Web Analytics Made Easy - Statcounter
Friday, Dec 09, 2022 - 02:02:52
12 results - (0.002 seconds)

and King Philippe:

latest news at page 1:
1
    The Belgian royal family came together to celebrate yesterday as the younger brother of Queen Mathilde tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend. Count Charles-Henri d'Udekem d'Acoz, 37, wed Caroline Philipp in Pont L'Eveque, in the Normandy region of France, in a ceremony attended by their friends and loved ones.  Queen Mathilde, 49, was among the guests, accompanied by her husband King Philippe, 62, and three of their children.  Princess Elisabeth, 20, and Princess Eléonore, 14, looked chic in flowing pastel floral dresses, while their brother Prince Emmanuel, 16 looked dapper in a navy suit.  Count Charles-Henri d'Udekem d'Acoz, 37, wed Caroline Philipp in Pont L'Eveque, in the Normandy region of France, in a ceremony attended by their friends and loved ones The beaming couple looked as loved up as ever as they exited their ceremony and headed into their reception in a vintage car  Queen Mathilde, 49, was among the guests, accompanied by her husband King Philippe, 62, and three of their children, Princess Eleonore, 14, Princess Elisabeth, 20 and Prince Emmanuel, 16 Charles-Henri, who used to hold the title...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked typically elegant in a chic dress alongside King Philippe in Sounio, Greece on Tuesday. The royal, 49, showed off her stye credentials in a smart blue and white belted dress which she paired with a large woven summer hat to keep the blazing sun at bay.  The couple beamed as they posed in front of the Temple of Poseidon on the second day of a three day state visit.  In a rare moment of PDA, King Felipe sweetly held his wife hand to help her across the unven ground outside the temple after their photo call.   Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked typically elegant in a chic blue and white dress alongside King Philippe in Sounio, Greece on Tuesday The mother-of-four completed her outfit with cream heels and a matching clutch bag. Her Majesty, who is first queen consort of native Belgian nationality, wore her blonde locks down and opted for a natural make-up look.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Yeehaw! Prince Harry's rumoured former flame Natalie Pinkham... Princess Beatrice has a 'private...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked elegant in a navy ensemble today as she joined King Philippe and other members of the royal family for a memorial service to commemorate lost loved ones. Mathilde, 49, looked effortlessly chic in a dark blue dress, with a matching purse, gloves and hat as she was joined by her husband King Phillipe, 61, and  his parents King Albert, 87, and Queen Paola, 84. Also in attendance at the annual mass  - held at the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwkerk in Laeken-Laken - was Phillipe's sister Princess Delphine, 53,  and her husband Jim O'Hare, as well as his aunt Princess Lea, 70, his sister-in-law Princess Claire. The annual service commemorates the lives of deceased members of the royal clan, and is usually attended by the most senior members of the Belgian royal family. Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked elegant in a navy ensemble today as she joined King Philippe and other members of the royal family for a memorial service to commemorate lost loved ones Mathilde, 49, looked effortlessly chic in a dark blue dress, with a matching purse, gloves and hat  Looking...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgium showcased a chic ensemble today as she attended Belgium National Day at the Dubai Expo 2020 with her husband King Philippe.   Mother-of-four Mathilde, 49, donned a cream midi dress with elegant sage detailing for today's visit, which took place on the last day of the couple's tour of the Sultanate of Oman and United Arab Emirates. The royal accessorised her outfit perfectly, matching the detailing on her frock with a sage sunhat, belt, and shoes. Meanwhile, King Philippe complemented his wife's look, opting for a dark tan suit to complement the earthy accent tones in her ensemble.     Queen Mathilde of Belgium and her husband King Philippe attended the Belgium National Day at the Dubai Expo 2020 as part of their tour of the Sultanate of Oman and United Arab Emirates The royal wowed in an elegant ensemble, pairing her cream midi dress with sage accessories, including a sunhat and belt The couple's outfits complemented each other, with the royal pair both decked out in subtle, earthy tones Mathilde accompanied her outfit with simple jewellery, including drop pearl earrings. Her hair,...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked showstopping as she stepped out alongside husband King Philippe for a visit to the Port of Duqm in Oman today.  Mother-of-four Mathilde, 49, wowed in a matching blouse and trousers set by Belgian brand, Natan, featuring a burgundy and white pattern as she arrived at the Port of Duqm on the last day of their official visit to the Sultanate of Oman and United Arab Emirates.  The monarch perfectly complemented her outfit with a matching face mask, finishing off the ensemble with silver accessories and burgundy heels.  Meanwhile, King Philippe looked similarly suave in a navy pinstripe suit with a paisley tie as they joined officials today for the opening of Duqm sea port.   Queen Mathilde stepped out in a sensational burgundy and white patterned outfit as she and King Philippe joined officials today for the opening of Duqm sea port King Philippe of Belgium and Queen Mathilde of Belgium pictured during a visit to the Port of Duqm Queen Mathilde smiled to the cameras as she enjoyed a a traditional Omani Lunch at Rock Garden Mathilde wore large pearl...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgian cut a chic figure as she arrived in Oman alongside her husband King Philippe earlier this afternoon.   As they stepped off the jet for their whirlwind two-day visit, Queen Mathilde, 49, donned a gorgeous modest maxi dress, with burnt orange and turquoise patterns at the waist and ruffles at the neck. The monarch perfectly complemented her outfit with a matching face mask, finishing off the ensemble with gold accessories and red heels.  She arrived arm-in-arm with her husband, King Philippe, who wore a double-breasted navy blazer with gold buttons, light pink shirt and brown patterned tie.   Queen Mathilde of Belgian cut a chic figure as she arrived in Oman alongside her husband King Philippe earlier this afternoon (pictured with Oman's Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Sayyid Theyazin Haitham Al Said_ The royal couple landed with a red-carpet welcome at Muscat International Airport for a two-day-long delegation with businessmen and industrials to the Sultanate They landed with a red-carpet welcome at Muscat International Airport, speaking to Oman's Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth, Sayyid Theyazin Haitham...
    Queen Mathilde of Belgium and King Philippe of Belgium joined their youngest daughter Princess Eleonore as she attended her first day of secondary school this morning.  The family all sported masks when arriving at Heilig-Hartcollege in Wezembeek-Oppem, and Eleonore, 12, opted for a pink top and jeans, while carrying her school bag. Mathilde put on a stunning display in a orange top and trouser combo with a matching mask as she appeared alongside her daughter and her husband.  It's the second time the mother-of-four, 47, has sported the bold trouser suit, after first wearing it in May when visiting Oostnieuwkerke flower farm.  All schools in Belgium are resuming on-site teaching from the start of the new academic year this month.  Queen Mathilde of Belgium put on a stunning display in a coordinated two-piece ensemble and mask as she joined her husband King Philippe for Princess Eleonore's first day of secondary school (pictured together) Mathilde wowed in a vibrant orange top and trouser combo with a matching mask as she appeared alongside her youngster and her husband (pictured) Highlighting her slender frame, she...
    Fact check: Harriet Tubman helped free slaves for the Underground Railroad, but not 300 22 chains including Walmart, Macys, and Gap will require customers to wear masks. Heres the full list. Incredible Blanket Instantly Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft How To Transfer Your Family Memories To Digital Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © Photonews - Getty Images Usually on Belgian National Day—the anniversary of the investiture of King Leopold I, the country's first monarch following the Belgian Revolution—the royal family spends the day greeting well-wishers and waving to crowds. This year, of course, was a little different due to the pandemic, but King Philippe, Queen Mathilde, and their children still managed to celebrate all the same. Here, all the best photos of the royals commemorating Belgian National Day.
    Congolese President Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo called on Belgium and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to rewrite the history of colonization, as if echoing the “deepest regrets for the wounds” inflicted during the Belgian colonial period in Congo voiced by King Philip. “I consider it necessary that our common history with Belgium and its people, be told to our children in the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as in Belgium on the basis of scientific work carried out by historians of the two countries”, a- he declared in his televised speech delivered Monday evening on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of independence of June 30, 1960. “But the most important thing for the future is to build harmonious relations with Belgium because, beyond the stigma of history, the two peoples have been able to build a strong relationship that I have been able to live personally. during my exile in Belgium, my other Congo, “added the head of state, in a reference to the years spent in Belgium. “This is how, had it not been for the...
    By Kate Abnett BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's King Philippe expressed deep regret on Tuesday for the "suffering and humiliation" inflicted on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) during its 75-year period under Belgian rule. The letter to DRC president Felix Tshisekedi to mark the 60th anniversary of independence is the first such expression of regret for Belgium's colonial past by a reigning monarch, the royal palace said. "I want to express my deepest regret for these past injuries, the pain of which is regularly revived by the discrimination that is still all too present in our societies," the letter seen by Reuters said. The DRC achieved independence in 1960 after the Central African country had been a Belgian colony for 52 years and, before that, the personal property of King Leopold II for 23 years until 1908. During Leopold's rule "acts of cruelty were committed, while the subsequent colonial period "caused suffering and humiliation", Philippe said. Statues of Leopold, whose troops killed and maimed millions of people in Congo, have been defaced or removed in Belgium after global anti-racism...
    By SAMUEL PETREQUIN, Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) — For the first time in Belgium's history, a reigning king expressed regret Tuesday for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In a letter to the president of the DRC, Felix Tshisekedi, which was published on the 60th anniversary of the African country's independence, Belgium's King Philippe conveyed his “deepest regrets” for the “acts of violence and cruelty” and the "suffering and humiliation" inflicted on Belgian Congo. “To further strengthen our ties and develop an even more fruitful friendship, we must be able to talk to each other about our long common history in all truth and serenity,” Philippe wrote. Philippe's letter was sent amid growing demands that Belgium reassess its colonial past. In the wake of the protests against racial inequality triggered by the May 25 death of George Floyd in the United States, several statues of King Leopold II, who is blamed for the deaths of millions of Africans during Belgium’s colonial rule, have been...
    BRUSSELS (AP) — For the first time in Belgium’s history, a reigning king expressed regret Tuesday for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In a letter to the president of the DRC, Felix Tshisekedi, published on the 60th anniversary of the African country’s independence, Belgium’s King Philippe conveyed his “deepest regrets” for the “acts of violence and cruelty” and the “suffering and humiliation” inflicted on Belgian Congo. “To further strengthen our ties and develop an even more fruitful friendship, we must be able to talk to each other about our long common history in all truth and serenity,” Philippe wrote. Philippe’s letter was sent amid growing demands that Belgium reassess its colonial past. In the wake of the protests against racial inequality triggered by the death of George Floyd in the United States, several statues of King Leopold II, who is blamed for the deaths of millions of Africans during Belgium’s colonial rule, have been vandalized, while a petition called for the country...
1