Queen Máxima Rocks Leopard Print Dress Whilst On Working Visit To Argentina
Not many could successfully pull off mint-green leopard, but leave it to Queen Máxima of the Netherlands to show everyone precisely how it should be done!
The Queen donned the Givenchy design, paired with a simple pair of patent leather open-toe heels and a Chanel handbag, picking up on the black portion of the dress’s colour pallet, for the first day of her working visit to Argentina, which is being undertaken through her role as the Secretary-General of the United Nations’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development. The aim of the visit is to highlight plans in developing a national strategy to allow a larger portion of the Argentine population access to financial services.
Queen Máxima for her UN Inclusive Finance visit in Buenos Aires pic.twitter.com/GSOvv2v3rI
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She attended a roundtable discussion with various financial leaders, including the Finance Minister.
Later on in the day, Queen Máxima gave a speech to economics and political science at the Universidad Católica Argentina, discussing the necessity for all people to have “good links with formal financial infrastructure”.
Her parents, Jorge Zorreguieta and Maria del Carmen Cerruti, were present during the University visit.Filed under Dutch Royals
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