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The mother-of-four, 45, channeled Hollywood glamour in cobalt blue, with nude panels giving the illusion of cutouts at the shoulders, as she joined the Belgian royals for dinner on the final evening of their state visit to Denmark.She added a touch of texture with a small clutch bag embellished with turquoise stones, and wore her hair in a vintage style, swept back in waves.After the defeat of the French in 1814, a new United Kingdom of the Netherlands was created, which eventually split one more time during the Belgian Revolution of 1830–1839, giving three modern nations, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.The ports and textile industry of Belgium were important back into the Middle Ages, and modern Belgium was one of the first countries to experience an Industrial Revolution, which brought prosperity in the 19th century but also opened a political dichotomy between liberal businessmen and socialist workers.
Queen Mathilde and her husband hosted the event as a thanks to the Danish royals for their hospitality.A slightly later-starting Neolithic culture found in central Wallonia is the so-called "Groupe de Blicquy", which may represent an offshoot of the LBK settlers.One notable archaeological site in this region is the Neolithic flint mines of Spiennes.Equally chic was Queen Mathilde of Belgium who opted for a red showstopper covered in tiny sequins as she greeted her Danish counterparts at The Black Diamond at Copenhagen's waterfront library.
She wore her hair pinned back in a curled chignon and complimented her dress with bright crimson lipstick.
Belgium's formation, like that of its Benelux neighbours, can be traced back to the "Seventeen Provinces" within the Burgundian Netherlands.