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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and Queen Letizia of Spain both wowed in their pink ensembles in Amsterdam today.

The royals looked in high spirits as they visited Lab6, a centre in Amsterdam where cultural, sporting and other activities are organised by and for young people from the ages of 12 to 23.

The fashionable duo were on top form and coordinated their stunning outfits to match each other for the visit. 

Queen Letizia wowed crowds in a smart oversized fuchsia coat which she was stylishly draped over her shoulders. 

The 51-year-old put her best fashion foot forward by sporting a slim-fit cherry red dress which featured flared short sleeves and a modest high-neck. The frock cinched in at the waist, showing off her elegant figure. 

Queen Maxima (L) and Queen Letizia (R) looked stunning in coordinated pink outfits in Amsterdam today 

The Spanish queen looked on top form today in a red and pink ensemble that showed off her elegant figure

The Spanish queen looked on top form today in a red and pink ensemble that showed off her elegant figure

Maxima wowed in a glitzy pastel pink coat dress as she visited the centre with Letizia

Maxima wowed in a glitzy pastel pink coat dress as she visited the centre with Letizia 

 The former journalist opted for hot pink pointed kitten heels, simple silver diamond dangly earrings and  a matching magenta shoulder bag. 

Letizia wore her chocolate tresses down in a sleek, straight blowdry and matched her makeup to her ensemble, donning pink eyeshadow and a hint of blush. 

Both her and Maxima spoke to young people and youth workers from similar organisations about the young people’s mental health and the importance of having  easily accessible walk-in centres to assist them.

Maxima looked every inch the Queen of the Netherlands in a pastel pink sparkly pink coat dress with ruffle detailing. 

The royal’s frock also had a large matching belt which highlighted her sophisticated figure. For accessories, Maxima opted for classic nude-coloured heels, a hairband that matched her dress and a small clutch that coordinated well with her ensemble. 

The mother-of-three showcased her bling and chose to wear a watch and several silver diamond bracelets, along with four rings and a pair of large glitzy earrings. 

Similar to Letizia, the royal opted for a pink-themed makeup look and wore her wavy blonde hair down. 

The radiant pair posed for photos together and were pictured chatting as they sat down to listen to officials speaking at the event. 

The Queens were also given a tour of Lab6 and saw the activities that they offer to young people. 

The pair looked in high spirits as they chatted away while at Lab6 in Amsterdam today

The pair looked in high spirits as they chatted away while at Lab6 in Amsterdam today 

Letizia matched her makeup look with her outfit, donning sparkly pink eyeshadow and blush

Letizia matched her makeup look with her outfit, donning sparkly pink eyeshadow and blush

Maxima looks excited as she pulls a smile while royal fans gather to see the royal pair together

Maxima looks excited as she pulls a smile while royal fans gather to see the royal pair together 

At the event, Maxima and Letizia spoke to young people and youth workers from similar organisations about the young people's mental health

At the event, Maxima and Letizia spoke to young people and youth workers from similar organisations about the young people’s mental health

The pair smiled as they sat down to listen to young people and youth workers at the event

The pair smiled as they sat down to listen to young people and youth workers at the event 

The cause is deeply important to Maxima, as not only are her children between the ages of 17 and 20, but she is also the honorary chair of Stichting MIND Us, an organisation that promotes mental health among teenagers and young adults. 

Later on, Maxima and Letizia will attend the tenth anniversary celebrations of the Amsterdam Spanish Film Festival at the Royal Theatre Tuschinski cinema.

This afternoon, Deputy Prime Minister Rob Jetten will sit down for lunch with King Felipe and King Willem-Alexander. They will discuss Spanish-Dutch bilateral relations and European cooperation on energy and climate policy.

In the evening the four royals will get together, with King Felipe and Queen Letizia hosting a reception for King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima at STRAAT, Amsterdam’s museum for street art and graffiti.

Maxima and Willem-Alexander’s eldest daughter, Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia, will also be in attendance.  

Queen Letizia and her husband King Felipe are on their last day of their two-day visit to the Netherlands

Queen Letizia and her husband King Felipe are on their last day of their two-day visit to the Netherlands 

Queen Maxima excitedly waves to someone as Letizia poses for cameras

Queen Maxima excitedly waves to someone as Letizia poses for cameras 

Yesterday, Willem-Alexander thanked King Felipe and Queen Letizia for ‘a touching show of friendship at a difficult time’ – after they ‘helped arrange’ his daughter’s year-long stay in Madrid amid kidnapping fears.

The Dutch royals were hosting the Spanish royals for a glitzy state banquet at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam yesterday, as part of their two-day state visit to the country.

Princess Amalia, who was making her debut at her first-ever state banquet in the Dutch capital, also joined them.

It was revealed earlier in the day that the princess had fled to Spain to escape threats to her safety by organised crime groups in the Netherlands and studied in Madrid for more than a year, according to a report by local media.

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