Queen Maxima of the Netherlands is known for her bold wardrobe choices.
And today was no exception as the royal, 46, visited the Dutch Ambassador’s residence in Beijing.
The Dutch queen, who is on a two-day working visit to China with husband King Willem-Alexander, stepped out in a striking brown and blue dress and matching cape for the meeting with ambassador Ed Kronenburg and his wife Liliane.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arrived at the Dutch Ambassador’s residence to attend a roundtable discussion on Thursday. She wore a striking navy and orange outfit for the event
The Dutch queen, who is on a two-day working visit to China with husband King Willem-Alexander, removed her cape once inside to take part in the discussion
The dress sleeves featured a delicate stripe pattern which she coordinated with a matching head piece and sapphire blue earrings.
Completing the ensemble, Maxima opted for a tan weave clutch and suede heels, injecting a further touch of glamour with dramatic eyeshadow.
Maxima joined Dutch Ambassador to China Ed Kronenburg and his wife Liliane at his residence for a round table discussion on green finance.
King Willem-Alexander was not at the engagement.
The Dutch Queen cut a regal appearance in a colourful cape ensemble as she made her way to the venue
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has been enjoying a two day working visit to China with husband King Willem-Alexander
Next on Maxima’s busy agenda was a visit to Bejing’s temple restaurant, where the Dutch Queen spoke with Dutch Chinese entrepreneurs before posing for a group shot outside the picturesque building.
She removed her orange and blue cape to reveal the striped frock underneath.
An international financier by training, Máxima was born in Argentina and married into the Dutch royal family in 2002, three years after meeting her husband-to-be in Seville, Spain.
She was welcomed by Dutch Ambassador to China Ed Kronenburg and his wife Liliane (left)
The King and Queen are parents to three daughters; Catharina-Amalia, 14, Alexia, 12, and Ariane, 10.
Despite reportedly having no inkling that Willem-Alexander was heir to the throne when the pair first met, she eventually became Queen consort when her husband ascended to the throne.
Willem-Alexander became king after his mother, Beatrix, abdicated in April 2013 after 33 years as reigning monarch.
Next on Maxima’s busy agenda was a visit to Bejing’s stunning Temple restaurant
The Dutch Queen, who is an international financier by training, spoke with Dutch-Chinese entrepreneurs
She posed for a group shot outside the picturesque Temple Restaurant with the entrepeneurs