King Philippe and Queen Mathilde observe a minute of silence

King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during a homage ceremony at Palace of the Nation in Brussels on March 24, 2016, two days after a triple bomb attack, which responsibility was claimed by the Islamic State group, hit Brussels' airport and the Maelbeek - Maalbeek subway station, killing 31 people and wounding 270 others.
King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during
diamond earrings, diamond rings, diamond tiara, King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during a homage ceremony at Palace of the Nation in Brussels
diamond earrings, diamond rings, diamond tiara, King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during a homage ceremony at Palace of the Nation in Brussels
diamond earrings, diamond rings, diamond tiara, King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during a homage ceremony at Palace of the Nation in Brussels
diamond earrings, diamond rings, diamond tiara, King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium hold a minute of silence during a homage ceremony at Palace of the Nation in Brussels
King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium arrive at the 'Campus Gasthuisberg UZ' hospital in Leuven to visit victims of March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 24, 2016.
King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium arrive at the 'Campus Gasthuisberg UZ
King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium arrive at the 'Campus Gasthuisberg UZ
King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium arrive at the 'Campus Gasthuisberg UZ

5 comments:

  1. The world mourns with Belgium. Obama, president of the United States, watches a baseball game and does the wave in the stands in Cuba, and then dances the tango in Argentina.

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    1. Yes that is very upsetting to me. I understand business continues but that seemed very... tacky for the POTUS.

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  2. He showed no respect at all at the despair of hundreds of people and families; Europe had its sept.11 and was dancing and playing games! No respect at all!

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  3. Obviously you missed his speech in Cuba...

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    1. No I did not miss his speech. I just think as an American and may I say a supporter of Obama that he needed to tone it down a bit given the circumstances. The work continues but it was a tad tacky in my opinion.

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