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Willem-Alexander and Máxima from the Netherlands
The royal couple swing the rolling pin

King Willem-Alexander and Máxima of the Netherlands at the Brotfabrik event center in Vienna.

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Willem-Alexander and Máxima visited an event center on Tuesday. He swung the rolling pin, she showed her talent for baking.

King Willem-Alexander (55) and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (51) rolled the rolling pin on the second day of their state visit to Austria. “The royal couple visited the Brotfabrik cultural center, where projects promoting social integration were discussed. They also helped to prepare dishes,” he added. it’s written on the royal couple’s Instagram page to two photos from the Tuesday morning visit to Vienna’s Favoriten district.

On the spot, the two tied their aprons. And especially Máxima, who wore a gray lace dress with a matching hat, “made a beautiful figure as a royal fairy of the kitchens and lent a hand in the preparation of the dishes”, as summarized by the newspaper “Krone”..

In addition to the small “oat bran flatbreads” kneaded and shaped by the queen, there was also a “Turkish Menemen egg dish with onions, tomatoes and peppers” and “falafel filled with a mixture of tomatoes and onions and a tahini sauce with various herbs and vegetables”. A curd yogurt cream with various berries was served as a dessert.

So it went on for the Oranje Royals

After visiting the cultural centre, which also serves lunch to refugees from the war-torn region since Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, the royal couple went to the National Library. There, the ceremonial hall was visited.

In the afternoon there is a meeting with Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer (49, ÖVP) and in the evening a concert by the Dutch Chamber Choir in the Konzerthaus.

At the end of the state visit, the Oranje Royals will travel by train to Graz in Styria on Wednesday.



Source www.gala.de

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