This Queen seem like a fun and very intelligent women
I read she used work in a bank or something before marriage to a prince.
I myself I Don't see attractions towards the king, I mean he not good looking. But can see she general wants be with him for him
I wish we had somebody like her and Queen letizia of Spain instead of a kate that uk have..Kate is plan boring and don't even know if she smart. Prince William is too stiff.
I hope her children take some of her *especially the heir *while all the children will need to support themselves* her intelligence, hard work and enjoying doing it. The way she present herself .
A question do you think she try too hard when she always smiling etc
She the one that making this royal more alive as her husband king is bit boring, I am wrong?
*sorry for any spelling mistakes
I guess it also works because Maxima supports causes and initiatives which fit her background and interests. Besides the 'regular stuff'
Maxima graduated with a degree in Economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina in 1995, and later completed her studies with a Master in the United States. As a student she worked (1989-1990) at Mercado Abierto S.A., where she performed research at software for the financial markets. From 1992 till 1995 she was employed at the sales department of Boston Securities S.A. in Buenos Aires. Maxima also worked as a teacher of English language to children and adults, and of Mathematics for high school students and freshmen. She subsequently worked for large international finance companies in Argentina, New York, and Brussels.
According to the Dutch language Wiki:
After her study Economics Maxima went living in New York. From July 1996 till March 1998 she was vice-president Latin American Institutional Sales at the banc HSBC James Capel Inc. Subsequently till 1999 Maxima was vice-president Upcoming Markets at the banc Dresdner Kleinwort Benson. After that, till August 200, she was vice-president Institutional Sales at the Deutsche Bank
Over time Maxima has particulary been involved in projects, commissions, organisations, etc with regard to economics and immigration. Based on her background and her being an immigrant herself both fitting subjects.
Before her marriage Maxima took the compulsory inburgerings (naturalization) course for immigrants. Shortly after her marriage since July 2003 Maxima participated in the temporary commission Participation of Women from Ethnic Minorities, who advised the Dutch government in the field of integration of ethnic minorities. Maxima seemed to focus on issues surrounding the integration of immigrant women. The committee was disbanded on July 2005. M?xima stresses the importance for immigrants of learning the Dutch language (as she did) in order to fully participate in Dutch society. Dutch is actually the Queen's third language; she is also fluent in Spanish (her native language) and English. She speaks French to a conversational level.
Maxima was granted a seat in the Council of State in October 2004, the highest advisory body of the government. She can since then attend the deliberations and participate. But she is not a member and has no voting rights.
Maxima has a seat on the board of governors of the Chair on the Management of Diversity and Integration at the Free University of Amsterdam (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam); she (along with her husband) is a patron of the Orange Fund (established to promote social welfare and cohesion in the Netherlands); and she also chairs the Board of Trustees of the Prince Claus Chair in Development and Equity of the International Institute of Social Studies and the University of Utrecht.
She participated in projects like Money week (Geldweek) and other money awareness programs (mainly focused on the youth).
M?xima is one of the few members of royal families anywhere in the world to be an open supporter of gay rights, and was the first member of a royal family to attend an LGBT rights conference, having attended a conference concerned with LGBT rights on 5 March 2008
Since 2009 she is the official advocate of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for inclusive finance for development. In that capacity, she gives advice to the Secretary-General to make available all over the world of financial services for everyone. Because of her efforts, she received on March 21, 2014 in Baden-Baden, the German Media Prize 2013.
M?xima is also the Honorary Patron of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) since June 2011. In this role she works with governments and partners to advance the G20 Action Plan on Financial Inclusion, and the G20 Financial Inclusion Peer Learning Program. Previously, the Queen was a member of the Advisors Group for the United Nations' International Year of Microcredit 2005 and until 2009, was a member of UN Advisors Group on Inclusive Financial Sectors.