On June 7, 2022, Princess Astrid of Belgium, 60, was in New York, after Atlanta, for her economic mission to the United States. Once in town, Princess Astrid and Ministers David Clarinval, Willy Borsus and Pascal Smet visited the headquarters of the famous Belgian brewery AB Inbev. Hosted by Brendan Whitworth, CEO of Anheuser-Busch and President of the American zone of AB Inbev, Astrid from Belgium had the opportunity to taste a Stella Artois while admiring the view from the roof of the building. Note that Stella Artois is the most consumed Belgian beer in the United States, as explained by USA Today.

During this visit, Princess Astrid of Belgium again stood out in her extravagant outfit. For her top, the mother of Amedeo, Maria Laura, Joachim, Luisa Maria and Laetitia Maria opted for a jacket signed Valentino, entirely covered with two-tone sequins, with a trompe-oeil effect of tiger skin. Its borders are encrusted with marabou feathers. Remember that the day before, Astrid from Belgium has already been talked about with her shirt signed Dries Van Noten. This one was set with a raffia embroidery, reminiscent of the colors of the Belgian flag.

A very busy stay for Princess Astrid of Belgium

This American stay is not easy for Princess Astrid. After taking off early in the morning from Atlanta on June 7, Astrid from Belgium arrived around noon in New York to continue her economic mission. During this visit, the Belgian monarch was at the head of a Belgian delegation comprising around 540 people. Once installed at the Sheraton Hotel, on Times Square, Princess Astrid of Belgium then chained visits, including that of the Belgian brewery AB Inbev.

After this stop, Princess Astrid was also present at a conference on the use of data in the health system at the Harvard Club. In the evening, accompanied by Jean-Arthur Régibeau, Ambassador of Belgium to the United States, Astrid of Belgium attended a welcome reception, organized at the Loeb Boathouse Central Park.

Princess Astrid of Belgium © Photonews


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