Princess Mabel attended AIDS2018 events in Amsterdam

This summer, Amsterdam hosts International AIDS2018 conference. On July 25, 2018, Princess Mabel of the Netherlands attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument as part of 2018 AIDS Conference. The AIDS monument was designed by French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel and is called ‘Living by Numbers’. On July 25, Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta.
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument
Princess Mabel met with Kenya's First Lady, Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta. She attended the Torchlight Procession held at Amsterdam AIDS Monument

11 comments:

  1. Two nice dresses, but the shoes make all the difference. I wish people would stop wearing those clunky bulky heavy shoes/sandals (like she´s wearing in the one evening photo on (what looks like a) stage.
    As for the dresses - I like them both as far as colour and pattern are concerned, but shape-wise they´re both lacking a bit. The tunic dress could use a slightly narrower waist, and the floral dress needs a defined waist and a slightly longer skirt. I see great potential in both in any case.

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    1. I am not a fan of those heavy, bulky shoes either. The ones she is wearing with the short dress are much better! She has nice legs, so why not show them?

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  2. The first red dress suits Mabel well, the second one shows her knees unfortunately, whom are not improving with age at all...

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  3. Nice bright appearances from Mabel.

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  4. I like both dresses but I think that the second one is too short!

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  5. Nice dresses a little too much decorum , for me the wedges are not a good, the other red dress is fine with the two tone heels.The nicest thing is her smile,she looks happy again.

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  6. Me gustan sus vestidos(estan en verano y los usa sueltos) y la alegría que demuestra!! Usó tres pares de zapatos:el primero y último están bien las sandalias muy pesadas y no la favorecen,

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  7. Good job, well done!

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  8. I love these outfits on Princess Mabel. And this red on her is very beautiful. But then again, I do have a soft spot for the lady - she touches a subject that not many do.

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  9. such a good cause, well done Mabel. I like her outfits, and while we seem to all believe that point heels are always the way to go - i like that she is not a victim of what others think is "appropriate". Those shoes are rarely comfortable and will inevitably create bone and posture issues for anyone who repeatably wears them (before you start arguing about it - ask any podiatrist please).

    The princess seems genuine and to me that maters more than any "perfect royal" image we may have in our heads (between Disney movies and fairy tale book drawings). she seems happy to be there - and given what she has been through, it's great to see her smiling and so involved.

    Tess

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  10. I love how she’s always smiling.

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