Baptism of Princess Eleonore - A look back at Royal christenings

Princess Claire of Belgium, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden holding Princess Eleonore of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium during the baptism of Princess Eleonore
Princess Claire of Belgium, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden holding Princess Eleonore of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium during the baptism of Princess Eleonore at the Chapel of Ciergnon Castle on June 14, 2008 in Ciergnon, Belgium.
Cardinal Danneels, Count Sebastien von Westphalen, Princess Claire of Belgium, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Queen Mathilde carrying Princess Eeonore and King Philippe of Belgium during the baptism of Princess Eleonore
Cardinal Danneels, Count Sebastien von Westphalen, Princess Claire of Belgium, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Queen Mathilde carrying Princess Eeonore and King Philippe of Belgium during the baptism of Princess Eleonore in the Chapel of Ciergnon Castle in Ciergnon, Belgium.

8 comments:

  1. Slow day - what's the point of this?

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    1. A look back?

      Which is nice ..... oh this blog and the snark

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    2. Blogger has of course right to publish what ever she likes. I keep picture of Victoria with little baby very topical.

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  2. I think it is rather nice to have the occasional flashbacks to Royal events.

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  3. The first picture is very emotional one. Victoria with a little baby, she looks madonna.

    Those pictures are almost eight years old, it is weid that King Philippe looks now younger and better IMO. Or is it that I am geting old and starting to like older gray gentleman. Queen Mathilde looks today very much alike too.

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  4. i love it!!!! Victoria and Eleonore are so cute!!

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