Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie visit Brussels

Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie of Luxembourg visited Brussels. Crown Couple met with Benelux Union general secretary at Benelux headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie visited Benelux headquarters in Brussels

25 comments:

  1. Certainement la plus sympathique des princesses d'Europe !

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    1. ¿En serio? Pues que dios nos pille confesados LOOL.

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  2. Ok clothes fit better. Thanks to the Gods and Goddesses in black baggy pant land for keeping those pants in the back of the closet. Though a bonfire might be nice -;)

    Hair is nice. Showing some skin for a change in an appropriate way. Show off those legs! The jacket is a tad tight.

    I wish she had a stylist. She just almost gets there but she is always a little lost in detail or color clashes.

    But this is another much better attempt. Plus she has the sweetest smile.

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    1. Maybe she should flash like we all know who and you will be a happy Diane!!

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    2. @ Susan N, why you have always idiotic comments???

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    3. I was replying to Susan, not you Kristina!

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    4. @Susan Nyambura - Stop trying to incite bad feeling ! It's unpleasant for others to read ! @Diane has not said anything in her comments that can be interpreted as disrespectful or warrant your reply !

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    5. I'd sit fireside with you. We could make smores & celebrate! @Diane
      @Susan- her chemise is a little low if that is your taste! If you are being snarky, tell us what you want to see fashion-wise. We'd love you to join & contribute to our fun!

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    6. @ M Hall? I am not looking for leg? My comments were about not wearing those awful pants. Many have said she has great legs. I certainly am not saying she should be inappropriate or trashy in her dress.

      @Susan you really are an unhappy person it seems. I have not ever read one comment from you that isn't directed in a ugly way at someone. Usually me. Not sure why that is either. Someone here called me inelegant and impertinent the other day... I think that suits you more. Of course now that person will say I am being inelegant again. About ready to leave this blog.

      The fun is gone

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    7. Diane, don't let nobody take the fun away!

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    8. Please don't leave, Diane. You call it like you see it, and have a refreshing way about phrasing your thoughts -- your witty sense of humor. Pretty cool. You also reach for a positive comment -- I agree with you about Princess Stephanie's smile -- very sweet and friendly.

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    9. Diane, I have only recently found this blog and it's a lot of fun - and your comments are always entertaining. Don't let someone spoil it for you.

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    10. Diane tus comentarios son siempre bien venidos. El humor es un buen punto de vista. Este es un foro amable donde comentar como cada uno entiende la moda. Pero no las personas con maldad.

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    11. Diane, Diane, Diane please do not leave , stay on this blog!

      It is beyond a doubt that many of us likes your comments here.

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    12. @Diane- I meant I rejoice with you in burning the pants (all 365!) while roasting marshmallow treats!

      The rest of my response was toward Susan.

      Susan should give her fashion opinions in respect to her tastes, but also respectful of the fun dialogue we have over designer/royal fashions. I hope she shares her point of view next time instead of worrying about the amount of skin a royal shows. It does ruin our fun!

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    13. Thank you all for the kind words and support. I very much enjoy this blog and all of you. I think we have a keen eye for fashion and also have become quite friendly as a group. It is a respite from the madness in the world.

      Maybe I am sensitive more than normal. I broke my ankle on Friday and it has been stressful. Worn out some.

      Again thank you 😊💖

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    14. Oh, so sorry to hear about your ankle.
      How will you dance on New Year's Eve?

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  3. Ne pas boutonner la veste serait déjà trés bien.

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  4. Outfit not horribly unstylish, it's an improvement. She actually looks like a nice young woman in the pics, as opposed to her normal middle aged woman style. Also just wanted to point out how sweet it looked in the first pic where it appears Guillaume is extending out his arm letting her go before him. It's nice to see for a change, rather than when the husband gets out of the car and completely leaves his wife behind like some other royal couples do.

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  5. Strange way to wear a scarf. And a mille fleur flower print dress is not good in winter, jacket is too tight. But strange enough the overall look is not even that bad.

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  6. I agree that this is a good effort and an improvement. The scarf looks like she was trying for a bit of flair and looks rather cute.
    She looks confident and happy and that certainly is a sweet smile.
    I rather like a dark floral print in winter as it's cheerful and whimsical.

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  7. Two or three inches longer dress and this could be fine. But not very bad outcoming at all.

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