Queen Mathilde's and Crown Princess Elisabeth's visit to Kenya

On the last day of their 3 day visit to Kenya, Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa in Nairobi. Cynthia Nyongesa is a youth advocate of the UNICEF Kenya. Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth then visited Kajiado County and met with a Maasai community living in Kajiado. The Queen and the Crown Princess visited the Ilbisil Primary School in a Maasai Community. In her capacity as Honorary President of UNICEF Belgium, Queen Mathilde is making a 3 day working visit to Kenya on June 25-27.
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community
Queen Mathilde and Crown Princess Elisabeth met with Kenyan visual artist Cynthia Nyongesa and Maasai community

19 comments:

  1. It is very nice for CPss Elisabeth to do a joint visit to Africa, with her mother the Queen.I hope they got everything accomplished in Kenya .Some of the pics of Elisabeth and the cute little baby girl are a delight to see. The outfit's were all easy dressing and very nice.Hope we'll see the CPss do more engagement for the Crown.

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    1. She hasn't even finished school yet.

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    2. They a doing a very good job with all their heart, what is rare to see.
      This exceptional relaxed mother-daughter interaction is wonderful.

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  2. Mathilde, mooi voorbeeld voor haar dochter.

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  3. I love the tribal outfits and head jewellery. its like an initiation into the tribe 🇰🇪

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  4. yes! European countries fighting for whatever is left off of the African Continent!

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    1. they are only trying to help.

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    2. I´m afraid these are agent's wars holus-bolus and just on the sight the most underestimate mineral resources of the world.

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    3. Anonymous 5:49 what language is this because it makes no sense in English.

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    4. @Franny, very sorry about that. Kind regards.

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    5. Hi Anon 1:44 - I would like to know what you mean - I'm genuinely interested. Sorry, if it sounded a bit rude, I just wanted to understand your point. :-)

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  5. yes! European countries fighting for whatever is left off of the African Continent!

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    1. European contries have nearly nothing to do there. Actually and since years the involved contries are USA, Russia and China.

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    2. You mean those countries took advantage of cheap labor and whatever mineral resources were left. And highly militarized all fractions so that they can sell their weapons, right? I am sure that’s what you meant.

      And to paint with such a broad brush ‘European countries’ is a deeply ignorant approach. Do you even know how many countries are in Europe? How many of those ever had colonies in Africa? How long ago was that? Was Belgium even a monarchy at the time? How many generations have passed since? And while we are at it, how about the practices employed when colonizing the Americas? Should ‘European countries’ be banned from there too?

      Writing all this whilst being fully aware this is totally NOT the point of this blog. But if such comments like the ones above were published, this is exactly what the site administration should prevent. Hopefully next time that won’t happen. And also if the first sets of comments were published, so should be the rebuttals.

      Back to royal fashion, Mathilde is so wonderfully down to earth. She remains my favourite royal, genuine and effective, warm and engaging. I have all the reasons to believe that Elisabeth and all her children will follow suit. This reflects in her sartorial choices as well. She has an artistic side (as evidenced by her strong support of arts like no other queen currently reigning). That influences her fashion and I enjoy that very much. There is flair and character without too much showiness about her looks that make her my favourite dresser as well.

      Royal fan in Northern Canada

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    3. I´m grateful for your answer. At University I went for half a year to a seminar about the main topic: Proxy war. In my initial Reply (↑) it is not an "over-responsible" know-it-all attitude but a cautious confrontation of persons. Very sorry about my English.

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  6. Not very flattering to have such things hanging down from their heads.

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  7. Elizabeth was grown so much.She made a great job during trip.It must be great and useful experience for her,introduction to her future role as a adult member of royal family and next as a queen.
    I wish she wore more elegant shoes as ballerinas than trainers but I understand her choice to fell comfortable.

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    1. Elegant shoes for a teenage girl on a working visit to a school on sandy grounds in Africa? Really?
      AngieF

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