Queen Mathilde and King Philippe visit Nezu Shrine in Tokyo

Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium visited the Nezu Shrine on the first day of a state visit to Japan of the Belgian Royals on Monday 10 October 2016, in Tokyo, Japan. Nezu Shrine in Tokyo's Bunkyo ward near Ueno Park is one of Japan's oldest shrines. The Shinto shrine was established in 1705.
Belgian Royals visit Nezu Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Queen Mathilde and King Philippe
Belgian Royals visit Nezu Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Queen Mathilde and King Philippe
Belgian Royals visit Nezu Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Queen Mathilde and King Philippe

4 comments:

  1. Welcome to my country !
    We are so excited !

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  2. Simple design, and another lovely colour on HM. She looks lovely !

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  3. Lovely dress. And I think it´s the little bit of flair of the skirt at the bottom that turns it from plain to lovely. Another little detail added (brooch? necklace? belt?) would have made it even better.

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  4. Boring. Mathilde used to wear really interesting jewellery when she was younger, it is a shame she doesn't wear any of it anymore to liven up her outfits.

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