The Belgium Royal Family celebrates National Day on July 21, 2017. In 1830 Belgium declared itself independent from the Netherlands. Both of the countries were formed as the United Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1815-1830. King Philippe, Queen Mathilde and
Queen Maxima in Amsterdam and the Haque for the Innovation Summit Opzij
King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan finished their state Visit to Belgium Yesterday with a visit to the town of Zeebrugge, and the City of Bruges in West Flanders. The Royal party was greeted by the governor of
Belgium Royals attends the mass to commemorate the deceased members of the Belgian Royal Family at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Laeken, Brussels. In attendance were Queen Mathilde, King Philippe, King Albert II, Queen Paola, Princess Claire and Princess Marie Esmeralda.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium along with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended the opening concert for the Dutch presidency of the European Union council at the Bozar.
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe celebrated their tiny kingdom’s National Day as a family affair. Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant, 13, Prince Gabriel, 11, Prince Emmanuel, nine and seven-year-old Princess Eléonore were all in high spirits as they joined their
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands opens the Design Derby Netherlands – Belgium on June 19, 2015 at the museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam Netherlands. The event showed off over 500 design objects from both Belgium and The Netherlands that were created
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden got married on Saturday, June 13. The couple maid their vows at the Royal Chapel at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. The couple began dating after meeting in the Swedish seaside resort town Bastad in 2010.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and Queen Mathilde of Belguim opened the Sculpture Exhibition “Vormidable” in The Hague. Vormidable is an exhibition displaying the work of established Flemish artists as well as young emerging artists from the local region.
After a period of national mourning and a public viewing a the Royal Palace, the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Fabiola was held in the Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula in Brussels. Queen Fabiola was then buried with