Queen Mathilde attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize

Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS, public center for social welfare, of Sint-Gilles/ Saint-Gilles, Brussels, Belgium on July 03, 2015. (Poverty reduction (Armoedebestrijding) is a term that describes the promotion of economic growth that will permanently lift as many people as possible over a poverty line.)
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends ceremony of the Federal Poverty Reduction Prize to the OCMW-CPAS

5 comments:

  1. Second photo: Mathilde does her usual party trick: "OMG, are these reeeally for meee?"
    She does this every.single.time.
    Natural? NOT
    Nice dress, my mum had a dress like that in the fifties (that's 1952).

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    1. She reminds me of princess Diana.

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    2. Accepting a huge bouquet of flowers at a poverty-reduction function. It is of note that the Spanish royal ladies have 99% eliminated receiving bouquets even though all other royals do (even King Harald). Lots of money is spent on flowers for these rich folks. But I do love to see those bouquets maybe even more than the outfits.

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  2. I'd love to see her in a completely different hairstyle. Her's seems stiff and terribly aging.

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    1. Mathilde has such beautiful flawless fair skin.

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