Queen Mathilde and King Philippe watched Bollylicious Show

On November 8, 2017, Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium watched Bollylicious dance and song performance held at the Ambassador's Residence in New Delhi. Bollylicious, a four-member Belgium-based dance collective, was a performance of Bollywood songs inspired by Rajasthani folk and semi-classical music as part of a cultural event to celebrate the visit of Belgian King and Queen to India.
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere. Bollywood Rajasthani folk semi music
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere. Bollywood Rajasthani folk semi music
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere. Bollywood Rajasthani folk semi music
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere. Bollywood Rajasthani folk semi music
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere, who make up the group, have been invited to India by Belgian Ambassador Jan Luykx on the occasion of the state visit of the royals.
Sooraj Subramaniam, Laura Neyskens, Tom Decuyper and Ayla Joncheere. Bollywood Rajasthani folk semi music

8 comments:

  1. How lovely to see them walking in hand, like newlyweds! Her dress is gorgeous, and the costumes are beautiful.

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    1. Yes, the Queen looks like a bride!

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    2. The dress is gorgeous, but I would have prefered a different colour. Not only because of the bride-y look but also because white in India is a colour of mourning, as far as I know.

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  2. Ils ont l'air relax et heureux. Beaux à voir!

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  3. Het bovenstukje van de jurk is prachtig maar de onderjurk trekt tegen, blijkbaar geen soepele stof. Toch ziet ze er vleiend uit.

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  4. I must say! For the first time she looks her age!

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