Queen Mathilde attended SDG meeting in Harelbeke

On June 14, 2017, Queen Mathilde attended the meeting with representatives of companies who signed the Belgian SDG Charter (UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals) for international cooperation and development at the Vyncke company building in Harelbeke. The Belgian SDG Charter for International Development outlines the commitment of the Belgian private sector, civil society and the public sector on the basis of the 5 P's of Sustainable Development: People, Planet, Profit, Peace and Partnerships.
Queen Mathilde attended the meeting of Belgian SDG Charter on Sustainable Development Goals at Vyncke in Harelbeke
Queen Mathilde attended the meeting of Belgian SDG Charter on Sustainable Development Goals at Vyncke in Harelbeke
Queen Mathilde attended the meeting of Belgian SDG Charter on Sustainable Development Goals at Vyncke in Harelbeke
Queen Mathilde attended the meeting of Belgian SDG Charter on Sustainable Development Goals at Vyncke in Harelbeke
Queen Mathilde attended the meeting of Belgian SDG Charter on Sustainable Development Goals at Vyncke in Harelbeke

8 comments:

  1. Doesn't that print look like something Maxima wore once with that ghastly lobster necklace ? Natan if I am not mistaken?

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    1. Tout à fait Mais je crois avec des manches mi-longues

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  2. Strange cut and material of the dress...

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  3. Thais is a cut that she wears frequently but today the waist of the dress is too high and It isn't flattering.

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  4. If I am not wrong, she wears always (o.k.: almost!) the same cut and size on her dresses. I would highly recommend a few changes - to make those outfits more perfectly on/to her body-shape. The fabrics and colours are mostly well choosen and not at all cheap.;)

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  5. She looks nice, just because of who she is, I think - the smile, the warmth.
    That said, the dress does seem to be very high-waisted, which is often an issue with her clothes. I would think her clothes could be adjusted to suit her tall, high-waisted shape so that they are more flattering.

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  6. It really puzzles me why women who have plenty of money don't have a pattern-maker who will make a master version of a pattern that suits their height and width. It isn't that tough to do and could be used over and over, changing fabric and decoration to suit the occasion and climate. Queen Mathilde, Duchess Catherine. Princess Stephanie, Princess Mette-Marit etc. could all do this to their benefit. Princess Beatrix does it all of the time and looks fabulous. So does Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, and Queen Elizabeth, for that matter.

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  7. A variety of styles will be great.....otherwise its only the marial that changes ...i am sure other styles will also look good on her

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