White and Beige Wednesday for Máxima and Mary
It was a white and beige Wednesday in the Netherlands and Denmark today, with both Princess Máxima and Crown Princess Mary opting for neutral tones for their respective engagements.
In Elburg, Princess Máxima opened the new portion of the Sjoel Elburg Jewish museum. The museum is housed in a historic synagogue, but required an extension to keep up with the growing community. The new building, which is located adjacent to the museum, has space for temporary exhibitions and also features an education space.
The Princess began her Elburg visit with a ceremony at the St Nicholas Church where poems were read, before she headed to the museum where she was given an explanation and tour of the new building.
For the event, Princess Máxima wore an all-white outfit, consisting of a white long-sleeved blouse with bow-detailing on the front hem, and a shimmering white pleated skirt. Both items have been wore previously, and were paired with beige and black accessories.
Meanwhile, over in Denmark, Crown Princess Mary paid a visit to the Glostrup Hospital. The Princess toured the neurological department of the hospital, the visit was in conjunction with her patronage of the Danish Brain Injury Association.
Glostrup Hospital specialises in diseases of the brain and nervous system.
Princess Mary also went for recycled pieces, wearing a white blouse with a layered front and a beige tweed-style skirt.Filed under Danish Royals, Dutch Royals
Tagged Crown Princess Mary, Fashion, Health, Hospital, Patronage, Queen Máxima.
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