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The Watcher 10-18-2004 01:31 PM

King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and The Oranje Fonds
 
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BTW. Here some pictures of Princess Maxima today


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AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 18: Dutch Princess Maxima visits the "Continental Sport" Youth Sports Prevention Project October 18, 2004 in Amsterdam South East, The Netherlands. As patron of the Dutch Orange Fund, the princess awarded a euro 15,000 prize to Continental Sport for its initiatives in the field of social cohesion among youngsters. (Photo by Michel Porro/Getty Images)

Britters 10-18-2004 01:34 PM

She is such a beautiful womam, but her hair is becoming more and more like Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden's for me...it's driving me crazy, it never looks truly great because it always looks so over processed!

Larzen 10-18-2004 02:23 PM

I think Maximas hair is much worse than Victorias. (which is healthy only too long and too often in a ponytail)

Her outfit is young and sort of casual and that is OK for the event she was going to, BUT the hair looks worse than ever, it doesent even look like she has brushed it and dont even get me started on those dark roots.:mad:

Her smile is a 10 as always:)

Britters 10-18-2004 03:12 PM

Larzen I completely agree...my comment about Victoria's hair only meant it annoys me because it's always in a ponytail, not that it looks unhealthy!

As for Maxima's-the dark roots give her hair the over processed looks. She needs to return to her natural hair color for a bit. Give her hair sometime to relax and grow.

Hannelore 10-18-2004 03:17 PM

the hair makes her look hideous. Doesn't she care about how she looks at all???

DKgirls 10-18-2004 04:08 PM

Maxima looks really great, we love her cothes!! The hair looks nice too, except from the colour - she should colour it again or let the dark grow out :)

lucys 10-18-2004 11:35 PM

Maxima is a lovely woman with a lovely smile, but her hair really is g-d awful and getting worse.

More substantially, now that her official introduction period is officially over (or so I understand) I look forward to seeing her activities.

Genevieve 10-19-2004 09:22 PM

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Originally Posted by lucys
Maxima is a lovely woman with a lovely smile, but her hair really is g-d awful and getting worse.

More substantially, now that her official introduction period is officially over (or so I understand) I look forward to seeing her activities.

Maxima's hair is looking more and more unkept at each public appearance she makes. Last week with the purple oufit where her hair was half falling out of its ponytail or whatever and this week with the wind blown hair all over the place. And her roots are very bad, very obvious.

What do you mean that her "official" introduction is now over? She's been married for several years now and has even given birth to the heir to the Dutch throne and yet she isn't "official"?

Alisa 10-20-2004 06:09 PM

Maxima has been Princess for only 2 years. I think it is save to say that her introductionary period (getting familiar with all aspects of the Dutch society) is over now after this Council of State meeting. She will be taking on alot more engagements now.

Marengo 10-20-2004 08:14 PM

correct Alisa. The goal of the introductionperiod was to get her aqcuinted with all elements in the dutch society. And learning everything about the dutch history, traditions, politics, law, economy, etc etc etc. Quite a lot professors helped her with this.
Here a picture of Maxima today, during her investure.. she looked marvelous! And I might add that the queen looks VERY elegant as well.

purple_platinum 12-17-2005 04:39 AM

King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and The Oranje Fonds
 
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This was posted by henri.m on BRMB on December 16, 2005

HRH Princess Máxima of the Netherlands made an unannounced visit to the winner of the 'Apple of Orange' 2005, the price of the Orange Fund in Zwolle


The 'Oranje Fonds' was created in 2002 when it was presented to Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Orange and Princess Máxima on the occasion of their wedding. They are the patrons and are also closely involved in the Fund and its area of activity. In the year it was founded, the Fund merged with the Juliana Welfare Fund, which has been active in the social sector since 1948. The Prince and Princess are actively involved in the operations and activities of the Orange Fund. They both attend the award ceremony of the Appeltjes van Oranje and indeed the Princess actually presents the prizes. Princess Máxima visits the winners personally and speaks extensively with the originators and participants.


now, the pictures from ANP :

misshelen 12-17-2005 09:42 AM

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Pictures from yesterday in Zwolle without watermark from Pedro Sluiter

pollyemma 12-17-2005 12:26 PM

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Pictures from yesterday in Zwolle without watermark from Pedro Sluiter


thanks for posting this photo!she looks great. very 'professional' in that suit.

Emily 12-17-2005 01:05 PM

A beautiful photo! Thank you misshelen!

purple_platinum 02-05-2006 03:07 PM

http://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/content.jsp?objectid=14183

Princess Máxima preside distribution checks on 8 February 2006 in Rotterdam

Her Royal Highness Princess Máxima of the the Netherlands on 8 February 2006, wednesday morning, in the city Hall of Rotterdam will be present for the distribution of checks at social organizations.

The money available has been set up by the Foundation Neyenburgh, that by the former owner of Silvo. The Silvo-factories are sold recently and has been housed the yield of this in the Neyenburgh Fund. The output comes annually available for the Dutch society. Round this fact to four people goods received clear away 30 rural and Rotterdam organizations a check. The Orange Fund and the Foundation Promotion of peoples power look after the execution of the fund. Princess Máxima is protector of the Orange Fund.

Foundation Neyenburgh was set up in 1950 by the gentleman Sillevoldt. He was the founder of rice and act spices Silvo. In this foundation, the shares fortune was taken up. The yield must to good come at different good mean in the Netherlands, with name the grounds of care for olds. Meanwhile is the objective broadened to other vulnerable persons in the society. By the treatment of request works the Orange Fund together with the Foundation Promotion of peoples power in Rotterdam.

The Oranges Fund is the largest national fund on social territory. Per year, it turns approximately € 20 million from at organizations and projects in the Netherlands and on the Dutch Antilles and Aruba. The Orange Fund promotes social cohesion, participation, integration and social safety and decreases social exclusion. The Prince of Orange and Princess Máxima are the protectors of the Orange Fund.

3 February 2006

purple_platinum 02-08-2006 10:38 AM

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http://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/content.jsp?objectid=14183

Princess Máxima preside distribution checks on 8 February 2006 in Rotterdam

Her Royal Highness Princess Máxima of the the Netherlands on 8 February 2006, wednesday morning, in the city Hall of Rotterdam will be present for the distribution of checks at social organizations.

The money available has been set up by the Foundation Neyenburgh, that by the former owner of Silvo. The Silvo-factories are sold recently and has been housed the yield of this in the Neyenburgh Fund. The output comes annually available for the Dutch society. Round this fact to four people goods received clear away 30 rural and Rotterdam organizations a check. The Orange Fund and the Foundation Promotion of peoples power look after the execution of the fund. Princess Máxima is protector of the Orange Fund.

Foundation Neyenburgh was set up in 1950 by the gentleman Sillevoldt. He was the founder of rice and act spices Silvo. In this foundation, the shares fortune was taken up. The yield must to good come at different good mean in the Netherlands, with name the grounds of care for olds. Meanwhile is the objective broadened to other vulnerable persons in the society. By the treatment of request works the Orange Fund together with the Foundation Promotion of peoples power in Rotterdam.

The Oranges Fund is the largest national fund on social territory. Per year, it turns approximately € 20 million from at organizations and projects in the Netherlands and on the Dutch Antilles and Aruba. The Orange Fund promotes social cohesion, participation, integration and social safety and decreases social exclusion. The Prince of Orange and Princess Máxima are the protectors of the Orange Fund.

3 February 2006

8 February
Princess Maxima
Preside distribution of checks (as protector of Orange Fund)
City Hall of Rotterdam

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purple_platinum 02-08-2006 10:45 AM

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purple_platinum 02-08-2006 10:51 AM

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popje 02-08-2006 11:58 AM

Hi purple platinum. Beautiful photos. I have seen some more by dpa fotomartktplatz. But I can not inloggen. Do you know how need????
Thank you anyway for the nice photos about Maxima.

fanletizia 02-08-2006 12:11 PM

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