Queen Mathilde of Belgium looked typically elegant in a chic cream dress alongside the Crown Princess Elisabeth during a visit to the city of Luxor.
The royal, 49, showed off her sophisticated belted dress which she paired with flat cream loafers on the second day of her royal visit to Egypt.
Meanwhile her daughter Princess Elisabeth, 21, hit all the right notes with her stylish ensemble as she donned a khaki green jumpsuit.
She accessorised with a brown belt which cinched her waist and added a pair of white trainers.
Meanwhile her mother added some glamour to her ensemble with dramatic gold earrings and a slew of bracelets.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium, 49, looked typically elegant in a chic cream dress alongside Crown Princess Elisabeth, 21, during a visit to the city of Luxor
The royal mother showed off her sophisticated belted dress which she paired with flat cream loafers on the second day of her royal visit to Egypt
Queen Mathilde donned a light palette of makeup which featured a light slick of pink lipstick.
Elisabeth’s brunette locks were stylished in bouncy curls while she shielded her eyes with stylish sunglasses.
The mother and daughter duo visited Vulture Rock, an archaeological site situated 90 km to the south of Luxor.
In the archeological site of El Kab there are various tombs dating back to the Middle and the New Kingdoms.
The tombs provide information about the period of the Hyksos and the beginning of the Eighteenth Dynasty which led the liberation of the country.
Earlier in the day, the royal pair posed for snaps during a visit to the Winter Palace, which was built in 1886.
Winter Palace is a five star hotel, with a tropical garden, that hosted royalties and celebrities throughout the years.
The Queen and the Crown Princess are in the country for an official three-day trip.
They are undertaking the same trip to Egypt that the wife of King Albert I, Queen Elizabeth, and her son Leopold, later King Leopold III, did exactly 100 years ago.
Princess Elisabeth of Belgium hit all the right notes with her stylish ensemble as she donned a khaki green jumpsuit
The mother and daughter duo visited Vulture Rock, an archaeological site situated 90 km to the south of Luxor
The royal mother and daughter pairing joined a tour guide who showed them around the archeological site of El Kab
KMKG-MRAH’s Wouter Claes, Queen Mathilde and Princess Elisabeth pictured during a visit to the archeological site of El Kab, on the second day of a royal visit to Egypt
The two women appeared in good spirits as they visited the historic site during their three day trip to the country
Queen Mathilde donned a light palette of makeup which featured a light slick of pink lipstick and a pair of glamorous earrings
The Princess is currently studying ‘History & Politics’ at Oxford University’s Lincoln College.
The 21-year-old will ascend the throne after her father. A change in the law a decade ago made it possible for the eldest child, male or female, to ascend the throne in the country. She will become the country’s first Queen Regent if she takes up the role.
Elisabeth spent 18 months boarding at UWC Atlantic College in South Wales before returning home to Brussels during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The princess, who received her International Baccalaureate Diploma in 2020, enrolled at Oxford University after completing a one-year course in social and military sciences at the Royal Military Academy.
The course is said to teach in-depth about the four components of Belgian defence; Army, Air Force, Navy and Medical.
King Philippe, 60, spent three years at the esteemed institution between 1978 to 1981.
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