Belgian Royals attends a remembrance service at Royal Palace

Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace on May 22, 2016 in Brussels. Two bombers blew themselves up at the check-in area of Brussels airport, while a third detonated his explosives at Maalbeek - Maelbeek metro station near the EU headquarters on March 22 leaving 31 people dead and hundreds of injured. Islamic State group (IS) claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe  attended a royal remembrance service for the victims of the 22nd March 2016 attacks at the Royal Palace

3 comments:

  1. IMHO, an almost sleeveless dress is completely inappropriate for such a kind of event.
    Sorry, zero points this time, Mathilde

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  2. I disagree. I think she looks entirely appropriate.

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  3. Nothing wrong with this classic conservative dress, perfect for this event. Just wish she could get a younger hairstyle.

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