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  1. Albert II of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    Albert II (born 6 June 1934) was King of the Belgians from 1993 to 2013. King Albert II is the last living child of King Leopold III and Queen Astrid, born princess of Sweden. He is the younger brother of Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte of Luxembourg and King Baudouin, whom he succeeded upon Baudouin's death in 1993.

    • Early life

      Prince Albert was born in Stuyvenberg Castle, Brussels, as...

    • Marriage and family

      In 1958, Albert went to the Vatican to witness the...

    • Official role

      As the younger brother of the childless King Baudouin,...

    • Honours

      King Albert II is Doctor Honoris Causa of: 1. the Catholic...

    • Baudouin

      Baudouin was born in the Château du Stuyvenberg, near...

    • Queen Mathilde of Belgium

      Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz was born on 20 January 1973 in...

  2. Albert II of Belgium - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Albert II (French: Albert Félix Humbert Théodore Christian Eugène Marie, Dutch: Albert Felix Humbert Theodoor Christiaan Eugène Marie, German: Albert Felix Humbert Theodor Christian Eugen Maria) (born Stuyvenberg Castle, Brussels, 6 June 1934) was the King of the Belgians and a constitutional monarch.

  3. King Al­bert II is the last liv­ing child of King Leopold III and Queen Astrid, born princess of Swe­den. He is the younger brother of Grand Duchess Joséphine-Char­lotte of Lux­em­bourg and King Bau­douin, whom he suc­ceeded upon Bau­douin's death in 1993.

  4. Albert II of Belgium - The Reader Wiki, Reader View of Wikipedia

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    Albert II (born 6 June 1934) was King of the Belgians from 1993 to 2013. King Albert II is the last living child of King Leopold III and Queen Astrid, born princess of Sweden. He is the younger brother of Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte of Luxembourg and King Baudouin, whom he succeeded upon Baudouin's death in 1993.

  5. Albert I of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    Albert grew up in the Palace of the Count of Flanders, initially as third in the line of succession to the Belgian throne as his reigning uncle Leopold II's son had already died. When, however, Albert's older brother, Prince Baudouin of Belgium , who had been subsequently prepared for the throne, also died young, Albert, at the age of 16, unexpectedly became second in line (after his father) to the Belgian Crown.

  6. King Albert II of Belgium | Royalty Wiki | Fandom

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    Albert II (Albert Félix Humbert Théodore Chrétien Eugène Marie; born 6 June 1934) reigned as King of the Belgians, from 1993 until his abdication in 2013. King Albert II is the son of King Leopold III and Queen Astrid, born princess of Sweden.

  7. Queen Paola of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    Apart from her activities in the company of King Albert II, Queen Paola devotes her time to social issues mainly in the social and cultural sphere. [10] The Queen has demonstrated interest in the contemporary Belgian arts, visiting Venetian Biennale several times.

  8. Leopold II of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    On 17 December 1909, Leopold II died at Laeken, and the Belgian crown passed to Albert I, the son of Leopold's brother, Philippe, Count of Flanders. His funeral cortege was booed by the crowd in expression of disapproval of his rule of the Congo. Leopold's reign of exactly 44 years remains the longest in Belgian history.

  9. Princess Delphine of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    Princess Delphine of Belgium, known previously as Jonkvrouw Delphine Boël, is a Belgian artist and member of the Belgian royal family. She is the daughter of King Albert II of Belgium with Baroness Sybille de Selys Longchamps, and the half-sister of King Philippe of Belgium. Before 1 October 2020, she belonged to the Belgian titled nobility and was legally Jonkvrouw Boël. On that date, she was lawfully recognised as Princess of Belgium with the style "Her Royal Highness".

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