Queen Mathilde and King Philippe attends a mass at the Church of Our Lady

On February 17, 2016, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family at the Church of Our Lady (Dutch: Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk van Laken - French: Église Notre-Dame de Laeken) in Laeken, Brussels, Belgium.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Filip of Belgium, Princess Maria Esmeralda of Belgium and Princess Lea attends a special mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family

5 comments:

  1. Princess Esmeralda looks very feminine with long hair now!

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  2. Wrap-coats always look like bathing gowns...

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  3. I love Queen Mathilde's ensemble!

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  4. Cashmere coat's hem has been shortened and it has taken away the natural swirls from it. Also sleeves should be a couple of inches longer on the coat.

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  5. @10:12PM agree with you.

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