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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks chic in camel today as she visited a fashion...

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks chic in camel today as she visited a fashion retailer to see for herself how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted business.
The 50-year-old mother-of-three looked elegant in a beige coat, skirt and polo neck, as she spoke to the team behind Dutch clothing brand By-Bar, in Breda, in the south of the Netherlands.
As a member of the Dutch Committee of Entrepreneurship, the Queen of the Netherlands also worked in marketing when she met her husband, King Willem-Alexander.
By-Bar is a Dutch fashion label which was created in Amsterdam by Barbara Brenninkmeijer, focusing on collections with natural colours in clean and effortless silhouettes.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visited Dutch fashion retailer By-Bar in Breda, south of the Netherlands, to see face-on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their business

By-Bar is a Dutch fashion label which was created in Amsterdam by Barbara Brenninkmeijer, focusing on collections with natural colours in clean and effortless silhouettes (Queen Maxima speaking to a staff member at the brand headquarters)

The 50-year-old mother-of-three looked fantastic as she spoke to the team behind Dutch clothing brand By-Bar, wearing a neutral theme for her outfit of the day, donning a brown long-sleeved roll-neck top underneath a beige collared coat thrown over her shoulders

Queen Maxima went along with the neutral theme for her own outfit of the day, donning a brown long-sleeved roll-neck top underneath a beige collared coat thrown over her shoulders.
She paired this with a midi-length pin skirt, from the same colour palette, heeled knee-high boots, a black and cream handbag and a long pearl necklace.
Her makeup featured a smoky eye with gold on her eyelid as a pop of sparkle, put together with a berry pink lip colour.
This bronzed look perfectly matched her gold rings and shiny flower earrings.

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As a member of the Dutch Committee of Entrepreneurship, the Queen of the Netherlands also worked in marketing when she met her husband, King Willem-Alexander, so enjoys creative projects and has a passion for getting immigrant women in the workforce

The Queen, who has three daughters, Amelia, Alexia and Ariane, is known for her love for accessories, wore beautiful gold bracelets, with one showcasing a gorgeous blue stone that stood out from the couple she had on (pictured being shown around their workspace)

She also spoke to other SME (small medium enterprises) entrepreneurs just like By-Bar to talk about the impact they have felt with the closures of society when cases have got high

With restrictions only having been lifted in the last few weeks, the fashion brand has had to spring back into action to help keep themselves on track (the Queen speaking to entrepreneurs)

Her eyebrows were sculpted and she wore her blonde locks in a straight and natural blow-dry. 
The Queen, who has three daughters, Amelia, Alexia and Ariane, is known for her love for accessories, wore beautiful gold bracelets, with one showcasing a gorgeous blue stone that stood out from the couple she had on.
In the Netherlands, Covid restrictions state that people must wear face coverings when advised, so the Queen and all the staff members wore masks. 

Her makeup featured a smoky eye with gold on her eyelid as a pop of sparkle, put together with a berry pink lip colour, perfectly matching her gold rings and shiny flower earrings

The Queen looked at material samples, drawn-out designs and brainstorm ideas from the Dutch brand, who has their headquarters in Breda, south of the Netherlands

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The workspace had plenty of entrepreneurs and team members to talk the Queen through their future plans concerning their business and Covid, as well as how the recent lockdowns had an affect on them

The government lifted the final lockdown restrictions at the end of January, which have been in place since 19 December.
Before they were put in place, the Queen visited other businesses in Geertruidenberg on 15 December to lend a compassionate ear to coffee shops and catering business owners to find out how they were coping with the Covid-19 business. 
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Maxima met her husband Willem-Alexander 22 years ago in Seville, Spain, when the then-Prince only introduced himself as Alendander – she was not aware he was royalty. 
In her role as a monarch, Maxima has been a member of a special parliamentary commission seeking to increase the number of female immigrants in the workforce.

In her role as a monarch, Maxima has been a member of a special parliamentary commission seeking to increase the number of female immigrants in the workforce

Queen Maxima paired the beige coat with a midi-length pin skirt, from the same colour palette, heeled knee-high boots, a black and cream handbag and a long pearl necklace

Maxima is a member of the Committee for Enterprise and Finance to help extend the reach of financing opportunities and focused her attention to small to the medium sized-business

She also is a member of the Committee for Enterprise and Finance to help extend the reach of financing opportunities, in particular to help provide credit for new and existing small businesses in the Netherlands.
And for today she focused her attention to the team at By-Bar, who showed their progress of future collections, material samples and brainstorm of ideas.
The workspace had plenty of people to talk the Queen through their plans, as well as how Covid-19 and the recent lockdowns had an affect on their business.
With restrictions only having been lifted in the last few weeks, the fashion brand has sprung back into action to help keep themselves on track.
She also spoke to other SME entrepreneurs, which mean small and medium sized enterprises, like By-Bar, to talk about the impact they have felt with the closures of society when cases have got high.

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