Queen Mathilde visited ASD Home Care Center in Jambes

On October 13, 2017, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited ASD (Aide et soins a domicile) Home Care Center which is a elders care organization in Jambes, Namur.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited ASD (Aide et soins a domicile) Home Care Center in Jambes, Namur. Natan Dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited ASD (Aide et soins a domicile) Home Care Center in Jambes, Namur. Natan Dress
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited ASD (Aide et soins a domicile) Home Care Center in Jambes, Namur. Natan Dress

7 comments:

  1. smijt die outfit maar weg, die antieke blouse

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    1. I translated that and I agree! Both the fussy blouse and the too high-waisted skirt are unflattering and should be retired.

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    2. I said I wasn't going to comment further until she changed styles but I did not mean she should make it worse!

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    3. @ Hero, 'Haha'!,that was funny!

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  2. Bow blouses seem to be the new royal uniform. They´re everywhere on our royal ladies. And no-where else. Looks like a forced trend, a fashion dictate by stylists.

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  3. I learned here on this blog that this Queen (aktually one of the Queens) of Belgium is not 60+. So why is she always dressed in ill-fitted garments that say nothing but 'granny'? Bow blouses were trendy 3-4 years ago and should be worn by young women, IMO.

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