King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium were joined by King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands to open the Dutch-Flemish pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair on October 18th.
King Philippe, Queen Mathilde and King Willem-Alexander met officials and listened to an address before inaugurating the Dutch-Flemish pavilion. King Philippe gave a speech at a meeting of Flemish and Dutch writers, and recalled when he opened the Dutch-Flemish pavilion at the Frankfurt Book fair in 1993, with then Crown Prince Willem-Alexander.
King Philippe wore a dark grey suit with a red tie. Queen Mathilde wore a floral grey dress with a grey hat and pearl earrings. King Willem-Alexander wore a dark grey suit with a blue tie.
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