The Queen of the Netherlands received a warm welcome this morning as she visited a local school in Brasília.
Máxima, 52, is currently completing a three-day visit to Brazil as part of her role as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Financial Inclusion and Development.
On her last day, she traveled to a public school in the Brazilian capital, where the schoolchildren greeted her with lots of cheers and a special bouquet of flowers, accompanied by her own baby doll.
The Queen, who is a mother of three, seemed delighted with the enthusiasm of the young students, who gravitated towards her for a group hug.
For today’s happy occasion, the stylish Máxima opted for a plaid pleated skirt and blouse.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands received a warm welcome during her visit to a school in Brasília today
The Queen smiled as she wore the elegant ensemble on her last day in Brazil.
The midi skirt’s fabric consisted of small cream and black chevrons with a small slit for ease of movement.
The dress was fastened at the waist with a large round belt.
Her loose cream blouse was tucked into the skirt to accentuate her taut waist, and Máxima carried it with a matching leather handbag and cream loafers, which she also owns in pink for the occasion.
Her blonde locks were styled straight, one side tucked behind her ear, and the mother-of-three wore her signature glamorous daytime makeup.
For her school trip, she applied some bronzer and eyeliner with mascara and kept the makeup soft with a pink lipstick.
All the children gathered around the Queen when she arrived at her school.
Máxima didn’t mind the students’ ebullient reaction, but instead welcomed them with open arms and beamed as more and more children came to greet them.
The mother of three, who was presented with a doll and flowers upon arrival at the school, seemed delighted with the attention
During the meeting, she also shared selfies with some enthusiastic young fans before addressing both the students and the school’s staff in her speech.
Máxima’s turbulent visit to Brazil was filled with meetings and events across the country.
Yesterday she met with fintech companies at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Sao Paulo.
For the occasion, the busy mother-of-three donned a flattering pink suit.
On Monday, she started the trip with a business lunch with several bank representatives.
The elegant Queen posed with the school children and faculty members during her visit today
All the children gathered around the Dutch king, who seemed deeply touched by their warm welcome
Queen Máxima has been the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Financing for Development (UNSGSA) since 2009.
Appointed by former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, she is a leading global voice in promoting universal access to, and responsible use of, affordable, effective and secure financial services.
The Queen of the Netherlands has been accumulating airline miles in recent days and traveled to Brazil after traveling to Jordan where she attended Crown Prince Hussein’s wedding.
As always, she looked effortlessly elegant in a blue floral dress as she arrived ahead of the wedding last week.
With flowers in hand, Máxima turned to the children. Her blond locks were blow-dried impeccably
During the monarch’s visit to their school, some children waved pom-poms in the colors of the Brazilian flag
She opted for a V-neck dress with flowy sleeves for the occasion and was spotted arm in arm with her husband, King Willem-Alexander, 56, at the Zahran Palace in Amman.
As the couple entered the palace, they were greeted by Crown Prince Hussein’s proud parents, King Abdullah II, 61, and Queen Rania, 52.
Máxima’s stunning dress had puffy, sheer sleeves – ideal for today’s 31°C temperatures.
The stunning A-line chiffon dress, which cinched at the waist with a tie, featured a dainty blue floral pattern.
In addition, Máxima has color-coordinated her accessories with her pretty summer dress.
The king wore a long silver chain with an assortment of blue jewels and matching dangle earrings.