Queen Rania and King Abdullah state visit to Belgium - 1st Day

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan on before a reception at the royal palace in Brussels on May 18, 2016, during a state visit of Jordan's King and Queen to Belgium. The Jordan King and Queen are in Belgium for a state visit from 17 till 19 May.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium welcome King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels
Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels. Queen Mathilde wore Natan dress
Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels. Queen Mathilde wore Natan dress
Queen Rania of Jordan during an official welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Brussels. Queen Mathilde wore Natan dress
Queen Mathilde style A BAG WITH A STORY Clutch Queen Mathilde wore Natan Pumps
           (Dress; Natan) A BAG WITH A STORY Clutch                   NATAN Pumps

10 comments:

  1. Still not a fan of a dress that sticks out the bottom of a too short coat.

    Otherwise they all look very nice and nicely placed for height to balance the photo 😄😅

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  3. Deux reines très élégantes!

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  4. Love QM dress, not too keen on the hat ! It looks more like the hat's wearing her, rather than her wearing the hat !

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    1. If I might be a little wicked looks like she has a lampshade on her head ;)

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    2. It does look like a lampshade, aha. I don't care much for the dress though. And Abdullah being so short, I think Rania should not wear such high heels.

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  5. Both Queens look lovely - I ADORE Queen Mathilde's dress!

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  6. Mathildes,kleed,en,hoed,zijn.mooi.

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  7. To me Mathilde always looks so dignified and royal. The dress and hat are lovely. I love the noble feel she always seems to bring along.

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  8. Like Mathilde's dress, but the hat was a ridiculous choice when one knew one was going to be greeting people.

    I don't know why, but for some unknown reason I just don't like Queen Rania's ensemble. The dark shoes don't help, maybe it is the A line coat, something just doesn't sit well with me.

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