Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pays tribute to Irish hosts in a stylish green coat dress

She’s known for her effortless style and always looking put together at royal occasions.

And today was no exception for Queen Maxima of the Netherlands as she joined her husband King Willem-Alexander on their first ever state visit to Ireland.

The royal, 48, looked overjoyed as she arrived in Dublin airport, clad in a glamorous green coat dress, teamed with a matching hat and gloves.

Stylish: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sported a glamorous green coat dress, teamed with a matching calot and gloves when arriving in Ireland

Stylish: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sported a glamorous green coat dress, teamed with a matching calot and gloves when arriving in Ireland

Beaming: The royal, 48, looked overjoyed as she arrived in Dublin airport alongside her husband King Willem-Alexander on their first ever state visit to Ireland

Beaming: The royal, 48, looked overjoyed as she arrived in Dublin airport alongside her husband King Willem-Alexander on their first ever state visit to Ireland

Mother-of-three Maxima complemented her ensemble with a ream of golden bracelets on each arm and highlighted her slender physique with a similar fashioned belt. 

Maxima beamed as she shook hands with the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne, who greeted the royals upon their arrival into the capital.

She combated the rainy weather with a clear umbrella and completed her look with a glitzy pair of golden heels and a matching clutch.

The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, and his wife Sabina Coyne posed for pictures with the royal couple, after welcoming them at Dublin Airport

The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, and his wife Sabina Coyne posed for pictures with the royal couple, after welcoming them at Dublin Airport 

Mother-of-three Maxima complemented her ensemble with a ream of golden bracelets on each arm and highlighted her slender physique with a similar fashioned belt

Mother-of-three Maxima complemented her ensemble with a ream of golden bracelets on each arm and highlighted her slender physique with a similar fashioned belt

The fashionable royal swept her hair behind her ears, showing off glittering earrings, and kept her makeup classic with a simple smokey eye and pink lip

The fashionable royal swept her hair behind her ears, showing off glittering earrings, and kept her makeup classic with a simple smokey eye and pink lip

The fashionable royal swept her hair behind her ears, showing off glittering earrings, and kept her makeup classic with a simple smokey eye and pink lip

The fashionable royal swept her hair behind her ears, showing off glittering earrings, and kept her makeup classic with a simple smokey eye and pink lip.

With a keen eye for detail, the Argentine-born royal removed her green glove to reveal a perfectly painted nude manicure.

It is the Dutch royal couple’s first time in Ireland during their six-year reign after being invited by President Higgins in a bid to further bolster relations between the two countries.

The couple, who will stay in Ireland for three days, plan to divide their time between Dublin and Cork.

Maxima beamed as she shook hands with the President Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne, who greeted the royals upon their arrival into the capital

Maxima beamed as she shook hands with the President Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne, who greeted the royals upon their arrival into the capital

King Willem-Alexander looked dapper in a navy blazer and matching trousers, as well as a bright blue tie

King Willem-Alexander looked dapper in a navy blazer and matching trousers, as well as a bright blue tie

King Willem-Alexander looked dapper in a navy blazer and matching trousers, as well as a bright blue tie

President Higgins and his wife will receive the King and Queen at their official residence Áras an Uachtaráin. 

A short meeting will follow a welcome ceremony, after which the royals will plant a tree in the garden and ring the Peace Bell. 

They also plan to lay a wreath in Dublin’s Garden of Remembrance, commemorating the men and women who died in the struggle for Irish independence. 

This afternoon, a meeting will take place at the national parliament building, Leinster House.

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