Brilliant in Burgundy! Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visits Zoetermeer to support a charity for young homeless people

  • Queen Maxima wore a chic burgundy ensemble to support a homeless charity
  • Kansfonds supports people without homes and those living on the poverty line 
  • The royal gave a speech at the event, and listened to other presentations 

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands showed off her impeccable skill for colour co-ordination today as she attended a charity event in Zoetermeer.

The Dutch royal, 50, was pictured looking upbeat at the appointment, dressed in a chic all-burgundy ensemble.

Kansfonds is an organisation which supports homeless people in the Netherlands and aims to help those living on the poverty line.

The monarch and mother-of-three attended the ‘All Young People A Home’ programme which aims to rehouse and give opportunities to the 8,500 registered homeless young people in the country. 

Queen Maxima of Netherlands turned heads today as she stepped out to support Kansfonds in Zoetermeer

She was seen in good spirits as she talked with staff about their programme to help the homeless youth

She was seen in good spirits as she talked with staff about their programme to help the homeless youth

The Queen donned a long burgundy cape that she wore draped over her arms and shoulders, which matched perfectly with a cashmere t-shirt, and pleated leather skirt of the same colour.

Cinching her waist was a gold buckled belt which coordinated with her other burgundy accessories; leather boots and a small leather clutch.

 Choosing an array of jewellery for the occasion, the mother-of-three adorned a selection of diamond bracelets which complimented her engagement ring, a gold bangle, and dangling earrings which featured green and burgundy gems.

The royal opted for her classic understated make-up look, pairing a light, fresh base, with peach blusher, brown eye shadow, and a natural lip. She stuck to this theme for her nails, opting for a manicured, yet bare look. 

The mother-of-three could be seen listening to speakers as the charity gave presentations on the 8500 registered young homeless people

The mother-of-three could be seen listening to speakers as the charity gave presentations on the 8500 registered young homeless people

She could be later seen engaging with speakers as she took centre stage on a sofa to discuss their work

She could be later seen engaging with speakers as she took centre stage on a sofa to discuss their work

Her look was finished off a with a swept back hairstyle that saw her blonde locks curled into an elegant chignon.

During the visit today, the royal was pictured while being engaged in the presentations of Kansfonds staff as they explained their steps for the future.

She later took centre stage on a sofa to talk further with another speaker at the event

Maxima’s attendance at the event today comes as no surprise: who has long since supported the work of Kansfonds. 

The monochromatic monarch chose an all-burgundy ensemble for the occasion and swept her hair back into a low chignon

The monochromatic monarch chose an all-burgundy ensemble for the occasion and swept her hair back into a low chignon

Maxima has rekindled her love of monochromatic outfits in recent weeks. Yesterday, she donned a crimson wrap dress for the the spring conference of a financial assistance association at the Wilminktheate theatre, which she paired with burgundy accessories, including a fedora hat.

On Monday, she sported burgundy from head to toe as she and her husband, King Willem-Alexander headed for a concert in Maastricht.

And last week, she stunned in a navy blue ensemble as she and Willem-Alexander visited the Dune and Bulbs region of the Netherlands, where the country’s emblematic tulips are grown.

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