A relaxed Queen Maxima swapped her usual formal wear for a flowing orange trouser suit and shades to pay a visit to a farm in Vietnam.
The Queen of the Netherlands was given a tour of a farm in Da Lat on Tuesday, where she was snapped laughing and chatting with farmers and crouching down to get a closer look at rows of plants.
The 46-year-old mother of three chose loose fitting trousers in a vibrant shade of orange for the occasion, which she teamed with a casual white tee and a matching sleeveless jacket perfect for southern Vietnam’s soaring temperatures.
And she proved she’s not all about designer labels as her colourful two piece was in fact a high street buy from Zara.
Queen Maxima, radiant in orange and wearing a pair of aviator shades, laughed as she toured the farm of Xuan Toan in Da Lat
The Queen, wearing a pair of oversized shades and with her hair loose, looked delighted to be paying a visit to Vietnam
In-keeping with her relaxed look, Queen Maxima added a pair of flat sandals, a basket handbag and a pair of over-sized aviator sunglasses.
She wore her blonde hair loose and accessorised with gold jewellery including a statement cuff on her wrist.
The Dutch monarch crouched down low to get a closer look at the rows and rows of plans as farmer Xuan Toan showed her around on Tuesday.
The farm is supported by the Horti Dalat programme, which supports farmers to grow their businesses in the country.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visits a grocery store that offers banking services of the Lien Viet Post Bank
Thirsty work! The royal pauses for some light refreshment amid a hectic day of engagements
Staff seemed very excited by by the royal visitor and were eager to capture a photo
Her next stop was a business meeting organized by the International Finance Corporation on…