Queen Máxima of the Netherlands
These royals rely on comfort in their home office
Máxima of the Netherlands held a virtual meeting barefoot. Other royals also rely on a cozy atmosphere in their home office.
Styled upstairs, cozy downstairs: Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (49) caused a smile with a photo from her home office. During a video conference as part of her job as the UN special envoy, she took off her shoes and followed the virtual meeting barefoot. Royal members from other European royal houses also rely on comfort at meetings in their own four walls, as they show on Instagram.
Frederik von Denmark (52) recently found himself at a wooden table and with a coffee mug next to the laptop for a video chat. The member of the Danish Royals also relies on plants in the room, which create a cozy atmosphere. His wife Mary (48) currently likes to settle in her study at Amalienborg Palace to communicate with the outside world in the corona pandemic. There, four large black and white portraits of your children on the walls create a cozy atmosphere.
Duchess Camilla (73), wife of the British heir to the throne Prince Charles (72), already granted private views of her office, which is equipped with many books and souvenir pictures, during video conferences. The Norwegian Crown Prince couple Mette-Marit (47) and Haakon (47) also like to take a relaxed position for virtual conversations. In December 2020 they appeared on a sofa in front of which a laptop has been placed on a small table. In the background, candles shine next to fresh flowers.