On 21 July, Belgium celebrates its national day. The occasion for the royal family to link together the events in Brussels and, for the queen of the Belgians Mathilde, the outfits. This vintage 2018 was, in fact, wear no less than five different looks over two days.
A view in pictures: The belgian royal family scrolls for the national holiday
The festivities began the day before with the traditional “concert” prelude to national day” organized in the room of Henry The Beef of the Palais des Beaux-Arts (Bozar). To applaud Ivan Karizna, fifth laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition for cello 2017 and winner of the audience award, accompanied by the national Orchestra of Belgium, Mathilde had opted for a long dress printed with blue flowers, purple and yellow on a background of rust from the brand Erdem, the designer of the canadian Turkish-born Erdem Moralioglu. On the same day, she appeared in a trouser suit, to mind kimono, the belgian designer Diane Von Furstenberg, for the “Bal national”.
For the mass and the parade, Matilda was a total look red
The day J., the wife of the king of Belgium had favoured his trademark fetish, Natan. As to attend the Te Deum at the cathédrale des Saints Michel-et-Gudule, that at the military parade on the place des Palais, Mathilde wore a red dress with openwork of this fashion house belgian, that it had coordinated a hat of Fabienne Delvigne, a clutch bag and stilettos exactly the same tone. The young woman of 45 years old then donned two other outfits: a green dress printed with a pattern of white nodes of the mark london-based L. K. Bennett to get to the “Feast in the Park” in the park of Brussels and its combination pants Natan orange to watch the fireworks on the place des Palais.
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