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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands cut a stylish figure as she attended the presentation of the King Willem I Award this evening. 

The 49-year-old monarch, who is married to King Willem-Alexander, looked typically stylish in a monochrome ensemble as she stepped out in Amsterdam to announce the winners of the prestigious annual business award. 

Mother-of-three Maxima oozed glamour in a black and white outfit paired with a bright blue face covering at the Beurs van Berlage former stock exchange building in the centre of the city. 

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands cut a stylish figure as she attended the presentation of the King Willem I Award this evening

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands cut a stylish figure as she attended the presentation of the King Willem I Award this evening

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands cut a stylish figure as she attended the presentation of the King Willem I Award this evening

She oozed glamour in a black and white outfit paired with a bright blue face covering at the Beurs van Berlage in the centre of the city

She oozed glamour in a black and white outfit paired with a bright blue face covering at the Beurs van Berlage in the centre of the city

She oozed glamour in a black and white outfit paired with a bright blue face covering at the Beurs van Berlage in the centre of the city

She wore a pair of on-trend black paper bag trousers with a statement satin ribbon at the waist, paired with an elegant white V-neck blouse. 

The royal teamed the look with a sparkling silver necklace and matching earrings, a black leather clutch bag and matching heels. 

Her blonde locks were loose around her shoulders and the royal wore smokey brown eyeshadow with a dark eyeliner. 

Maxima stopped to wave to royal fans ahead of entering the awards ceremony.  

The royal teamed the look with a sparkling silver necklace and matching earrings, a black leather clutch bag and matching heels

The royal teamed the look with a sparkling silver necklace and matching earrings, a black leather clutch bag and matching heels

The royal teamed the look with a sparkling silver necklace and matching earrings, a black leather clutch bag and matching heels

Her blonde locks were loose around her shoulders and the royal wore smokey brown eyeshadow with a dark eyeliner

Her blonde locks were loose around her shoulders and the royal wore smokey brown eyeshadow with a dark eyeliner

Her blonde locks were loose around her shoulders and the royal wore smokey brown eyeshadow with a dark eyeliner

She wore a pair of on-trend black paper bag trousers with a statement satin ribbon paired with an elegant white v-neck blouse

She wore a pair of on-trend black paper bag trousers with a statement satin ribbon paired with an elegant white v-neck blouse

She wore a pair of on-trend black paper bag trousers with a statement satin ribbon paired with an elegant white v-neck blouse

The King Willem I Award is seen as the Oscar for business owners in the Netherlands and has been awarded every two years since 1958 by the King Willem I Foundation. 

The foundation has active support from the Nederlandsche Bank N.V. and the Ministry of Economic Affairs.   

The award goes to companies that have demonstrated their ability to successfully combine daring, decisiveness, sustainability, perseverance and innovation. 

There are three categories; Large companies, SMEs and a Plaque for Sustainable Entrepreneurship. 

Maxima donned a bright face covering as she stepped out in Amsterdam to announce the winners of the annual business awards

Maxima donned a bright face covering as she stepped out in Amsterdam to announce the winners of the annual business awards

Maxima donned a bright face covering as she stepped out in Amsterdam to announce the winners of the annual business awards

Mother-of-three Maxima stopped to wave to royal fans ahead of entering the awards ceremony

Mother-of-three Maxima stopped to wave to royal fans ahead of entering the awards ceremony

Mother-of-three Maxima stopped to wave to royal fans ahead of entering the awards ceremony

The prizes are presented during a festive evening every year by Maxima and chairman Proffesor Dr. K.H.W. Knot. Maxima is pictured leaving the ceremony

The prizes are presented during a festive evening every year by Maxima and chairman Proffesor Dr. K.H.W. Knot. Maxima is pictured leaving the ceremony

The prizes are presented during a festive evening every year by Maxima and chairman Proffesor Dr. K.H.W. Knot. Maxima is pictured leaving the ceremony 

The prizes are presented during a festive evening every year by Maxima and chairman Proffesor Dr. K.H.W. Knot. 

It’s been a busy week for the monarch, who recently faced criticism for holidaying in Greece while her country experienced a second wave of Covid-19 and people were being advised to stay at home.

Yesterday the monarch attended the re-opening of a national museum for psychiatry in Haarlem and a day earlier the awards ceremony of the Prince Bernhard Culture Foundation in Amsterdam. 

Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk

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