Amalia without a hat, Máxima with it: this is what the Oranges are wearing on Bonaire today

Princess Amalia omitted a hat, Queen Máxima opted for a golden oldie. Read all about the royal visit to Bonaire and the clothing that comes into the picture here.

On Saturday morning, the Lieutenant Governor will receive the party in the official residence, where the members of the Island Council and deputies will also be present.

Subsequently, they visit the ‘slave huts’ at Witte Pan, which symbolize Bonaire’s slavery past. They then make a tour along the west coast and visit Nos Zjilea in Cultural Park Mangazina di Rei, where the cultural-historical heritage of Bonaire is displayed. Local residents talk about their neighborhoods, a family of four generations bakes bread in an old brick oven and primary school children perform with the learning orchestra. The group will also view an exhibition about the history of the island.

Subsequently, a lunch will be held in Arawak with residents of Bonaire about current themes, such as climate change, agricultural development and poverty reduction.

In the afternoon a visit to the bay of Sorobon follows, where a windsurfing demonstration takes place. Bonaire is known for the good windsurfing opportunities and the talents it produces. Subsequently, the Royal Couple and the Princess of Orange will talk to junior rangers from the Bonaire National Parks Foundation about nature conservation of the coastal area. This mainly concerns the mangroves that protect the coast. The group takes a boat trip through the bay and the mangrove area.

The visit to Bonaire ends in the evening in Kralendijk with a visit to ‘Taste of Bonaire’, a cultural market with local products, gastronomy and musical performances.

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Fashion queen Máxima
The Queen wears a well-known dress with puffed sleeves from the Australian label Zimmermann. Her openwork hat (doughnut) comes from the studio of Fabienne Delvigne and we know it from King’s Day 2014.

(c) Bruno
Screenshot video Princes

Máxima with the hat on King’s Day 2014:

Fashion princess Amalia
The Princess of Orange wears a new, light green dress with a print. A hat is missing. More information will follow as soon as possible.

(c) Annemarie de Kunder

Don’t quote me on this, but I suspect that Amalia’s dress is a design by Natan. In any case, it is very similar in style and design to Elisabeth’s dress by Natan.

(c) Bruno/EPP
(c) Bruno

Amalia’s earrings are designed by Ole Lynggaard and come from Máxima’s safe.

Bag from Marina Raphael:

Up to date thanks to an Apple Watch:

She previously wore the gold ring during a photo shoot and was borrowed from…. right yes: Maxima.

28-01-2023 © PPE/Nieboer

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