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Royal style: All the latest looks from New York to the Netherlands
Lady Amelia Windsor rocked casual chic for the Shrimps of London presentation at London Fashion Week.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands truly reigns when it comes to accessories judging by this well-coordinated look at the opening of the Royal Paradise exhibition at Dordrechts Museum.
Saudi royal and Vogue Arabia’s launch editor-in-chief Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz added a pop of cheery pink to the scene at Michael Kors’ Fall 2017 show in a coat from Delpozo’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection.
Princess Olympia of Greece donned classic denim for the Michael Kors Fall 2017 runway show at New York Fashion Week. USA
Queen Letizia wore a black pleated skirt by BOSS for her engagement to meet with representatives from the Vianorte-Laguna Foundation at Zarzuela Palace.
Queen Letizia of Spain looked characteristically stylish wearing a tweed dress, which she accessorized with a peach belt and matching clutch for the exhibition opening of Obras Maestros de Budapest at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
Princess Charlene stunned on Valentine’s Day wearing a red Carolina Herrera gown to the 2017 Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden opted for a floral print cape blouse and black midi skirt for her visit to the Imagine Children’s festival in London, where she opened the ‘Room for Children’ at the Royal Festival Hall.
Queen Letizia of Spain was business chic wearing a black leather skirt and a checkered pussybow blouse by Roberto Verino for the El Valor Economico del Espanol conference in Madrid.
Queen Rania of Jordan looked effortlessly stylish in a camel coat for her outing to the Phi Science Institute. The Jordanian monarch captioned the Instagram photo, “Teaching science with a dynamic approach that appeals to children and staying away from standard methods. A meeting rich with entrepreneurial spirit to improve learning!”
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton was Valentine’s Day ready wearing a red double-breasted twill blazer by Philosphy Di Lorenzo Serafini, which she paired with a black turtleneck and jeans, for her visit with the RAF Air Cadets at RAF Wittering in Stamford, England.
Queen Maxima kept warm in a beige wrap, which she wore over a gold top and burgundy leather skirt during her visit to the Bauhaus art academy in Dessau, Germany.
Queen Letizia of Spain stunned donning a black ensemble by Carolina Herrera for the Expansion newspaper’s 30th anniversary dinner at Madrid’s Palace Hotel.
Queen Maxima was a vision in a sea foam green dress with trumpet sleeves, which she wore for her visit to the European Energy Exchange in Leipzig, Germany.
Queen Letizia stepped out to the National Center for Cardiovascular Research Foundation in Madrid wearing a burgundy leather dress. The Spanish monarch paired the edgy frock with her BOSS blazer and LODI ombre patent pumps.
The Dutch Queen opted for an elegant swing blouse and pencil skirt for her outing to the High Tech Systems and Materials event in Weimar, Germany.
Queen Maxima looked fifty shades of grey and chic accessorizing with suede boots, Chanel bag and wide-brimmed hat as she appeared alongside husband King Willem-Alexander at the Hertogin Anna Amalia Bibliotheek in Erfurt, Germany.
Kate stepped out, with William by her side, in a magenta coat dress by Oscar de la Renta during the Guild of Health Writers Conference with Heads Together in London.
Queen Letizia wore an olive green cape dress during the Innovation and Design Awards in n Alcala de Henares, Spain.
A quick trip to the Wartburg Castle didn’t halt Maxima’s style. The Queen wore a rust colored pants ensemble topped with a teal overcoat.
Fourth time was a charm for Duchess Kate, who wore her red Luisa Spagnoli skirt suit during the Place2Be Big Assembly With Heads Together for Children’s Mental Health Week in London.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall wore an emerald green velvet gown during the British Asian Trust reception dinner.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium stood out in a striped orange dress, which she coordinated with a matching handbag during her visit to the Haute Ecole Libre Mosane in Liege.
Queen Maxima was a lady in red during the dinner in honor of Germany’s President Joachim Gauck