Queen Mathilde attended UN General Assembly meeting

On September 23, 2019, Queen Mathilde of Belgium arrived in New York City in order to attend the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 74). The Queen attended a panel on "The Real Challenge: Looking back and aiming forward on Child rights" held at United Nations headquarters in NYC. The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad. The Queen also visited The Juilliard School in New York City. The Juilliard School is a private performing arts conservatory.
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Queen met with Mrs. Pramila Patten and Nadia Murad
The Juilliard School in New York City. The Juilliard School is a private performing arts conservatory
The Juilliard School in New York City. The Juilliard School is a private performing arts conservatory
Queen Mathilde wore Carolina Herrera Blue Lace and denim shirt dress
Carolina Herrera Blue Lace and denim shirt dress (Thx: @JenniferFernandes

11 comments:

  1. Q Mathilde looks so nice in this pretty dress.

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  2. I think Queen Mathilde is beautiful, and she seems genuinely devoted to many worthwhile causes. But that is not the purpose of this blog. I am not a fan of lace dresses, in general, and this one, in particular, could use some alterations. First of all, I think the hemline would be much better without the horizontal band. Second, I think the dress is too short. On a final note, I think the dress would look better and, perhaps, add a few centimeters to the length, if the dress was worn without the cinched belt. On the positive side, the color is nice.

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    1. Agree, Debra. She looks very good here, but the dress could've been a bit longer. I love the lace though and the colour is very becoming.
      It looks like a Natan to me, and if so, he has done worse ;-)

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    2. Agree with Debra, MaryT

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  3. It's a pretty dress and nice colours but seems tight and too short on Mathilde. Don't know if a size bigger would make it look any better on her. It looks OK when she is sitting down. It reminds me a little of a negligée.
    Anon 9:13

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  4. Une bien jolie robe mais dans un modèle plus fluide et un tout petit peu plus long , cela aurait mieux convenu à sa silhouette !!!

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  5. I do like this lace dress because it is unusual to have the lace coupled with the more business-like trim of the solid bands and collar. I agree, though, that it seems too small and tight on her and could use 2-3 inches more of length. She is another quite tall queen and clothes could be more carefully made for her.

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  6. Q Mathilde looks very nice in this dress. Lovely color and fit.

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  7. This seems like another Mathilde dress which doesn't quite meet the mark. I love the colour and I like lace dresses even for day wear. However, it is a little too short--just a couple of inches would make a difference--- and it does seem tight. I also think that flared skirts are not the most flattering look for the Queen--they make her look far heavier than she is--the same criticism could be levelled at the lady in the pink dress

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  8. Even the dress is made by famous lace from Brussels - I do not like it at all. It does nothing for Queen M. Liz.

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  9. I usually like what HM wears but, while this is a very pretty dress, it is too short and does not fit HM well. It makes her look frumpy and overweight and we all know Queen Mathilde is neither overweight or frumpy. Even her shoes didn't seem to fit the picture.

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