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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks glamorous in green during state visit to Norway

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands regarded glamorous in green as she and King Willem-Alexander arrived for a three-day state visit to Norway right now. 

The mother-of-three, 50, and her husband, 54, have been noticed stepping off the aircraft at Oslo Gardermoen airport as they ready to undertake a whirlwind state visit to the nation at the invitation of King Harald of Norway.

Proving her vogue prowess, Maxima placed on a classy show in a surprising emerald green silk robe and accomplished her outfit with dangling earrings, beige pointed stiletto heels and a pair of stylish gloves.

The Dutch royals might be seen posing alongside Norway’s King Harald and Queen Sonja for an official {photograph} during a welcoming ceremony at Slottsplassen, in Oslo. 

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 50, regarded glamorous in green as she and husband King Willem-Alexander arrived for a three-day state visit to Norway right now. Pictured, posing for {a photograph} alongside Norway’s King Harald and Queen Sonja at the starting of the state visit of the Dutch royal couple, in Oslo, Norway

Norway's King Harald V, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit receive King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family during an official welcoming ceremony at Slottsplassen, in Oslo, Norway

Norway’s King Harald V, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit obtain King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal household during an official welcoming ceremony at Slottsplassen, in Oslo, Norway

Queen Maxima’s locks have been styled in a sublime up-do tucked beneath a dainty beige hat, which completely coordinated together with her equipment.

The pure magnificence, who stored her make-up refined, opted for a light-weight dusting of blusher and a layering of mascara for the event, and was seen sheltering from the rain beneath an umbrella. 

Meanwhile, King Willem-Alexander regarded dapper in a sensible black go well with, crisp white shirt and yellow tie. 

The Dutch royals, who have been obtained by Norway’s Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, will visit Oslo and Trondheim during their whistle-stop high, which can happen from 11th of September November.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands look in high spirits despite having to shelter from the rain underneath an umbrella (pictured)

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands look in excessive spirits regardless of having to shelter from the rain beneath an umbrella (pictured)

The mother-of-three completed her outfit with dangling earrings, beige pointed stiletto heels and a pair of chic gloves. Pictured, arriving at Oslo Gardermoen Airport, to start the three-day state visit to Norway

The mother-of-three accomplished her outfit with dangling earrings, beige pointed stiletto heels and a pair of stylish gloves. Pictured, arriving at Oslo Gardermoen Airport, to begin the three-day state visit to Norway

Norway's King Harald V and Norway's Queen Sonja receive King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal family during an official welcoming ceremony at Slottsplassen, in Oslo

Norway’s King Harald V and Norway’s Queen Sonja obtain King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Dutch royal household during an official welcoming ceremony at Slottsplassen, in Oslo

Queen Maxima's locks were styled in an elegant up-do tucked underneath a dainty beige hat, which perfectly coordinated with her accessories (pictured)

Queen Maxima’s locks have been styled in a sublime up-do tucked beneath a dainty beige hat, which completely coordinated together with her equipment (pictured)

Well-wishers lined the streets and waved patriotic flags as they awaited for the arrival of the Dutch royals

 Well-wishers lined the streets and waved patriotic flags as they awaited for the arrival of the Dutch royals

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands are welcomed at the Royal Palace by King Harald of Norway, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit with an official welcome ceremony in Oslo

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands are welcomed at the Royal Palace by King Harald of Norway, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit with an official welcome ceremony in Oslo

According to the Dutch Royal House, the state visit will affirm ‘the excellent relations between Norway and the Netherlands. The major themes of the visit will likely be bilateral and worldwide cooperation, local weather change, the power transition and sustainability.’ 

It will mark the second outgoing state visit by King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima in 2021 after they visited Germany in July for a three-day journey that was delayed from final year due to Covid-19.  

The royal couple final visited Indonesia from 10-12 March 2020, shortly earlier than the world pandemic closed borders and compelled lockdowns. 

It’s been a busy few weeks for the Dutch royals, who returned from their journey to the Middle East final week to visit the Expo 2020 Dubai. 

It is the first state visit to Norway since the pandemic started, although Crown Prince Haakon did undertake a digital visit to California in April to focus on methods of collaborating on green initiatives and sustainability. 

The Dutch royal's dress was cinched in at the side of the waist with a delicate butterfly brooch. Pictured, with King Willem-Alexander

The Dutch royal’s dress was cinched in at the facet of the waist with a fragile butterfly brooch. Pictured, with King Willem-Alexander

King Willem-Alexander looked dapper in a smart black suit, crisp white shirt and yellow tie. Pictured, with Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and King Harald, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway

King Willem-Alexander regarded dapper in a sensible black go well with, crisp white shirt and yellow tie. Pictured, with Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and King Harald, Queen Sonja and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima at a signing of the guest book in the Eidsvoll Gallery at Stortinget

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima at a signing of the visitor e-book in the Eidsvoll Gallery at Stortinget

Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Princess Maertha Louise, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Queen Sonja of Norway, King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and King Harald of Norway prepare to pose for photographs at the beginning of a state

Norway’s Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Princess Maertha Louise, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Queen Sonja of Norway, King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and King Harald of Norway put together to pose for images at the starting of a state

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