Queen Maxima laughs at the Dutch Embassy. She came to sign a memorandum by the Prinses Máxima Centrum in Utrecht and the Hopp Children's Tumour Centre Heidelberg (KiTZ). The partners want to create better framework conditions for European paediatric oncology.
Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (r) welcomes King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima outside Bellevue Palace for a state banquet in honour of the Dutch royal couple. Elke Büdenbender, wife of Federal President Steinmeier, waits at the door due to a broken metatarsal. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands signs the guest book during a visit to the Robert Koch Institute.
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima visit the Humboldt Forum together with Michael Müller (SPD,l), Governing Mayor of Berlin, and Helmut Dorgerloh (r), General Director of the Humboldt Forum.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands looks at a gift from scientists during a visit to the Technical University of Berlin (TU): A magnifying glass with a built-in microchip showing a picture of her and her husband. The royal couple is learning about key technologies from photonics and quantum research at the TU.
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands (2nd from left) and Queen Maxima (l), together with Michael Müller (3rd from left, SPD), Governing Mayor of Berlin, are guided through the exhibition "Berlin Global" at the Humboldt Forum in the Berlin Palace by Paul Spies (r), Director of the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin.
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima walk through the former entrance door of the former techno club "Tresor" during a tour of the exhibition "Berlin Global" at the Humboldt Forum in the Berlin Palace.