King Willem-Alexander makes his first official state tour of the UK after he won the throne in 2013 following the abdication of his mother Queen Beatrix.
The Dutch Royal Family is currently the UK on the first day of a two-day state visit to the United Kingdom. The Dutch royal family last visited Britain in 1982, when Queen Beatrix still ruled with her husband Prince Claus on the throne.
Kate Middleton was presented with the image for the Dutch State Banquet, which is hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace, husband, Prince William
And she wore a very special accessory – a Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara who once belonged to her husband's mother, Diana, the Princess of Wales.
Royal women must wear ball gowns and tiaras for the banquet
Also, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wore the Greville Tiara on loan from the Queen, by the Royal Queen Mother was left as an accessory.
The queen herself also blended a long white dress on this occasion.
Protocol also states that Royal Ladies must wear the family order Elizabeth II ̵
Kate and William meet Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander at a state banquet
During the banquet, the Queen told King Willem-Alexander that "we are seeking a new partnership with Europe, the common values of Britain and Holland" are our largest Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…=view&id=167 The comments come after the Dutch king spoke of Brexit in his address to the House of Parliament, which had previously been sitting for days, with the Queen in her Political views have usually remained impartial.
The queen told the Dutch head of state: "I remember the state visit from your grandmother's queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard in 1972 when I talked about how the understanding and relationship of our nations would become more important for a new European structure.
"As we focus on a new partnership with Europe, it is our shared values and dedication to each other that are our greatest asset, and show that our lasting alliance remains strong through change, and we as innovators, traders and Internationalists Confident Looking to the Future. "
Queen Maxima and King Willem Alexander meet the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla in the palace
According to the queen's comments, King Willem-Alexander, who sits near Prime Minister Theresa May, said: "Currently concentrated pay much attention to the "technical" side of Brexit
"This is understandable and necessary.
" But in the midst of all this complexity We should not lose sight of the larger narrative that binds us further.
"The Bigger Tale of Freedom, Openness, and Cooperation: Growth and Prosperity, the Fruits of Whom All Are Enjoyed."
The Queen Comes to the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace
He goes on to praise the Queen herself by showing her infamous appearance in The opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics described her as the "most fearless Bond Girl of all time".
King Willem-Alexander said: "Over the past few decades, your country, Europe and the world eno has changed heartily." The world appears to you as a trusted beacon in the midst of upheaval.
"Your ability to keep in touch with time to stay is striking. You even have an adventurous streak, as you showed it six years ago at the opening of the Olympics Games.
Queen Maxima wore the famous Tiara from the Dutch Royal Collection with the Stuart Diamond in honor of the close ties between the British and Dutch royal families.
Queen Maxima stunned in the Steward Tiara
The official According to royal house chatters, 280 slices of chocolate-orange cake and various kinds of royal pastries are to be served tonight at the banquet.
Earlier today, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visited Buckingham Palace for lunch before joining the tomb of the Unknown Warrior in the Westminster Abbey laid a wreath
King Willem-Alexander and his wife met Queen Elizabeth today and kissed the British monarch on both cheeks and clasped his hands with his – a gesture repeated by his wife.
King Willem-Alexander's mother Queen Beatrix is a distant cousin of Elizabeth II. And the couple always greeted each other warmly with a kiss
During their busy first day, Willem-Alexander and Maxima also spoke in front of the Houses of Parliament.
The Dutch king took the opportunity to express his regret over the British decision to leave the European Union – adn said the block had made great achievements, even though it was flawed.
He told Parliament in his State speech: "It really saddens us to see a close partner. But of course we respect the choice of your country.
He said that the 150,000 Dutch living in Britain and the 50,000 British living in the Netherlands deserve special attention: "Many of them have lived and worked here for many years. They feel at home in their local community and their contribution to society is appreciated.
The Duchess of Cambridge Walsk and Rear Admiral Ludger Brummelaar
"But these people now live under the shadow of uncertainty about their future status, I understand how difficult that is for them, and I hope this uncertainty will be resolved."
King Willem-Alexander became by British politicians such as Prime Minister Theresa May, Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt and Interior Minister Sajid Javid at the Horseguard parade welcomed in Whitehall
The couple was also pictured with Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn
After their welcome met the Dutch Royals Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, formerly at Clarence House for tea Tuesday night.
Queen Elizabeth II gives a speech during a stain banquet at Buckingham Palace
The Queen toasts with King Willem-Alexander
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall accompanied Willem-Alexander and Maxima of the Dutch G mission to Whitehall
In the former court of Henry VIII, the Guard of Honor of the 1st Battalion was waiting for Coldstream Guards in their scarlet tunics and bear skins  Nearby, the regiment of cavalry regiments was shining Breastplates and helmets and the band of cavalry.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visited Britain 2015 – with the promise of an official state visit later – For the memorial day in London
It was the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands after the end of World War II.