Princess Delphine attended the establishment ceremony of the Fund bearing her name at UZ Gent

Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
On Thursday, 10 December 2020, The University Hospital of Ghent (UZ Gent) launched the Princess Delphine of Saxe-Coburg Fund. Belgian Princess Delphine attended the establishment ceremony of the Fund at The University Hospital of Ghent. The Fund will fund initiatives for the integration of art in health care and is presided by Professor Tessa Kerre. Princess Delphine will be honorary president of the Fund.
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund
Princess Delphine of Belgium wore a black belted blazer and silk satin print scarf from Saxe-Coburg. Professor Tessa Kerre is president of the fund

16 Comments

  1. quelle profiteuse du système

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    1. And her father thought he could profit from some System of silence!

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    2. Why so negative? She isn't working for the monarchy, the fund is not linked to the monarchy. She is using her name for a good cause. I don't understand one can be negative about that? She isn't obliged to do this and it certainly isn't her fault she is the daughter of a former king.

      Please explain, I really want to understand your comment.

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    3. Aren't we here for fashion?
      At the moment and from what photos are available in the media, I find no indication as to what "mode" of fashion she is going to folllow in her new life ....... Royal or Arty?
      Today with her pant suit it is conservative.
      Recently it was "hippy" jeans. Wait and see.

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  2. lovely scarf and matching mask


    Wasting no time! soon she will be Queen...

    w.

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  3. As far as one can see she looks good!

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  4. looking good in my opinion

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  5. Elle n est pas plus profiteuse que les autres.
    Belle initiative gratuite de sa part.
    Jolie femme.

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  6. Pretty new hairstyle! That's all about fashion that can be said, because the repeated and very prominent scarf and her mask are, in my opinion, advertising her own art and her fund. This is of course all right and appropriate for her cause (and also an excuse for wearing something on your body that tells "love"), but we cannot talk about "fashion" in the proper sense of the word in this case. (-Ann.)

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  7. She looks great here...I hope she continues her support for important causes. I believe she is a very sincere and dedicated princess. A good addition to an otherwise "stiff" royal family.

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  8. I think she looks great here - a very flattering hairstyle, a simple outfit, and a lovely scarf. (V.M.)

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    1. Agreed. Glad to see the polished new hairstyle, it is very flattering.
      Chel

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  9. Sie wächst langsam hinein , endlich keine Jeans mehr zu offiziellen Auftritten !!

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  10. A lot of women would tweak or smooth or comb the eyebrows just a bit. In general, she looks good, nice outfit and elbow-bump. ~Laurel~

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  11. Princess Delphine looks so lovely; so stylish. I think even if she didn't have the title she would still be doing good works.

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    1. I hope so.
      For the moment she has the benefit of the doubt.

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