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Queen Mathilde of Belgium: She shows her cozy home

The magnificent Laeken Castle is the refuge of Queen Mathilde and her family. But what about the Belgian royals at home?

Laeken – palaces, country estates and castles can be called home by the royal families – a luxury that Queen Mathilde of Belgium (48) is also granted. The Belgian regent lives at Laeken Castle with her husband King Philippe (61) and their four children.

The castle near the capital Brussels has been the residence of the Belgian royal family since 1831, and it is not only impressive to look at from the outside. Since the beginning of the corona pandemic, the royal couple has been keeping many of their appointments from their home office, which the palace also shares on social networks. Thanks to the regular posts, Royal fans can follow the work of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde and also take a look at the family’s private living room. A recent photo proves that the cosiness in Queen Mathilde’s home * is not neglected.

Queen Mathilde and her son Prince Emmanuel (15) have made themselves comfortable on a beige sofa, Princess Eléonore (13) is sitting on the floor. Of course, fresh flowers should not be missing in spring. The three of them stare at a screen, spellbound. What they are following so closely is revealed in the text of the post: Mathilde and her two youngest children watched a semifinal of the music competition “Queen Elisabeth Competition”. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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