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Queen Mathilde very down-to-earth: She helps diligently in the bakery

When Mathilde of Belgium is on the road in the service of the crown, the queen has no false shyness and likes to lend a hand herself.

Herne – Queen Mathilde of Belgium (48) is extremely popular with her people and enjoys a very high reputation. This is not least due to the fact that the wife of King Philippe (61) has always been particularly down-to-earth. On one of her most recent appointments, she even helped out in a bakery. * shows how unpretentious Queen Mathilde has demonstrated her talents as a baker.

At the Belgian Royals, day-to-day work is back in full swing. King Philippe held his first important meeting a few days ago in the young year 2022. At a video conference, the regent discussed the ongoing corona pandemic with school principals. His wife Mathilde is already outside the palace again and is busy doing her job as representative of the royal family. The 48-year-old is highly regarded by the Belgians – when she appears, the joy is huge. Her first appointment this year brought Queen Mathilde to Herne for a real affair of the heart. There she visited the non-profit organization MeeGaan – and showed her skills as a baker! * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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