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Mathilde & Philippe of Belgium: Christmas greetings à la Kate & William

The Belgian royals presented the motif of their Christmas card. Similar to Prince William and Duchess Kate, Mathilde, Philippe & Co. tend to create a holiday mood.

Brussels – Some royal Christmas greetings are pretty unusual this year. After the British royals had already caused surprised faces with the motifs on their Christmas cards, Queen Mathilde (48) and King Philippe of Belgium (61) have now followed suit. * shows the new family photo of the Belgian royal family that adorns this year’s Christmas card.

The Christmas mail sent this year by Prince Charles (73) and Duchess Camilla (74) is still on everyone’s lips after days. Their Christmas card shows a photo of Charles helping his wife to put her mouth and nose mask on properly. The ubiquitous life situation of people could not have been better expressed. Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (39) also caused a stir with their Christmas card. This time the Cambridges opted for a motif that, when viewed, evokes feelings of summer rather than Christmassy. It seems like King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium took some inspiration from this. On the Christmas card of the Belgian royals there are palm trees instead of Christmas trees. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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