Queen Jetsun Pema attends first foundation day of JDWNRH

Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH ) in Thimphu. Since it was established in 1950, the hospital has been supplying free basic medical treatment as well as advanced surgeries and emergency services to citizens from all over the country. The hospital is one of five medical service centers within Thimphu.
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu. Style of Queen Jetsun Pema
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu. Style of Queen Jetsun Pema
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu. Style of Queen Jetsun Pema
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu. Style of Queen Jetsun Pema
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan attended the first foundation day of the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu. Style of Queen Jetsun Pema

16 comments:

  1. Truth be said...I don't think this royal family belongs on this blog. Their fashion is different from western style. Like to which event can we wear their clothes!

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    1. I think it’s not bad to watch beautiful national costumes like Butan or Japan. It’s break time for me !
      I sometimes tired of Maxima,Mathilde,Victoria,Letizia,Meghan.....
      Oh....

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    2. This is the first time it has occurred to me that people read this blog to find fashion they can wear!! I LOVE seeing this beautiful and graceful Royal lady here. This is what I come for - to admire and learn about royalty (and to enjoy seeing their clothing choices).

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    3. Diversity is good though. And a lot if designers are influenced by other cultures. I know some people freak about culture appropriation, but whatever. I like to see what Royals wear from different cultures.

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    4. I'm a bit envious you go to events where you might wear some of these clothes - what a great way to get inspiration. I come here out of fascination with their royal lives which bear no relation to mine. I always love to see the Bhutanese royals, and especially Princess Masako who is slowly emerging from her cloistered world.

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    5. The blog is called mynewroyals so of course ALL the royals should be included regardless of which part of the world they come from. It is great to broaden your views.

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  2. Queen Jetson Pema always wears the most beautiful national costumes the colors are so a life as I said once before , Beauty and Grace combined in one Lady.

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  3. "...Like to which event can we wear their clothes!"

    That's up to you. No one is telling you what you can and cannot wear. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge found a way to effectively use Bhutanese fabric in an outfit that was very successful. And I don't have to point out that there are several Western Royals sometimes featured here, whose choice of styles leave many shaking their head and asking the same question.
    Beauty and style come in many forms. Embrace and enjoy them.

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    1. Totally agree with you!

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  4. For me no designer in this world can make such beautiful clothes!

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    1. Indeed -- these garments are sublime.

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  5. "Like to which event can we wear their clothes!"
    Lololol....to which events do you wear their (Royals) Gala clothes and Tiara's?
    The Buthan Queen is a very beautiful and gracious woman, she always wears the most beautiful colour combinations. Why should we see western fashion only? Time for you to go GLOBAL!

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    1. I'm just waiting for an invitation to wear my Gala clothes and diamonds....😉

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  6. She is stunning and her clothes look comfortable. All the exquisite color is so full of joy!

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  7. What a beautiful and graceful woman. I admire the fabrics of her clothes everytime I am able to see a pic of hers (what is not that often). Every now an then I go to the V&A in London, where a lot of such fabrics are on display. In the V&A Museum Shops are shawls made from fabrics all over the world, so I have a nice collection and would not miss them or photos from Queen Jetsun Pema.

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