Queen Mathilde delivers the Baillet Latour Health Prize 2016

Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace on April 14, 2016 in Brussels. This year the Award is dedicated to research in the field of infectious diseases. This prestigious award encourages medical research in Belgium. The Queen wore a top and skirt from Natan.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attends the ceremony for the 2016 Baillet Latour Health Prize at the Academy Palace in Brussels. Queen wore Natan dress

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  1. Oh no Mathilde this was a miss.

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    1. The fabrics are lovely, especially the color on the Queen, but the skirt shape is very strange. It looks like they stood the fabric on end and then put a belt around it. Odd.

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    2. This skirt would be much better full length with this dramatic fabric and severe gathering.

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  2. Wrong wrong wrong not only dress but red lipstick also.

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  4. Ok ... this is just not a good look. The skirt is stiff. It's sitting too high up almost at her breast. No waist. The fabric is pretty. She is pretty but this outfit is tres laid ....

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  5. Like the blouce like skirt, together not the best match !

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