Queen Maxima of the Netherlands traveled to Delft on Tuesday for a working visit to a food bank.
Covid-19 epidemic still guides Queen’s calendar Maxima from the Netherlands. This Tuesday, May 19, 2020, for its first release after its 49e birthday celebrated two days before, the wife of king Willem-Alexander had chosen to go to Delft. She made a working visit to the distribution center of the food bank in this city located south of The Hague.
The wife of the Dutch sovereign spoke with volunteers about the selection, packaging and distribution of food parcels, including the continuation of these activities taking into account protective measures against the coronavirus. Queen Maxima then had an interview with the members of the board of directors of this food bank and the local elected representative concerned by this theme. The consequences of the health crisis for food aid were discussed. The expectations for the coming period, the current supply of food and drink as well as the challenges for the logistics and distribution process were discussed. The Palace said that, on the one hand, the clientele of the food bank had increased due to this crisis and that, on the other hand, many elderly volunteers had to stay at home because they are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Maxima had opted for a summer patchwork dress
For this engagement, the mother of princesses Catharina-Amalia, Alexia and Ariane had opted for a colorful look, a hundred miles from the one, sand color, from his last outing. Maxima appeared in a patchwork dress from the London brand with vintage accents Rixo. It combines several printed fabrics, on a black background, of the same pattern of small stylized flowers available in different shades. She had accompanied her with a black clutch, black open heeled mules and red fancy ear pendants. Provident, the young woman held in her hand a black stole, in case she needed it in addition to her rather summer outfit.
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