Queen Maxima and Queen Mathilde opens Sculpture Exhibition Vormidable

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture on May 20, 2015 in The Hague, Netherlands.(The exhibition shows current and upcoming flemish artists.)
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the exhibition of the Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Flemish Sculpture
Quuen Maxima Style - Queen Mathilde Style - NATAN Dresses
NATAN Dresses

12 comments:

  1. Wonderful queens!!

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  2. Talk about COLORFUL! Wow! My eyes are in overdrive looking at those bright colors on Maxima and Mathilde. But they both do look spectacular.

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  3. They're beautifull together! Máxima is the most surprising. Stunning!

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    1. Yes, she is, and so is her hat! Funny how both Mathilde and Maxima, commoners, have landed princes who became kings, and the are so warm ad simple compared to "royal born" royals

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  4. Love the outfits!! However, Matilda's hat is so boring, wish she had a different one.

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  5. Maxim is a commoner BUT NOT MATHILDE!! She comes from royal background herself baroness family (Wikipedia info. read more)!!

    BUT absolutely AGREEEE!! BOTH are Always stylish! elegant and extravagant! the rest of the royals should learn from them, taking FASHION STYLE TIPS!!!

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    1. She is from a Noble family NOT Royal.

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  6. "Commoner" is defined differently depending on the country. Mathilde belongs to the nobility but not royalty. She is a lovely woman, the first ever Belgian-born spouse of a king. Both she and Maxima, not born into stuffy royal circles, are much more attuned to people, they both worked before marriage, as did queen Letizia of Spain, also a commoner, all 3 are much more in touch with reality.

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  7. "Commoner" is defined differently depending on the country. Mathilde belongs to the nobility but not royalty. She is a lovely woman, the first ever Belgian-born spouse of a king. Both she and Maxima, not born into stuffy royal circles, are much more attuned to people, they both worked before marriage, as did queen Letizia of Spain, also a commoner, all 3 are much more in touch with reality.

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  8. Fabulous outfits... Each.. We lived in NL (Holland) when Maxima became a princess. The 'commoner' discussion was sorted many years ago, and she has won the hearts and minds of the country and represents iwith much dignity. The 'commoner' discussion, I believe is an old fashion thing, as it will be (if not already) that every royal house in Europe ( and Japan, I believe) will have a spouse out of 'their country gentry' if you will (male would be in Sweden). These men and women giveup their private, working lives solely for the crown(s). And many of the women (of gentry) "did not want the job". I hope we can turn to give these folks all of our full respect and honour that they deserve; and frankly, there is nothing common or ordinary about any of them.

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  9. Well, here we have two beautiful and very elegant women .......... two queens who have an excellent sense of dressing code ... Mathilde is a pretty woman. Maxima is a typical Latin woman .......... an Argentinian beauty ............. I like them both !!!!!!

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  10. Mathilde doesn't need to wear a belt with all her outfits.

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