Queen Mathilde, King Philippe and Princess Elisabeth in Tongeren

Queen Mathilde, King Philippe of Belgium and Crown Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant attended the eighteenth Coronation celebrations (Kroningsfeesten) on July 3, 2016 in Tongeren. The Coronation Celebration is traditionally celebrated every seven years. The celebrations last for four days.
Queen Mathilde, King Philippe and Crown Princess Elisabeth atCoronation Celebrations (Kroningsfeesten) in Tongeren. Wore Natan Dress
Queen Mathilde, King Philippe and Crown Princess Elisabeth atCoronation Celebrations (Kroningsfeesten) in Tongeren. Wore Natan Dress
Queen Mathilde, King Philippe and Crown Princess Elisabeth atCoronation Celebrations (Kroningsfeesten) in Tongeren. Wore Natan Dress
Queen Mathilde, King Philippe and Crown Princess Elisabeth atCoronation Celebrations (Kroningsfeesten) in Tongeren. Wore Natan Dress

6 comments:

  1. Queen Mathilde looks great. Like that kind of hats , very elegant look.

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  2. I love how Elisabeth and her mother coordinated their dresses!

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  3. I agree ! Queen Mathilde suits that style. It's always good to see her experiment with other styles, but she always carries this style off really well.

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  4. The turban style is so flattering on Queen Mathilde!

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  5. I don't like the hat. Together with the hairstyle it makes her look very matronly. And why does Elisabeth still have to dress like her little sister? She's almost 15. No teenager would wear that dress voluntarily.

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    1. I agree about the hat: whilest it suits Mathilde it's just too mums. No idea if any teenager would wear the dress voluntarily, Princess Elisabeth included, but it certainly looks too 'little girl'-ish for a 15 yrs old.

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