princess elisabeth of belgium


The state banquet at Christiansborg Palace in honour of the Belgian state visit to Denmark on 28 March 2017 – as seen in Danish and Belgian royal tiaras:

  • Queen Margrethe of Denmark wearing the Pearl Poire Tiara
  • Queen Mathilde of Belgium wearing the Nine Provinces Tiara
  • Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wearing the Ruby Parure Tiara
  • Princess Marie of Denmark (not pictured because the producers refused to give me a close-up of her) wearing the Diamond Floral Tiara
  • Princess Elisabeth of Denmark wearing Princess Thyra’s Sapphire Tiaraa

The Future Queens of Europe :

1. Princess Elisabeth Theresia Maria Helena. Duchess of Brabant.

Born: 25 October 2001. First in line of succession to her father, King Philippe of Belgium

2. Princess Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria. Princess of Orange.  

Born: 7 December 2003. Heiress apparent after her father, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

3. Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway. 

Born: 21 January 2004. Second in line to succession after her father Crown Prince Haakon of Norway.  

4. Princess Leonor de Todos los Santos de Borbón y Ortiz. Princesa de Asturias  

Born: 31 October 2005. First line of succession to her father, King Felipe VI of Spain. 

5. Princess Estelle Silvia Ewa Mary. Duchess of Östergötland. 

Born: 23 February 2012. Second in line of succession after her mother, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden. 

Princess Elisabeth (15 years old) of Belgium , Duchess of Brabant and Queen Mathilde of Belgium attend the finals of Queen Elisabeth Cello 2017 Competition that in the Henry Le Boeuf Great Hall at the Bozar - Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels , Belgium 🎻 -June 3rd 2017.
Beautiful mother and daughter ❤♥💝.


Gathering in Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. Early 1910s

*1.- Crownprincess Marie of Romania, Princess Henriette, Duchesse d´Vendome and Princess Josephine of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen (both neé Princess of Belgium)

*2.-Princess Elisabeth of Romania (later Queen of Greece) with cousin Augusta Viktoria of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen (later Queen of Portugal) and uncle, Prince Wilhelm of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen

*3.-Prince Karl of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen (right) fooling around with brother, Crownprince Ferdinand of Romania.


The Belgian Royal Family and Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg during the exchange of peace at Queen Fabiola of Belgium’s funeral on 12 December 2014.



Even today, lives are shattered by war. Fathers, mothers and children are suffering or are separated. But their misfortune also teach us about courage and dignity. The willpower in their eyes invites us to take a stand for a better world of justice and peace. It comes to us, the youth, to keep our torches high and, like today, form a light front.


The Heir’s Club, 2014

  1. The Prince Charles of Wales (member since 1953)
  2. Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark (member since 1972)
  3. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (member since 1980)
  4. Alois Philipp Maria, Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein (member since 1989)
  5. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway (member since 1990)
  6. Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan (member since 1991)
  7. Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan (member since 1994)
  8. Prince Guillaume Jean Joesph Marie, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg (member since 2000)
  9. Princess Catharina-Amalia of Oranje (member since 2013)
  10. Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, The Duchess of Brabant (member since 2013)
  11. The Most Serene Infanta Doña Leonor de Todos los Santos de Borbón y Ortiz, Princess of Asturias, Princess of Girona, Princess of Viaana, Duchess of Monblanc, Countess of Cervera and Lady of Balaguer (member since 2014)
  12. Prince Jacques Honoré Rainier, Hereditary Prince of Monaco, Marquis de Baux (member since 2014)

Princess Élisabeth of Belgium, Duchess of Brabant; Prince Gabriël of Belgium; Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este; and Princess Louise of Belgium reciting prayers of the faithful at the funeral of their great-aunt, Queen Fabiola of Belgium, on 12 December 2014.