Great party at the Dutch court for King Willem Alexander’s birthday. After two years of restrictions due to the pandemic, we return to celebrate King’s Day with a series of events in Maastricht. An event experienced by the sovereign’s family in grand style judging from the glance of the group photo in which Queen Maxima’s fuchsia and Princess Alexia’s green suit stand out.
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In the shot released by the royal house, Willem-Alexander is seen in a gray suit, a step behind the colorful women of his family. The wife chose a Natan dress, the tailor he shares with Queen Mathilde of Belgium, with the color that already seems to characterize this season. To protect herself from morning stiffness, she wore one of her favorite clothes, the wool and cashmere cape that comes in three different colors opting for the beige version for a pendant with the décolleté by Gianvito Rossithe clutch and the wide-brimmed hat of the Belgian fashion house Fabienne Delvigne.
Italian brand instead for the heir to the throne, Princess Amaliawhich he sported for the occasion a white suit with beige stripes by Max Mara and a bag of Jacquemus of the same green as power suit of his sister.
Princess Alexia was in fact one of the brightest of the day with the designer jacket and trousers Tara Jarmon, the «french chic with a twist» brand for girls. The always green sleeveless shirt with a pink design seemed to underline the bond with the mother both for the color of the dress and for the handbag Nathan taken from Maxima’s wardrobe. Ariane she was very elegant in her royal blue dress Sandro Paris made informal by the mini length suitable for a fifteen year old and by the acid yellow clutch by Sophie Habsburg.
Other members of the royal house participated in the celebrations, such as the king’s brother Constantijn and his wife there Princess Laurentien together with the cousins the princes Maurits, Pieter-Christiaan, Bernhard and Floris with their respective wives Marilene, Anita, Annette and Aimée.
Elegance and colors accompanied the enthusiasm for this rediscovered ritual. A way to turn the page and return with enthusiasm to that old life – also made up of glamor – interrupted by Covid.
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Source: Vanity Fair