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    Queen Maxima of The Netherlands is effortlessly elegant in an ankle-length black dress and boots as she delivers a speech from her office at Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague

    • Queen Maxima, 49, delivered a speech at the ASEAN Women Leaders Summit
    • Dutch royal spoke from her office at Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague
    • She appeared effortlessly elegant in an ankle-length black dress and boots   

    Queen Maxima of the Netherlands appeared effortlessly elegant as she attended a virtual engagement today. 

    The mother-of-three, 49, delivered the opening speech at the ASEAN Women Leaders Summit from her office at Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague.

    She donned an ankle-length black dress with a leather belt to accentuate her wait, co-ordinated with chic knee-high boots for on-trend autumnal style. 

    Completing the look, Queen Maxim opted for a large woven black tote bag and oversize gold earrings. 

    Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 49, (pictured) delivered the opening speech at the ASEAN Women Leaders Summit from her office at Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague

    Queen Maxima (pictured left) looked stylish in an ankle-length black dress with carefully coordinated leather accessories

    Queen Maxima (pictured left) looked stylish in an ankle-length black dress with carefully coordinated leather accessories 

    The Dutch royal maintained her reputation for glamour by teaming bold red lipstick with dark mascara to draw attention to her eyes.

    Instead of her usual off-centre parting, she swept her glossy blonde hair back and wore it straight for a formal look. 

    The theme of the 37th ASEAN Summit is Women Empowerment for Inclusive and Sustainable Development in a Changing World.

    Queen Maxima who is the UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, voiced the importance of good access to financial services for development during her speech.    

    Queen Maxima (pictured) spoke about the importance of good access to financial services for development during her speech

    Queen Maxima (pictured) spoke about the importance of good access to financial services for development during her speech 

    Mother-of-three (pictured) opted for bold red lipstick and dark eyes, while completing the look with her hair swept back

    Mother-of-three (pictured) opted for bold red lipstick and dark eyes, while completing the look with her hair swept back 

    Queen Maxima (pictured left) voiced the importance of good telecom connections and cyber security as part of her speech

    Queen Maxima (pictured left) voiced the importance of good telecom connections and cyber security as part of her speech

    During the discussion, she emphasized the potential of developing good telecom connections, data privacy and cyber security for safety and full use of financial services. 

    The mother-of-three is known for showing a particular interest in helping disadvantaged groups, including small entrepreneurs and women on low incomes. 

    Queen Maxima’s virtual attendance at the summit follows a busy morning including a virtual discussion with participants of Nibud training.

    Nibud who provide training tools for early identification of financial problems, expect an increase in the number of households struggling with money woes because of the corona crisis.  

    Queen Máxima took part in an interactive closing webinar during the online meeting.

    Queen Maxima (pictured) had a busy morning with the inclusion of a virtually meeting with participants of Nibud training

    Queen Maxima (pictured) had a busy morning with the inclusion of a virtually meeting with participants of Nibud training 

    Queen Maxima (pictured) heard about the training tools on offer for early identification of financial problems earlier in the day

    Queen Maxima (pictured) heard about the training tools on offer for early identification of financial problems earlier in the day 

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