King Philippe and Queen Mathilde visited the Bois de l’Abbaye Hospital Center in Seraing

Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
On November 17, 2020, King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde visited the Bois de l’Abbaye Hospital Center in Seraing, Belgium. The King and Queen met with staff from different hospital departments and learns about capacity management during the second COVID-19 wave. The King and Queen also visited the Defense Intermediate Hospital Capacity unit, a wing of the hospital, where COVID patients who do not require intensive care, are cared for by military personnel.
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
The military medical component team deployed at the Bois de l’Abbaye Hospital Center is made up of 25 people: doctors, nurses or ambulance drivers. Some are used to war zones abroad. The staff of the Bois de l’Abbaye trained the military in covid standards. Queen Mathilde's new outfit is by Belgian fashion house Natan.
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan
Queen Mathilde wore a green wool cashmere cape coat from Natan, and green checked viscose canvas midi dress from Belgian fashion house Natan

13 Comments

  1. Very lovely colour of Mathildes combination.
    Very good of them to dress themselves in the protecting clothes.

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    1. Agree and her accessories are perfect too!
      Glo

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  2. They remain my favourite European royals. Lovingly thoughtful and without limits to their dedication to the Belgians.

    Sartorially speaking, love this green on Mathilde. It suits her very well. Tailoring-wise, not bad, doesn’t strike me as outstanding, but so much better than many of the dresses that show her hips to her disadvantage.

    Lily A

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  3. Maybe too much green? Overall she looks great and they are a lovely, thoughtful couple.

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  4. She looks lovely, hair combed nicely, like a Queen should. The outfit suits her well, and the occasion. Glad they put on protective gear to visit patients, shows their respect for the patients, and the desire to protect themselves as well. The King's tie coordinates with her bag and shoes, nice touch. They seem like such a well grounded couple, and family.

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    1. Agree largely with what I read here above.

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  5. They should extend the length of PPE, so its long enough to cover their neck-to the extend of the whole body. Its kinda risky to expose their neck inside the intensive unit.

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    1. Really? In what way is it risky? Are ICUs known to be haunted by vampires that can only be kept away by turtle necks?

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  6. Mathilde really looks regal here - very well turned out.

    Hopefully this was an uplifting and encouraging visit for the healthcare workers and patients.

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  7. Maria from Italy11/18/20, 2:06 PM

    Mathilde' s outfit is nice, but the colour is too bright and garish.
    I would have chosen something more discrete for a visit to a hospital and an intensive care unit.
    Her shoes are great too, but here again a blush tone would have been spot on.
    IMO

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  8. Gorgeous green ensemble! Keep safe....

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  9. Très joli ce vert lumineux mais sa grande cape/manteau ? aurait été plus flatteuse -par exemple- dans une couleur gris-foncé ou même Camel ; avec le reste de la tenue, cela aurait été plus élégant. J'aime beaucoup sa pochette de la même couleur que ses ravissants escarpins !

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  10. Lovely green cloak and dress. Much prefer this to the coat over the shoulders thing favoured by some others. The dress looks well fitted and tones perfectly with the cloak. Agree with Cynthia that a contrast might have been a more pleasing outfit but it looks good as it is. Bag and shoes also good. Lovely couple.

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