Queen Mathilde visited the Centre for the Evaluation of Vaccinations

Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
On September 23, 2020, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the Centre for the Evaluation of Vaccinations (CEV) of the University of Antwerp in Antwerp. In the vaccine trial unit department, the Queen spoke with some volunteers who are taking part in the Covid-19 vaccine study. Afterwards, a meeting was held, where the Queen received information as an overview of the current Covid-19 situation in the country.
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
At the meeting, an explanation of the progress of research activities and the development of a possible vaccine was also presented to the Queen. The Centre is a clinical trial centre specialized in the conduct of vaccine trials. It is internationally known for its professional and qualitative vaccine clinical trial facility. Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from GABRIELA HEARST.
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
Queen Mathilde wore a new silk satin midi dress from Gabriela Hearts. Queen spoke with some volunteers. Josefina silk satin dress
Queen Mathilde wore GABRIELA HEARST Josefina silk satin midi dress
GABRIELA HEARST Josefina silk satin midi dress

17 Comments

  1. Very nice dress and very flattering look for the Queen--no high waist line or wide skirt. Looking great here (as does the King as usual!)

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  2. The first picture it looked like a black mask, and i thought queen forgot to coordinate. No she never forgets to match her mask with the dress, the designers must be sending her free masks 😀

    Miss W

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  3. Beautifull Dress

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  4. Maria from Italy9/23/20, 9:08 PM

    Sorry, I really cannot understand why this stunning Queen is not able to find more flattering and better fitted clothes.
    I do not like the pattern and this dress looks a bit too tight for her.
    What a pity!
    Her hair is always beautiful and well styled.

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    1. Not criticizing (we're all different), but Mathilde is small on top, larger on the bottom, and has a high waist. One would think that she would have designers who could fit her shape better than they have been. Looser tops would be a good start, but the uncomfortable "tighter the better" is all the rage these days. ~Laurel~

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    2. I do not like that dress at all. In my humble opinion, Mathilde should stick to gorgeous blue, green, rust, mustard colors. She is a very beautiful woman who doesn't always wear what really suits her.

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  5. C'est certainement un bel imprimé sur satin de soie mais il semble que le drapé croise trop haut sur la poitrine ; avec une légÚre encolure, elle aurait plus d'allure !

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  6. Nice dress but not sure it fits Qn Mathilde.

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  7. The dress: Not a good fit, for the Queen. It's pattern is 'too busy', the fit looks like she is wrapped in the fabric. She is lovely as ever.

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  8. I fear there is a bit too much going on on this lovely dress to be quite flattering on Queen Mathilde

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  9. Bravo for her matching masks. Who says they have to be hospital masks? The sparkly one yesterday was great and this rust color today coordinates so nicely with her dress. Embrace fashion and be smart too!! Well done, Mathilde!

    Lady M

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  10. This is, in my humble opinion, an exceptionally ugly dress, even on the model it does not do her any favours. It is as if a lawn sweeper went wild with all the autumn leaves on this dress. The pattern is crowded and overwhelming and if there was a recognizable style or design for this dress, so this hideous pattern hides it perfectly from the viewer. - No big problem, I am sure next time Mathilde is going to present her usual perfectly attired self. This must have been a "bad dress day" .
    (-Ann.)

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  11. I love the colour of the accessories the Queen has chosen, very rich burgendy.

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  12. Why is she touching her mask. Big no no!

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  13. TrĂšs belle reine et trĂšs jolie femme, mais, Apparemment, elle fait de la reprĂ©sentation, pour tous ces illuminatis comme Bill Gates , qui ont pour objectif ni plus , ni moins, de par leurs saloperies de vaccins Ă  nanoparticules nous Ă©radiquer de la planĂšte, en a t-elle conscience ? Je ne le crois pas, un dĂ©sastre de bĂȘtise.

    MARIMAR

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    1. Your comment is not relevant to the subject, is political, and should not be here.

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