King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of The Netherlands are on a 3-day State Visit to Portugal from October 10-12 to strengthen political, economic and cultural ties between the two countries.
On Day 3, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima visited Alverca, north of Lisbon, where they visited OGMA, Indústría Aeronáutica de Portugal. Following a tour of the hangars, the couple spoke with the companies participating in the parallel economic mission about possibilities of Portuguese-Dutch cooperation in the field of aircraft construction and maintenance and airport development.
Later, they traveled to the Escola Nacional de Bombeiros, the national fire department institute in Sintra. Afterwards, the King and Queen visited Palácio da Vila in the historic center of Sintra. In the afternoon, the State Visit concluded in the coastal town of Cascais with a reception for the Dutch Community in Portugal.
King Willem-Alexander wore a navy suit with a pale blue tie. Queen Máxima wore a Natan blouse and repeated skirt with a Fabienne Delvigne hat and diamond hoop earrings.