Princess Alexandra attended an academic seminar at Cercle Cité

On May 22, 2019, Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg attended an academic session held at the Cercle Municipal (Cercle Cité) on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the vote for women in Luxembourg. The law of 15 May 1919, adopted on 8 May, reformed the Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy altogether: women could vote for the first time in Luxembourgish history.
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket
Luxembourg Constitution and the democratic process in the Grand Duchy. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore Elie Saab jacket

9 comments:

  1. Wow -- this one of the nicest, sharpest looks I've ever seen on Princess Alexandra. Chic and sophisticated. (Okay, I'd have added an inch to the length of the skirt -- but that's a quibble.) Clean, uncluttered lines and an un-fussy color palette really suit her.

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  2. Stylish young lady with a beautiful and warm smile.

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  3. Have to agree, this is one of the few times I've seen her look so well styled and coordinated. And she has so much in her favour to work with, pretty young lady. Very nice. Keep it up!

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  4. Her best look yet.

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  5. Royalty fan

    Wonder who is the beautiful lady in red?

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  6. The beautiful lady in red is Taina Bofferding, our Minister for Home Affairs
    Minister of Equality between Women and Men :-)

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