Barely arrived in the Caribbean, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (51) and daughter Crown Princess Amalia (19) are already enchanting with their stylish outfits. At the weekend, the two landed in Bonaire together with King Willem-Alexander (55). The looks of the mother-daughter duo caused a stir at the airport.
Máxima showed up in a classy ensemble of white suit trousers, a white top and a blue blazer. Amalia arrived in a calf-length, romantic tonal-blue and green floral dress, over which she wore a white blazer. Both also wore sunglasses.
The first appointment was only a little later: Máxima and Willem-Alexander presented the crown princess on Saturday on the island of Bonaire, which is a "special community in the Netherlands" and where "more than 20,000 people" live, as it is on Instagram is called. There, the two women exuded a desire for summer and the beach with their dresses: Amalia chose a long, light chiffon dress with a floral print for the occasion. Máxima donned an orange midi dress with a chic button placket and yellow flowers. Both also wore high pumps in muted colors.
For Amalia it is the first official state trip. Together with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, she will visit various stations in the Caribbean for two weeks, starting in Bonaire, Aruba and Curaçao via Sint Maarten and Sint Eustasius and Saba. During the trip, the Crown Princess will be introduced to the Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom.