Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel at Friso Engineers 2016 award ceremony

On March 16, 2016, Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of The Netherlands. Royal Engineering Institute (KIVI) awards are given to engineers who make contribution to innovations, entrepreneurship and social fields. Prince Friso was a mechanical and space engineer and a member of KIVI.
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands
Princess Beatrix and Princess Mabel of The Netherlands attended 2nd Prince Friso Engineers award ceremony at InHolland school in Hague city of Netherlands

4 comments:

  1. Mabel's hair looks amazing, very nice. Her dress is basic but nice.
    Princess Beatrix looks chic as usual!

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  2. They both look lovely. It is so good to see Mabel smiling again.

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    1. My first thought also when I saw these pictures. Life goes on.

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  3. Mabel's hair looks beautiful and it is lovely to see her eyes shining and her beautiful smile again.

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