Queen Mathilde of Belgium continues the engagements. On Friday February 11, the 49-year-old sovereign traveled to Mons to visit a nursing school. Mathilde from Belgium is particularly interested in the impact of covid-19 in various fields in Belgium. This school where Queen Mathilde met students and teachers has also been very impacted by the health crisis, according to Paris Match. Queen Mathilde de Mathilde therefore paid a one-hour visit to the Hainaut Condorcet Provincial High School. According to the Palace, the queen consort of Belgium was able to attend practical workshops.

The February 11 workshops focused on “the anatomy course, the simulation tools used to approach aging and in pediatrics, as well as emergency medical aid, thanks to high-fidelity mannequins”, indicates the Palace. In addition, Queen Mathilde of Belgium had the opportunity to find out about the impact of the health crisis on prices. The wife of King Philippe of Belgium, 61, was also informed about the technologies implemented to adapt the organization of the courses. Speech therapist herself, the mother of Elisabeth of Belgium, of Gabriel of Belgium, of Éléonore of Belgium and of Emmanuel of Belgium is not totally foreign to the health professions.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium goes from a coat dress to a salmon suit signed Natan

For her visit on February 11, the Belgian sovereign opted for an elegant salmon-colored outfit. Queen Mathilde of Belgium displayed herself in a trouser suit from the Natan brand. The jacket has three large buttons and a belt at the waist made with the same fabric. Queen Mathilde contrasted the salmon of her suit set with the light beige of her handbag and her pumps. For her visit the day before, Mathilde from Belgium also chose a coat-dress designed by Natan with a houndstooth print. According to Paris Match, the Queen of the Belgians also paid a visit to “the Flemish hotline ‘De Vlaamse Hulplijn 1712′”.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium © Frederic Andrieu

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