Queen Mathilde visited the 'Antwerp Baroque 2018' festival

On July 3, 2018, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in Antwerp M HKA museum. Peter Paul Rubens was a prolific seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque painter, and a proponent of an exuberant Baroque style that emphasized movement, color, and sensuality.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum. Natan trousers
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum. Natan trousers
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum. Natan trousers
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum. Natan trousers
Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited 'Rubens: The Master Lives' exhibition held at the Peter Paul Rubens House in the Antwerp M HKA museum

24 comments:

  1. Mathilde likes those colourful, bold, fancy trousers. I don´t. I don´t think they´re that great. I would have liked a (pleated?) knee-length skirt made from that fabric, instead of those big trousers.

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  2. Mathilde needs to burn those pants.

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  3. these pants are not suitable for Mathilde.

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    1. Frankly, that style doesn't suit anyone, fashion be damned. Flamboyant Maxima could get away with it, but even so, they're awful.

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  4. Nice blouse, the slacks is too stripy for me but a nice shape. Mathilda is taller so she can carry it off easy,her shoes are nice.

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  5. Oh no. All I see is that pair of pants. It's too much; they're way too wide and short as well. At least wear dark pantyhose to match the shoes and lengthen the legs. Take those things off and burn them!!

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  6. Love that museum - it's wonderful. Hate those trousers - give them back to the zebras.

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  7. No no. Seen from a distance - when she walks into the room - all you see are two pillars of stripes. She always wears pants high waist which makes this look even longer. Iit is out of proportion: the blouse looks minimal, the pants almost cover 3/4 of her body. help, she is being swallowed by the monster.
    Well she is allowed a miss - M. usually gets it right!!

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  8. That is a very lovely blouse, especially the sleeves and cuffs and the neckline. Comments on the pants are spot-on: too much for the eyes to enjoy, and I think they make her look very heavy on the bottom.

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  9. One of my rules of fashion; never wear horizontal stripes. They're just never flattering and always make you look bigger than you are. It's actually a scientific thing with the way our brans work. Even if you're a negative size 2 they're just going to make you look wider. Why would anyone want that?

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  10. Luckily there is that lovely lady in apricot-coloured dress and coat to rest the eyes after seeing the massively stripped, rigid trousers the queen is wearing. And the pictures, of course. A visit to the Rubenshuis in Antwerp is an experience that one desires to repeat.

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  11. Me encanta la camisa, el pantalón al ser largo no es tan malo como los que usa Letizia que además es baja, Matilde es alta, y tiene puernas muy largas, con falda estaría esplendida

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    1. Deja en paz a Letizia, que no pinta nada aquí. Mathilde es muy alta, pero la Reina de España NO es baja.
      ¿Cuántas piernas tiene, 3, 4? Yo sólo le veo 2, como todo el mundo.

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  12. Very, very ugly pants! Makes her look much wider at her hips.

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  13. Great material for a skirt or a dress, but pants, NO! Absolutely horrid!

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  14. I share your lack of enthousiasm for the pants (I already said so above), but I never dare make a comparison between Mathilde and the "apricot lady" on pic6, let's stick to realities.

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  15. Oh, good Lord, no! The blouse flows nicely, except for the cuffs.

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  16. I see most people have a negative reaction to her pants, but I like them. It is chic and sassy.

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  17. Queen Mathilde of Belgium looks very elegant, beautiful and intelligent.

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  18. Without these ugly knife-edge creases, the pants would have been ok, it would have given a softer impression almost like a skirt.

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