- Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium met with officials in Luxembourg
- She wore a elegant red and gold wrap dress paired with nude heels and clutch
- The meeting of the Chiefs of State was held at the Neumünster Abbey
Queen Mathilde of Belgium was the picture of elegance during a visit to Luxembourg on the arm of the King.
The smiling Queen, who at one point was snapped giving her husband’s arm a loving squeeze, sported a bold wrap dress with a striking red and gold print.
She and King Philippe appeared to be in high spirits, smiling as they were greeted by Luxembourg’s Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Theresa at Neumünster Abbey.
Queen Mathilde, 44, lovingly holds on to King Phillippe’s, 57, arm during a speech
Fresh-faced in natural make-up, Queen Mathilde let her statement dress do the talking at the event – an informal meeting of German-speaking countries
She donned a pair of nude pointed heels and clutch bag to complement the outfit.
The informal meeting that took place at the Abbaye de Neumunster in Luxembourg.
This was the 14th informal meeting of the Chiefs of State of the German Speaking countries.
The royals were given a warm welcome by Luxembourg Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and Luxembourg Grand Duke Henri
Pictured above from left to right: Luxembourg Grand Duke Henri, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Philippe of Belgium and Luxembourg Grand Duchess Maria Teresa
Queen Mathilde of Belgium (L) and King Philippe of Belgium (R) during the 14th informal meeting of the Chiefs of State of the German Speaking countries
Looking relaxed, Queen Mathilde smiles as she sits in the sun at Abbaye de Neumunster