Maxima soon embraced Dutch culture and moved to the Netherlands, making learning the language a top priority. TDespite having dual Argentine and Dutch citizenship, the royal explained she would not be losing her native identity. Speaking in an interview, she said: "I am Latin and I will continue being Latin. I dance, I sing and I will keep on dancing and singing." When asked if Willem-Alexander joined in the fun, she replied: "I keep trying to push him. His hips are a little rigid."
MyRoyals: State Visit to Canada, St. John's Newfoundland, May 27, 2015-King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima began a three-day visit to the nation; the Dutch royal family has a particularly close connection to Canada as Willem-Alexander's grandmother, mother, and aunts spent World War II there in exile and Princess Margriet was born there in 1942.
On their May 2015 State Visit to Canada, King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima presented the city of Torono with 7 'Tulpi' chairs, which resemble the Netherlands' official flower, the tulip. Here Queen Maxima is shown sitting in one that is pulled down to make a seat.