Belgian Royal Family paid Christmas visits to charities

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

In recent days, members of Royal Family paid several visits to various charities. King Philippe and Queen Mathilde met the residents and their families, the educators and volunteers of the L'Arche Namur resident community, which is an institution that is part of L'Arche International, a global network of communities. L’Arche is a network of communities across the world in which people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together.

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Crown Princess Elisabeth and Prince Emmanuel visited the home Saint Joseph and played some board games with the residents. The residential care center is one of the 150 homes of the The Little Sisters of the Poor (Petites Sœurs des pauvres), which is present in 31 countries across the 5 continents. The Little Sisters of the Poor is a Catholic religious institution for women. It was founded by Jeanne Jugan to care for the elderly in 1839.

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Prince Gabriel and Princess Eleonore helped out in the local shop and warehouse of KRAS. 550 volunteers in 18 workings are part of the KRAS network spread over the Ghent territory. They reach more than 13,000 people in poverty.

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore a new floral-jacquard lame coat from Dries Van Noten. Princess Elisabeth wore a new turtleneck pearl buttons sweater from Zara

Queen Mathilde wore Dries Van Noten Rolta Floral-jacquard Lame Coat
Dries Van Noten Rolta Floral-jacquard Lame Coat

14 Comments

  1. What a lovely family with this great initiative!
    This is what royalty is about: care for “ their” people!

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  2. Heartwarming and inspirational.

    The true spirit of Christmas, not what we receive, but what we give.

    King and Queen of hearts, leading their family with humility.

    Style and substance.

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    1. You gave this gesture the right words!

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    2. Wouldn't it be nice if this spirit could be appled throughout the year and not just at Christmas.
      Fashion side, Queen Mathilde's coat has a touch of "gayness" for the season. Otherwise, fashion mode is low key.

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    3. Fashion side : I like very much the queen's coat, it fits her very well in all respects. The teenagers are dressed age appropriate, very pleasant to watch them.

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  3. Heartwarming and inspirational.

    The true spirit of Christmas, not what we receive, but what we give.

    King and Queen of hearts, leading their family with humility.

    Style and substance.

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  4. Very royal, to put others interest for! Well done! Great gesture in this thim of year, in this year.....

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  5. Prinzessin Elisabeth und auch ihre Geschwister
    werden sehr gewissenhaft auf ihre spätere
    gesellschaftliche Rolle vorbereitet.

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  6. I've started to admire BRF's work and dedication more and more during this year. Another good initiative to help people. Its so nice to see the way the children join in and seem to enjoy what they are doing. Everyone wearing face mask to protect those around them. Good work. Good example.
    Karen

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  7. Was für ein großartiges Engagement der belgischen Royals , sich mit ihren Kindern am 2. Weihnachts Feiertag für Bedürftige einzusetzen . Respekt !!!

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  8. This is brilliant. Good also see the Children take part without their parents - they all seem very responsible and sympathetic. Well done Belgian RF!

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  9. Great photos of this lovely family. It is heartwarming, indeed, as stated above, to see the children out helping others and looking like they are doing it cheerfully. Like the Queen's colourful coat.

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  10. A wonderful initiative involving the whole family - true Christmas spirit at its best.

    Fashion wise - love the Queen's coat.

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