretary General of the Government today, before visiting the Bank Al-Maghrib in Rabat
Maxima looked ready for business ahead of a series of visits and meetings taking place today.
Arriving at the Ministry of Economy and Finance in Rabat, she was seen juggling a weighty folder with her bag, as well as her glasses and a black notebook.
It’s been a bust week for the Dutch royal, who has been multiplying meetings around Morocco.
Yesterday, she met with representatives from Axa, an insurance company that also provides investment management and other financial services.
And on Monday, she visited the Bank of Africa welcomed by CEO Othman Benjelloun, and also met with Fintech partners at the Hyatt Hotel.
She again wore a colourful outfit – a striking paisley two-piece with brown wedges.
In-keeping with colourful look, the Queen touched down in Casablanca sporting an indigo and ochre dip dye denim midi dress as she arrived at the airport.
Queen Maxima has served as the UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA) since 2009.
The mother-of-three looked stylish in the purple suit, which she wore with a matching shirt and diamond jewellery
She was appointed by former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and in this role is a leading global voice on advancing universal access to and responsible usage of affordable, effective and safe financial services.
During her visit, Maxima had meetings and discussions which focused on key investments to kick start Morocco’s digital payments market, especially for undeserved groups such as women and small merchants.
There will also be talks about how Morocco’s fintech sector can further progress, including support for technology that can help address risks, costs, and geographic barriers to financial services in the country.
Maxima was seen juggling a folder and a notebook with her glasses and a purple leather clutch bag
Queen Maxima will also highlight inclusive green finance, particularly the role of financial services to build resilience and support adaptation from climate risks.
As an active leader, it was only last week that the Dutch Queen was visiting various social institutions as part of the Oranje Fonds Entrepreneurship Programme against Loneliness in Vlaardingen, the Netherlands.
The Dutch royal was visiting various social institutions as part of the Oranje Fonds Entrepreneurship Programme against Loneliness in Vlaardingen, the Netherlands.
She was seen greeting people outside with a beaming smile on her face.
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