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Elisabeth Duchess of Belgium was born on October 25, 2001, in Anderlecht. She is the eldest child of Their Majesties the King and Queen.
As the eldest child, Princess Elizabeth is the first to ascend the throne. Since 21 July 2013, Elisabeth has held the title of Duchess of Brabant, a title reserved for the heir to the throne/heiress.
Princess Elisabeth Duchess studies ‘History & politics at Lincoln College, a college of the University of Oxford. Great Britain is Princess Elizabeth’s family territory. In 2020 he received an International Baccalaureate from UWC Atlantic College in Wales.
In July of this year, she completed a year of military and social sciences at the Royal Military School of Belgium. Before studying in Wales for two years, she attended Sint-Jan Berchmans college, a Dutch-language secondary school in Brussels. In addition, the Princess has participated in Yale University’s Yale Young Global Scholars program.
Princess Elisabeth Duchess is multilingual and speaks fluent Dutch, French, German and English.
In September 2011, she completed her first official job with the inauguration of the children’s hospital. Princess Elisabeth, Department of Paediatrics, Ghent University Hospital She also gave her name to the Belgian research station Princess Elisabeth Antartica and became the patrol boat of the naval patrol boat P902 Pollux.
In June 2019, she accompanied Her Majesty The Queen on a humanitarian visit to Kenya organized by Unicef. This mission ended with an induction course at the Permanent Mission of Belgium to the United Nations in New York.
On her free weekends, the princess likes to spend time with her brothers Gabriel and Emmanuel and her sister Eléonore.
She plays sports, loves skiing, tennis, sailing and diving. The princess also likes to go for walks and communicate with nature.
She has been taking piano lessons for several years. Like all young people her age, her taste in music is diverse.
Elisabeth values her friends with whom she likes to meet and travel. She likes to read because she sees it as an important source of discovery and inspiration.
Volunteers in organizations that help abandoned, elderly, disabled and homeless young people. Additionally, the Duchess has made numerous phone calls to isolated elderly people in care homes during the coronavirus crisis to offer encouragement and support.
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