Queen Mathilde visited Gediflora company in Oostnieuwkerke

Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
On May 28, 2020, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited Gediflora in Oostnieuwkerke, Belgium. Queen Mathilde met with several entrepreneur women in the floriculture sector to talk about the impact of the ongoing coronavirus crisis on their businesses. (Queen Mathilde wore a new jumper and trousers by Natan.)
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Gediflora is a family business that is a leading global player in breeding and propagating chrysanthemums. Gediflora, a third-generation family business, focuses for 100% on breeding and propagating chrysanthemums. With sales in over 30 countries, Gediflora distributes around 80 million cuttings per year. The wide range of exclusive breeds and families is known under the brand name 'Belgian Mums'.
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore new Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
Queen Mathilde wore Natan Adria asymmetric jumper and Milan trousers
NATAN Adria Asymmetric Jumper and Milan Trousers

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  1. How well done again!

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    1. I agree. She rarely misses.

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    2. She looks so elegant. Bravo.

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  2. Nice outfit and the red mask is right on point. -Siri

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  3. Wow! She looks great. Beautiful, vibrant color and the style is quite chic. Love the matching mask...stylish and safe!

    Renee

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  4. Quelle bonne idée que d'accorder la couleur orange fluo de la tenue avec le masque ; j'aime beaucoup sa pochette dont certains dessins sont de la même couleur que ses chaussures !

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  5. Wauw! Flattering cut, bold colour perfect for summer, and fitting face mask in the same colours. Really well done.

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  6. She looks fantastic. Love the bright color. Style credit for coordinating her mask :)
    Chel

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    1. She looks gorgeous like always. Don't agree on the mask. Little bit too much a mask in the same colour

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  7. masks are now a fashion accessory

    j.

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    1. Sadly, yes.

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    2. I can't see that it is unfortunate in any way. It is a necessary part of life right now. It is also much better to wear washable/reusable masks so there will be enough masks for health care workers.

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  8. She looks fabulous. Even with the mask, her eyes reveal her radiant smile.

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  9. She is such a fabulous Queen. Always so pleasant, enthuestic and driven. She has been very productive during the pandemic. What an inspiration she is. What a marvellous outfit!, bright and stylish. Love the shoes and clutch.

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    1. Well said. Queen Mathilde combines quiet grace and elegance with a strong heart and intellect. This is one of her best ensembles, ever.

      Vera Veronika💚

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  10. Nice looking outfit, with top well fitted and a slightly different hem line. The color of mask could have been green to go with the shoes, as the color she chose made it just a bit over the top with all one color for top/pants/mask.

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  11. Nice outfit , she looks very beautiful in it.

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    1. Yes this fluid style and material fit her very well.

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  12. Beautiful Look on Queen Mathilde.

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  13. She sets a great example.

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    1. She does not follow the official advice. She should not be wearing a mask in the meeting.

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    2. She absolutely sets an example. Royal, always suitable dressed for the occasion. How come that Mathilde always makes the right choices in the Natan collections, while Máxima's Natan choices are almost always wrong, too much of everything.

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    3. These days after a meeting in spain the newew of Queen Mathildes Prince Joachim of Belgium fell ill with covid19. Hope he is getting well soon!

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    4. Regarding distances and the security issue it is up to the visited company to organize it in such a way that social distances can be respected! How can the queen intervene on that issue, other than saying "in such circumstances I am leaving"!

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  14. Don't agree with her interpretation of the Covid rules: keep 1,5 m distance or wear a mask (official rules). She should not be wearing a mask in the meeting. As a queen she should be following the official guidelines.

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    1. You do you, and Mathilde can do her thing and be safe. A mask AND social distancing are required where I live. Good for her for displaying an exellent example of safety with a dash of fashion thrown in for good measure. She looks fabulous.

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  15. I believe as a queen she should be following the official rules, not less, but also not more.

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  16. Tineke, leave the lady alone. Below is what happens when you thumb your nose at the precautions.

    The Belgian Royal Household has confirmed to EL PAÍS that an aristocrat reported to have attended a party in Córdoba [Spain] that breached coronavirus confinement measures was Prince Joachim, 28, the nephew of Belgium’s King Philippe.

    “I feel surprised and indignant, given that at a moment of national mourning for so many dead, an incident of this type stands out,” said the national government’s subdelegate in Córdoba, Rafaela Valenzuela, on Saturday. “It’s completely irresponsible, because that number of people multiplied could cause an outbreak, and that would mean that Córdoba, after passing to Phase 2, would have to take a step back. That is unforgivable. The police are investigating not just the observance of confinement measures, but also the breaking of other rules, given that we are still under a state of alarm. The virus is still out there.”

    Prince Joachim, the son of the Belgian king’s sister, Astrid, and Prince Lorenz, traveled to Córdoba despite a coronavirus case having been detected in his family, and before the origin of the infection had been determined. At the start of this month, Prince Laurent of Belgium, Joachim’s uncle, confirmed that the coronavirus had affected his family, without revealing which relatives had tested positive. “We do not know how, but the coronavirus has entered our household,” he stated. Laurent, who is King Philippe’s brother, stated that all safety measures were being observed. “For weeks now, we have hardly gone out – only to shop and for sports,” he said, adding that when they did go outside, they would wear masks and gloves.

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