Queen Maxima of The Netherlands cuts a stylish figure in a velvet top and metallic trousers as she joins husband King Willem-Alexander at a film premiere in Amsterdam
- Queen Maxima, 48, attended screening of Galapagos: Hope for the Future today
- She was joined by husband King Willem-Alexander, 52, who looked smart in suit
- Film highlights undisturbed nature and wildlife across the Galapagos Islands
- Dutch royal stunned in a black velvet top and green and black metallic trousers
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looked in high spirits as she attended a film premiere at Pathe Tuschinski in Amsterdam this evening.
The Dutch royal, 48, who was joined by husband King Willem-Alexander, 52, put on a stylish display as she stepped out in a chic black velvet top, which she teamed with a daring pair of metallic trousers.
She accessorised with a small black clutch bag and silver jewellery, which added to her effortlessly regal appearance.
To complete her look at the screening of Galapagos: Hope for the Future, the mother-of-three wore a striking red lipstick and swept her hair off her face into a loose bun.
Queen Maxima, 48, and husband King Willem-Alexander, 52, (pictured) attended the screening of Galapagos: Hope for the Future at Pathe Tuschinski in Amsterdam this evening
The Dutch royal stunned in a plunging velvet top paired with metallic trousers and black sandals. Pictured with her husband
Meanwhile, King Willem-Alexander coordinated in a smart black tuxedo which he paired with a matching bow tie.
The couple were all smiles as they posed for the cameras on the blue carpet of the premiere.
Galapagos: Hope for the Future is the work of Evert Van Den Bos, 65, Alan Miller, 58, Dorian Pieters, 28, Pieter Huisman, 44, and Jochem Van Rijs, 42.
The film explores the undisturbed nature and wildlife within the Galapagos Islands, and inspires viewers to consider a sustainable future.
Queen Maxima sported a striking red lipstick and swept her blonde hair back in a neatt bun. revealing her glamorous dangling earrings
Narrated by Ronan Keating (pictured), Galapagos: Hope for the Future explores the unspoiled nature of the Galapagos Islands
Narrated by Irish singer Ronan Keating, the nature documentary features captivating shots of hammerhead sharks, penguins and the world’s largest tortoise.
Researchers are filmed attempting to protect and conserve the Galapagos’s fragile ecosystem.
Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander, who recently returned from a state visit to India, are patrons for a number of initiatives which aim to promote social engagement.
Tonight’s attendance at the film screening highlights their interest in projects related to the ongoing development of society and its impact on nature.
Galapagos: Hope for the Future is set to hit cinemas on October 31st.