Queen Mathilde visits the Magritte exhibition in Paris

Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited an exhibition dedicated to late Belgian surrealist painter Rene Magritte ("Magritte: La Trahison des images" exhibition) at Cnetre Pompidou Museum on October 05, 2016 in Paris, France.
Queen Mathilde style new season dress coat trench coat diamond gold earrings jewellery wore blue dress
Queen Mathilde style new season dress coat trench coat diamond gold earrings jewellery wore blue dress
Queen Mathilde style new season dress coat trench coat diamond gold earrings jewellery wore blue dress
Queen Mathilde style new season dress coat trench coat diamond gold earrings jewellery wore blue dress

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  1. " Ceci n'est pas une robe "

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  2. Very elegant! Lovely as always!

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  3. The sleeves would look nicer longer. It looks off somehow with the length and the volume of the sleeve.

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    1. Agree and so wish she could skip her helmet and go for a younger and more modern hairstyle.

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    2. Me too! She needs a new 'do !!!

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  4. Not keen on bellowing sleeves ! The colour and length is lovely on her !

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  5. I think the dress is perfect. The sleeves cant be longer as it would be too heavy on top half

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  6. I love this dress! It's so flattering on Queen Mathilde.

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  7. Not everyone looks good in a teenager's hairstyle. QM looks like a stewardess and that's the way it should be I think. Very elegant.

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  8. The colour is great for Mathilde. But I really don't like the sleeves. Nice brooch.

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  9. I really wish Mathilde would update her look, she is aging herself prematurely, she younger than other Queens and Crown Princesses, yet she looks older. A new hairstyle would do wonders, something less stiff, less formal and old fashioned.

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