On Day 3, November 30th, of the Belgian State Visit to the Netherlands, Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands traveled to Utrecht, Queen Mathilde also traveled to Veghel. King Philippe visted Eindhoven. The State Visit ended at Heeze Castle, where a Minister took leave of the King and Queen of the Belgians on behalf of the Dutch government.
Day 3 of the Belgian State Visit to the Netherlands started with Queen Mathilde and Queen Máxima traveling to Utrecht by royal train to tour the city’s new central railway station and the surrounding area. Afterwards, both Queen’s said farewell to each other, and Queen Mathilde visited the Sligro Food Group in Veghel, for the opening of ZiN, an ‘inspiration lab’ for the foodservice industry. Meanwhile, King Philippe visited the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. Together, they also visited the Holst centre. The State Visit ended at Heeze Castle, where Minister Schultz van Haegen took official leave of the King and Queen of the Belgians on behalf of the Dutch government.
Queen Mathilde wore a Esmeralda Ammoun coat and a matching hat with intricate diamond earrings. Queen Máxima wore a woven moiré dress and matching coat by Natan, with a Fabienne Delvigne hat and amythest & diamond earrings.
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