QUEEN MAXIMA WOWS IN RUBY DRESS AS SHE REOPENS MUSEUM

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands stepped out in a stunning red ensemble on Tuesday as she appeared to reopen the Museum Hindeloopen in Holland.

The 53-year-old looked rosy in red as she arrived in the small Dutch town wearing a knee length dress dress with long sleeves and a ruffled cow neck.

The Argentinian-born royal re-opened the Hindeloopen a cultural history museum in the Dutch town of Hindeloopen, which was had previously been closed for renovations.

The mother-of-three dressed herself head to toe in double decker bus red for the event, wearing her elegant dress with a sloping red hat that perfectly showed off a few inches of golden blond hair.

She accessorised the look with red tassel earrings and sophisticated red leather gloves from which clasped her thin envelope clutch bag.

Her coordinated ruby red slippers perfectly complimented the bold look which was paired with soft glowing make up and a glossed lip. 

Even her nails were part of the coordinated look though they were painted a slightly darker cherry red shade to break up the vibrant rosy red material of her clothes. 

Queen Maxima was greeted by swathes of Dutch locals dressed in traditional clothes who smiled and waved at the royal arrival. 

The museum contains the former private collection of Hidde and Adriana Nijland-Volker, whose son Dirk Nijland was an art collector. 

The collection of Hindeloopen objects were then donated to the former Hindeloopen town hall where it became a museum in the 20th century and has seen been a popular tourist destination in the small town.

The Dutch royal has just arrived back from her four-day trip around the US with her husband, King Willem-Alexander.

The two arrived in America last Monday for a four-day tour of America, kicking off their visit in Atlanta and Savannah in Georgia before traveling north to Albany and New York City. 

The royals' four-day of America began on Monday in Atalanta, where they met with Gov. Brian Kemp at Georgia's state Capitol and toured the burial site of Martin Luther King Jr. 

It seems as though the royal has found her colours as last week in Georgia, she stepped out in a similar entirely red look with everything red her dress, to her shoes and gloves in the bold colour. 

Last week's ruby look showed the queen wearing the same shade of red with a knee length dress and sweeping cape which flowed behind her an elegant and regal swish.

Her jewellery included her diamond, opal and ruby flower brooch, which was created at the end of the 19th century by jeweller Eduard Schürmann & Co in Frankfurt, after being commissioned by Queen Emma.

Maxima's blonde locks were styled into a classic up do, showing off her earrings that featured a round-shaped centre diamond surrounded by smaller stones.

Meanwhile, she kept her make-up simple, opting for a natural matt base, with peach blush, a pink lip, and brown smokey eye.

During the next leg of the couple's trip, which include a whistle-stop tour of New York, Willem-Alexander and Maxima also visited East Flatbush, a Brooklyn neighbourhood.

They met with local residents and learnt more about their empowering community projects and the urban challenges they face around climate, affordable housing and building a resilient society.

The Dutch royal couple were pictured enjoying a stroll around the neighbourhood with local residents dressed in equally colourful attire as they took in Brooklyn's sites.

They also visited some of the different businesses including a barber shop and coffee shop to learn more about local trade in the residential neighbourhood of East Flatbush.

Following that was a visit to Newlab in Brooklyn Navy Yards, which is home to more than 800 entrepreneurs and inventors.

It was a busy trip for the Dutch royals, who have packed in numerous engagements throughout their four-day tour.

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