Following the somber commemorations of National Remembrance Day, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands joined in the Liberation Day celebrations—with dancing, fireworks, and some gorgeous orange jewels!
On Thursday, the King and Queen arrived at the Liberation Day Festival in Amsterdam. They boarded the Amstel to participate in the festivities in front of the Royal Theater Carre.
Queen Máxima, as usual, brought some serious fun along with her via her outfit. She wore a floral printed dress in shades of blue and orange with orange feathered trim at the cuffs. She also carried an orangey-tan clutch bag with a large orange gem-like clasp.
And, of course, she wore pieces from her collection of orange-colored jewelry as well, including the long diamond earrings with the large citrine pendants.
On her right wrist, she wore her statement bracelet set with diamonds and various shades of citrine stones.
Here’s a better look at the bracelet. She also added her padparadscha sapphire and diamond ring. That jewel was a gift from Willem-Alexander after the birth of Princess Alexia in June 2005. (You can read more about all four of the rings he’s given to Máxima in this article!)
Máxima finished off the look with a watch and a delicate gold bracelet on her right wrist, plus her engagement and wedding rings. A very fun bejeweled ensemble overall!