Princess Beatrix met with Slovakia's President Andrej Kiska

Dutch Princess Beatrix visits President Andrej Kiska of Slovakia at the presidential palace in Bratislava. Princess Beatrix and President Andrej Kiska open the exhibition European Stars: Miro and Cobra at the Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum on June 30, 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia. The opening symbolizes the transfer of the presidency of the European Union. Netherlands handover of the rotating six-month Presidency of the Council of the European Union to Slovakia will take place on 01 July.
Princess Beatrix visits President Andrej Kiska of Slovakia at the presidential palace in Bratislava
Princess Beatrix visits President Andrej Kiska of Slovakia at the presidential palace in Bratislava
Princess Beatrix visits President Andrej Kiska of Slovakia at the presidential palace in Bratislava
Princess Beatrix visits President Andrej Kiska of Slovakia at the presidential palace in Bratislava

9 comments:

  1. I think she is awesome but that hat looks like a cake. It's a little too much for me. But the color is great an she looks per usual fabulous!

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  2. Always smiling her lovely smile, such a charming and exceptionaly stylish lady. To me, having grown up with her as our queen, she will always stay Queen Beatrix. Very nice to see her happy and healthy.

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  3. She's always so elegant ! Still has a strong sense of duty ! Admirable!

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  4. She always looks so bright! It's lovely that she remains so active. That hat and those ruffles are spectacular!

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  5. She must have borrowed that ugly hat from her daughter in law!

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  6. Queen Beatrix is beautiful in that dress.

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  7. She looks beautiful but agree on the hat. Although it looks a bit smashing also.

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