Queen Mathilde visited Ecole Notre Dame Des Graces in Woluwe

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

On March 22, 2024, Queen Mathilde visited the Notre-Dame des Graces School in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, and subsequently GO Primary School De Stadsmus in Oudergem in the context of Money Week. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin, the financial education program of the Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA).

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

The Queen met with the schoolchildren (aged 7-8). Primary school pupils learn how to manage money in a fun way, they buy their school supplies while trying to stay within their budget.

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore a geometric motif jacket by Giorgio Armani. Money Week is organized annually by Wikifin

Queen Mathilde wore Giorgio Armani Geometric Motif Jacket
Giorgio Armani Geometric Motif Jacket

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  1. Anonymous22/3/24 22:27

    Lovely outfit. The jacket could fit better on her but it's still lovely.
    - Anon 9:13

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  2. Anonymous23/3/24 03:03

    What a great look from Queen Mathilde! The jacket is a classic. She looks wonderful!

    Janet

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    1. @Janet.
      A Giorgio Armani classic amongst many others of the same nature.
      Would love to see what Queen Mathilde is wearing (skirt, trousers ??) The photos are not very telling. Can’t find anything on other sites.
      I stumbled across an article on Giorgio Armani a couple of days ago which said that part of his early life was that of a men’s tailor. He pulled out all the padding and lining and created the Armani look that we see today.
      He is 90 years old and still hyper active in the fashion world. .

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    2. P. the original23/3/24 15:18

      I once saw Mr Armani while holidaying somewhere in the Balearic Islands.
      I would call him a true and impressive gentleman, naturally elegant both in his physical aspect and manners.
      It does not surprise me that his creations are so gorgeous given the prominence and personality of this stylist.

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    3. Dear P. the Original.
      Well I’m impressed that you had the chance to see Giorgio Armani when you were on your hols.
      You know, you could change your nickname to P. the Jetsetter 😁

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    4. P. the original24/3/24 08:10

      @ Dear Deadeggs,
      fact is that I didn' t explain where and how I happened to see him.
      It was in one of the most jet- setted - so as to say- of the Balearic Islands.
      I got to see other famous people there like Paris Hilton and David Guetta, just to name two of them. Celebrities' yachts were decked there day and night and anyone could happen to spot them..
      You couldn' t approach them, of course, given all the huge amount of security staff moving around.
      At night, I had a much closer look at Paris Hilton and David Guetta at one of the discoteques on the island.
      It isn't that weird at all , you may almost bump into celebrities' , be it in discos or any other public venues.
      Still, you have to keep yourself at a distance because of the bodyguards following them.
      I just saw Mr Armani while I was strolling around and I noticed that he looked so elegant and relaxed.
      Yes, a true gentleman.

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    5. Please stop dear P. the original/jetsetter.
      I’m green with envy.
      Makes me realise how “ordinary” my life is with my faithful old teapot and matching mugs and tea cosy.

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    6. P. the original24/3/24 15:10

      Oh, no, my dear @ Deadeggs.
      So sorry, gonna explain better.
      Ok, let's unveil the mystery.
      I was holidaying in Ibiza some time ago and I am no jetsetter living an extraordinary existence at all.
      You can find all types of people in Ibiza ( Eivissa) belonging to all social classes.
      I was no guest of honour in any yacht , believe me!
      You can find any kind of accomodation in Ibiza for all price brackets from the most exclusive hotels to B&Bs and hostels for young people
      Discoteques are open at different hours for different age ranges and admission tickets do vary depending on the venue you choose and the time of the day you want to go dancing.
      Guetta and P. Hilton were at the consolle at a local well known discoteque at night.
      If you stroll around in Ibiza, you may easily happen to spot celebrities on your way - especially from late
      in the afternoon onwards)- but you do not need to be one of them to enjoy your holiday in Ibiza.
      Some famous people own villas in more isolated and less crowded areas of the island, others just want to spend their holidays in their yachts decked in the harbour.
      Anyone is a most welcome guest in Ibiza as well as in the rest of the Balearic Islands!


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    7. Anonymous25/3/24 17:11

      If you go on holiday, you don't even have to go the Balearic or the Canary Islands. You can admire the jetsetters on their yachts in Marbella (Costa del Sol) too. When you take a walk in the port were all the yachts are arriving to stay for the night you can see the rich and famous on the deck. You can see them also stepping down from their yacht dressed up to go to the local restaurants and afterwards to the disco's. As it is very hot there in the Summer even at night, dressed up is not the right word, they do not wear much clothes even the men.
      Ibiza is not recommended anymore for young women who are travelling alone or together with a friend. It has got a bad reputation the last years. (Drugs, sexual abuse of young girls, etc...). It is still visited by young couples who just wish to have a good time together. For them it is safer because they are together (and if they are aware of the places and situations to avoid).

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    8. P. the original26/3/24 11:21

      Anonymous yesterday at 17:11

      I see a lot of naivete between the lines of your comment.
      You know, you need to tour places and check things out with your own two eyes first .
      Just collecting information about Ibiza or any other place on the Internet Is useless.
      Good and bad can be found in every corner of world and Ibiza Is not that place of bad reputation you described.
      One just need to keep eyes open wide and have a little bit of good sense and intuition to go around and be aware of potential dangerous situations which night arise in some areas and venues on the island.
      I guess you never went to any of the places you mentioned.
      Yes, of course celebrities can be spotted in many other parts of the world, not only in Ibiza.
      If I were so biased and fearful like you seem to be according to the words in your comment, I could never do the job I do!
      Do you think I can always rely on other people's company?
      I am an adult woman, not a little girl and know pretty much how to cope with risky situations.
      Of course, others could be at a loss travelling alone anywhere because they simply do not know how the world outside spins.
      That's not me for sure.
      And, come on, venues such as discos are not places for "sinners", you just need to be cautious everywhere and that's all.
      And please, check out your sources better on Ibiza next time.
      Thank you.

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    9. Anonymous28/3/24 11:18

      Maybe it is better now but a couple of years ago it was common knowledge where I live, better avoid Ibiza. It has been in the news on TV and in the regular newspapers young girls disappearing and found after a week sometimes abused and drugs found in their blood analysis. They had to be taken care of in a hospital. Since then the younger generation preferred other islands to go on holiday and felt safer there.
      Facts that really happen have nothing to do with naivete. You are probably younger than I am, but I have travelled too when I was younger. You must not think you have all the wisdom yourself. I hope you will never encounter bad situations in your life. I prefer to be careful.

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    10. P. the original28/3/24 16:55

      Anonymous at 11:18
      Of course, do as you like and choose whatever makes you feel safe.
      It depends on what kind of people and companies one has met more or less intentionally throughout his/ her life .
      Yes, naivete is party responsible for what happens in one's life , especially when one - a woman in particular- is very young.
      I doubt you really toured places though.
      Yes, I' m much younger than you for sure but I know how to sense.danger in many situations and I try to avoid them as much as I can.
      I have learnt a lot since my prime.
      Oh, do not worry about me, I know more than you can ever imagine about the world out there.
      There are many dangerous places all around the world , much worse than Ibiza, actually, and I know what I'm talking about.

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    11. P. the original28/3/24 16:59

      * partly responsible
      * since I was in my prime

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    12. P. the original28/3/24 17:07

      Oh, by the way, I do not have all the wisdom as you said.
      Nobody has.
      Ok, do you want the truth?
      I think I know men by now and I can sense some things from afar, if you know what I mean.
      I think your fears are all about men, am I right?
      Unfortunately, crimes and perpetrators exists in every corner of the world and one can't t live secluded forever, no?

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  3. Anonymous23/3/24 08:13

    Nice outfit on Q M!

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  4. Anonymous23/3/24 09:25

    The jacket is just georgeos but little thight perharps on the first fictures?

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  5. Veste de Giorgio Armani classique mais Ă©lĂ©gante ; imprimĂ©e sur fond rouge, elle pourrait ĂȘtre pour moi mais il faudrait que je vois l'Ă©tat de mes finances !!

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  6. Anonymous23/3/24 12:47

    How beautiful. The jacket, handbag, shoes all by Armani. What an elegant queen, Mathilde is. A pity there is no picture where we can see the pants. There are probably more pictures on other sites, but I have to look it up.

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    1. Full length photos of Queen Mathilde wearing pants are now on the Newmyroyals site. See above.

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  7. Anonymous23/3/24 19:55

    Again and again she surprises me, in a positive sense!
    Armani is very popular in the Belgian royalty household, and rightly so!

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    1. Anonymous25/3/24 16:43

      Yes, former Queen Paola wore gala dresses by Armani, or 2 or 3 pieces (skirt + blouse + jacket or dress + jacket) and of course accessories too. Queen Mathilde and CP Elisabeth are following her example.

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  8. Ava Pittman23/3/24 22:10

    How heartwarming to see a sea of happy and excited children, beautiful
    The Queen looks fabulous
    The jacket is gorgeous, love the colour scheme
    Pants are a good fit
    Wonderful visit

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  9. Anonymous24/3/24 23:02

    Q Mathilde looks very nice. css

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