Prince Laurent and his family visited a shelter in Brussels

Prince Laurent of Belgium, his wife Princess Claire and their children Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs, organised by the Prince Laurent Foundation on January 5, 2017 in Brussels.
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs. Kotur winter sale
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs. Kotur winter sale
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs. Kotur winter sale
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs. Kotur winter sale
Prince Laurent, Princess Claire, Prince Nicolas, Prince Aymeric and Princess Louise of Belgium visited a shelter for the homeless and their dogs

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  1. Princess Louise seems to be the very spitting image of her mother. I like Claire, she's not flashy, like some pseudo-Greek crown princess I could name. It's true that she and her husband don't have a role to play in the 'royal show biz', and Laurent has been reported to be the 'enfant terrible' of the Belgian royal family.

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  2. Avec sa fondation (et son comportement exemplaire envers sa demi-sœur Delphine), le prince Laurent a définitivement gagné mon estime ! Il endosse le rôle du "vilain petit canard" de la famille - mais, à mes yeux, c'est lui le plus humain et le plus respectable.

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  3. The last we saw, they were visiting Queen Paola. Is there an update on her condition? These photo opportunities at charities supported by the rich are very awkward. To me it is more seemly to do your 'good works' quietly and let the needy have some dignity.

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    1. I also think that these charity visits often seem awkward, especially when it seems to just be just a visit and no actual "helping" is bring done. I'm not sure what the point is, even if the Prince's Foundation is supporting this shelter.
      I wonder why they are wearing thick coats indoors!

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    2. Maybe, because on charity occasions like this, the vips are indoor only for five minutes to get the photo done. No need to take your coat off! And also, psychologically spoken, wrapped up in a thick coat and scarf, they may feel more safe, you don't feel the rather unpleasant reality of such a place directly under your skin.

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    3. That is what I was thinking Beth. I have worked with the mentally ill and homeless for years and many feel uncomfortable among them for various reasons. Keeping a coat on is a sort of shield.

      However it seems like even those in the background are in coats. Could it be cold in the shelter?

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    4. A shelter should at least be warm. I think it is, let's hope the best, Diane, for those in need.

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  4. I wonder what kind of pie that is lol!

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    1. You make me laugh Chelsea :)

      The color looks like cheese lol but maybe apricot? Could it be a like a savory quiche?

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    2. So Chelsea and Diane, you not into fashion anymore but into baking now ? LOL LOL LOL

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    3. Glad I can be a source of laughter to you Diane :) Perhaps it could be a quiche, I see another pie sitting at the edge of the table looks like some kind of berry pie.

      Kristina if I had to choose between food or fashion....oh boy would that be a hard decision for me! A foodie fashion blog would be awesome, it would show you what's going to be the hot new trend and teach you how to bake an awesome pie!

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    4. Chelsea, stay with fashion we need you here!
      Life is too short to spend the time baking pies.You can always buy the pie.
      Happy eating !

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    5. Kristina, I'm actually a horrible cook, so I won't be baking pies anytime soon. I'm reminded of that quote from Sex & The City by Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie "When I first moved to New York I bought Vogue instead of dinner. I just felt it fed me more." Hahaha!

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    6. Chelsea , you are not alone .I don't know how to cook also.
      Like that saying from Sex & The City!

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    7. LOL @ Kristina!

      I love fashion but I admit I am huge foodie. I watch all the cooking shows. I love to cook. However, I hate to sew. Bores me to death. Though I love the Project Runway shows. They can make it and I will wear it LOL

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