Queen Mathilde visits Saint-Joseph school in Couvin

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin on February 3, 2016. (This visit of the Queen follows a round table on harassment in June 2015)
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Federation Wallonia - Brussels Minister of Compulsory Education, School Buildings, Childhood and Culture, Joelle Milquet and Namur province governor Denis Mathen visited the Saint-Joseph school in Couvin

22 comments:

  1. Ein sehr schönes, klassisches Kleid. Schwarz-weiß zusammen sieht immer elegant aus. Nur finde ich manchmal, dass Mathildes Kleider oder Röcke 2-3 cm länger sein könnten. Die wenigsten Frauen haben schöne Knie. Deshalb wäre die italienische (Rock)länge bei Mathilde ideal.

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    1. Das denke ich auch jedes Mal, wenn ich ihre Rocklänge sehe. Es sieht auch aus, als wäre sie aus dem Rock rausgewachsen.

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    2. Ja, das sieht man besonders auf dem letzten Foto.

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  2. j'aime beaucoup cette robe bicolore

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  3. HM has it all, beauty, gentleness, intelligence, and a serenity about her ! Lovely lady !

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  4. Mathilde is amazing and ...I wonder if she needs a coat !!The day seems rainy!

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  5. What do all those royal women do with the flowers? Do they hand them over to their "dames de compagnie"? (ladies in waiting). And how come Mathilde is the only person not wearing at least a sweater or jacket, when everybody else is bundled up? She seems very sincere, not giving herself airs, I'm sure there must be days when she'd rather stay home and read a good book.

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    1. I sometimes wonder if they never suffer from migraine or any other of a small but annoying little ailment. If they do, you don't see that.

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    2. Ladies in waiting? Only the old old royal ladys have those these days...These girls have a personal assistant/secretary or something like that.

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  6. Large horizontal stripes? Not for the figure of Queen Matilde

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    1. Why!???Is she fat????

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    2. No she is not fat, but everybody can see that stripes do not work. They are not good on her, so agree with 5:59. They don't work on most of the population on this earth so why do they continue to make them??

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  7. Glad to see Mathilde looking really classy and elegant.

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  8. I think she is such a good looking woman but her hair style makes her look older than she is...is just me thinking this?

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    1. I think the same. The hair is too big and there is no movement in the hair. Totally agree with you.
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    2. I agree with you too. Beautiful woman, but she looks so "old fashioned"; she could do a lot by changig her hair style.

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    3. No you are not. Mathilde have looked 20 years older than she is her entire royal life, her hair is old lady and so are most of her style, but once in a while she hits the mark, but not this time.

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  9. The dress does not look good the stripes are all in the wrong place also the top appears tight .

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  10. She looks great I think , beautiful out fit and a warm smile

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  11. I can see and understand what you are saying about the dress but I think she looks lovely. I've always admired Mathilde she goes about her duty firstly as princess and now as queen with dignity. She has a natural aura about her. To me she comes across very serene and effortlessly feminine . I always thought this family look so happy together.

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    1. Totally agree

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    2. She seems to be reflected and warm and always trying to meet challenges.

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