King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain followed up their state visit of Luxembroug with a trip to Belgium where they met up with their northern European counterparts, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde. Both monarchs are relatively new to
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands and King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium attend celebrations marking 200 Years of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Maastricht. Celebrations are taking place across the kingdom from November 2013 through
As children all across Belgium returned to school, the royal family was no different. Queen Mathilde walked hand in hand with Prince Grabriel, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Eléonore as they made their way to Sint-Jan-Berchmans college in Brussels. As they
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium continued the Belgian National Day celebration by attending the civil and military parades. The king reviews the Belgian Army and police as they parade past the Royal Palace. The air force also performs
Royal family attends Te Deum mass and parades in celebration of National Day of Belgium. The Te Deum mass typically occurs in the morning and the military and civil parades happen in the afternoon. The day closes out with fireworks
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium attend a concert at Bozar, the Centre for Fine Arts, on the evening before the National Day celebrations, in Brussels. Prince Lorenz and Princess Astrid as well as Prince Laurent and Princess Claire
Belgium’s royalty gathered in Rome to watch Prince Amedeo marry his longtime girlfriend Elisabetta Maria Rosboch von Wolkenstein of Italy. Prince Amedeo is King Philippe nephew and sixth in line for the Belgium throne. In an elegant Italian ceremony at
King Filip and his wife Queen Mathilde of Belgium make a state visit to Sweden. They were received at the royal palace in Stockholm by King Carl Gustav, his wife Silvia and crown princess Victoria. They then went to the
Belgium Queen Mathilde attends the seminar “Friendly ATTAC : Bits of Help,” to use new media against cyber bullying at the University of Antwerp.
Members of the Belgian Royal Family attended the Eucharist celebration dedicated to the memory of the departed members of the royal family at the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwchurch in Laken.