Queen Mathilde attends the 2017 Baillet Latour award ceremony

Queen Mathilde of Belgium attended the awards ceremony of Baillet Latour Health and Clinical Research at the Academy Palace on April, 20 2017 in Brussels. Since 2015 the "Baillet Latour Fund" has been awarding grants to young independent investigators to conduct medical research in Belgium. This initiative has replaced the former InBev–Baillet Latour Prize for Clinical research.
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony
Queen Mathilde was glowing in a bold, form-fitting pastel-hued dress, she wore with a pair of classic nude heels, as she arrived at the Baillet Latour Health Prize ceremony

7 comments:

  1. No. Im not in love with this dress. The shape is nice. Maybe longer in a different color.

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  2. NO! Omg, this dress does not fit at all, too small, too tight, too short....where do I begin? Nice shoes and bag though.

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  3. Why are so many M. dresses to small for her? She is beautiful and has toned body but in such dresses she looks weird.

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    1. This is what I don't understand, Masha. She must by these clothes somewhere, I don't think she orders online, this means there is a fitting before you buy. A designer who wants the best for their famous client, a shop assistant who knows her job would not have sold it to her. I just don't get it. And this happens so often with Mathilde. Same for Mette-Marit and Stéphanie. It's beyond me.
      The colors are actually suit her, beige/brown/pink, she looks beautiful in the first and last picture.

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  4. I want to like the dress but it is a bit tight and far too short. The skirt front pleats don't work for her, either.

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