Queen Mathilde visits the exhibition '@yourservice' at the Egmont Palace

Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels on July 17, 2015. (Organized by the Belgian Foreign Affairs on the occasion of National Day the exhibition features works by various Belgian artists including Mr. Johan Muyle, Ms. Stéphane Halleux, and Mr. Michaël Aerts to name a few)
Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium the inaugurated the exhibition, @yourservice, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels

19 comments:

  1. I can see the abolition of the Belgian monarchy if Mathilde keeps this up, she will not garner any public sympathy or confidence due to her lack of judgement.

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    1. Why do you say that? What do you mean?

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    2. Don't talk rubbish !!! 5.23

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    3. Why is she creating so much tension with her clothes? Her clothes WILL jeopardize the monarchy!

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    4. Why so much tension??
      Please elaborate. How could that jeopardize the monarchy??

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    5. Scandalous!
      Please debate the issue.

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  2. Ik vind dat de Belgen een beeldschone koningin hebben!

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  3. isn't it the same dress as queen Maxima? it looks a lot like it.

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  4. What ? keeping up what? what lack of judgment? You don't make any sense! I think she looks lovely.

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  5. In the past two weeks Mathilde has worn similar dress, shoes and hat to Max. She should avoid that altogether and wear her own unique clothes/accessories otherwise she is degrading the monarchy and hurting herself and others by doing that. Shame on you Mathilde!

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    1. OMG you're just too funny, degrading the monarchy? lol Shame on YOU!

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    2. Maybe Max should stop shopping for clothes and accessories in Belgium ... After all it was Mathilde who first started shopping at Natan and Fabienne Delvigne, so who's copying who?? I'm sure there are far greater threats to the existence of the Belgian monarchy than the clothes Queen Mathilde chooses to wear. Believe me, no one loses any sleep over that :)

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    3. Second rate designer Natan had caused World War 3 between Belgium and the Netherlands... And will bring Mathilde to her knees.

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  6. Mathilda wears Nathan a Belgian couturier. Maxima is also wearing Nathan. Mathilde has the right to wear Nathan. Maxima should start wearing Dutch couturiers.

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    1. Natan - not Nathan, there is no letter h.

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  7. I remember Maxima wearing this dress (with orange accessories) but think it's no big deal that Mathilde has now worn it too.

    They are very different ladies and have quite a different style. Plus, Nathan should NOT be an exclusive brand of Mathilde nor Maxima.
    It would be as ridiculous as saying that just bc McQueen is British and Kate has worn it NO Other royal can now wear it O.o Crazy much?

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  8. I love the dress Mathilde is wearing. I wish Maxima had worn it the same way. I think it looks great on Mathilde, she looks younger and more vibrant in this dress than she does normally, don't know if it is the colour or the style, but she looks beautiful.

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  9. WOW!!!!Monarchy being dissolved because of outfits? What a brainer!

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  10. Queen Mathilde is very stylish and she looks good in this dress. I don't see how she can jeopardize the Belgian monarchy.

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