Queen Mathilde welcomes Jordan's Queen Rania

Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcomes Jordan's Queen Rania before a meeting in Brussels on January 12, 2016.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium met with Jordan's Queen Rania
Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcomes Jordan's Queen Rania before a meeting in Brussels
Queen Mathilde of Belgium met with Jordan's Queen Rania
Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcomes Jordan's Queen Rania before a meeting in Brussels

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  1. Nice pictures! I'm wondering why Mathilde is wearing a clutch in her own palace...
    Don't like the outfit of Mathilde, too classy

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    1. Queen Elizabeth often carries a handbag in Buckingham Palace, which I think looks a little odd too!

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  2. i like Queen Mathilde's outfit more than Queen Rania's

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    1. I don't like either outfit!

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  3. Queen Mathilde's outfit makes her look at home and comfortable yet professional at the same time. Queen Rania, on the otherhand, doesn't seem to be comfortable. I don't like her coat with the 'flourescent' stripes over it...

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  4. Too many fussy details with Rania's outfit, again. With the money she spends on high fashion she'd do well hiring a stylist.

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  5. Queen Rania has something wrong with her look , the long coat maybe !

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  6. Rainia was in Norway yesterday. Had a meeting with the prime minister and went to audience and lunch at the palace...NOT a comment on his blog as usual. Mette în a beautiful dress, Rainia naahhh. http://bilde.kk.no/imgfly/600/0/styles/frontpage_4_3_imgfly/public/images/article/02/tacd2ba0_0.jpg?itok=gYcGbzGd

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