GENT, BELGIUM: Prince Laurent (C) and Princess Claire of Belgium (L) laugh with Flemish Minister President Yves Leterme (R) at the opening of the "Agriflanders" agriculture fair, Friday 07 January 2005, in Gent.
Ok, who is that Natan? I listen sepeak about him, but i don't now nothing about, some help?
I found this about Natan on a website for you:
Created as an old-style couture house in 1930, designer label Natan, a favourite of today’s royals, is now far more modern, but just as elegant as it always was. It was taken over by Belgian designer Edouard Vermeulen in 1983, and last October celebrated 20 years of its modern existence with a marvellous event called "One Movement”, attended by many European luminaries. Today, there are boutiques dotted around Europe, and Natan clothing has been seen on members of the Belgian, Dutch and Swedish royal families. As well as ladies’ couture items, there are ready-to- wear, men’s, jeans and accessories collections as well as a “diffusion” line. Natan, Avenue Louise 158, 1050 Brussels, tel: +32 (0)2 647 1001. www.natan.be "
claire does not look at her best today, its is her hair, her collar neck, the blah colour of her jacket, do not know
the cow looks pretty though
I thought that Claire looked really pretty. You can't expect her to wear her best, best clothes and then go walking around in cow excrement all day. She wore clothes that were appropriate to what she was doing, and, in my opinion, she still managed to look very nice.
LUXEMBOURG - JANUARY 15: Prince Laurent and Princess Claire leave the Grand Duke Palace after the funeral of the Grand Duchess Josephine Charlotte January 15, 2005 in Luxembourg. The Grand Duchess - the daughter of Prince Leopold of Belgium, Duke of Brabant and Princess Astrid - was born as Princess of Belgium on October 11, 1927 and died on January 10, 2005 at Fischbach Castle, aged 77.