Queen Mathilde of Belgium puts on a maroon blouse as she visits nursing students affected by Covid

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Queen of prints! Mathilde van België cuts a stylish figure in a maroon blouse and patterned trousers as she watches nursing students practice emergency treatment on life-size dummies during university visit

  • Queen Mathilde of Belgium, 48, attended VIVES University of Applied Sciences
  • The monarch looked glamorous in a maroon blouse when she arrived on campus
  • Spoke to nursing students about experiences in hospitals during Covid crisis

Queen Mathilde of Belgium cut a chic figure when she visited the VIVES University of Applied Sciences in Kortrijk, Belgium today.

The mum of four, 48, looked stylish in a chestnut wrap blouse that featured three quarter sleeves and a waist belt detail which she paired with a matching maroon face mask.

Typically stylish, the royal paired her ensemble with wide-leg pants and a pair of pointed heels.

Mathilde, who waved to the benefactors upon her arrival, adorned with striking hexagonal earrings and kept her makeup minimal – opting for a light coat of mascara and a hint of pink blush.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, 48, cut a glamorous figure in wide-leg paisley-print trousers as she visited VIVES University of Applied Sciences in Kortrijk, Belgium today

During the visit, the Belgian royal family visited two simulation rooms where students and caregivers learn to put their skills into practice

During the visit, the Belgian royal family visited two simulation rooms where students and caregivers learn to put their skills into practice

The royal also wore an assortment of gold bracelets and a watch her left wrist, and was greeted by university officials when she arrived on campus.

During the visit, the Belgian Queen spoke with nursing students who were involved in the intensive care units of several hospitals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mathilde also listened to the experiences of the young adults and the impact the corona crisis has had on their education.

As part of the tour, she visited two simulation rooms where students and caregivers put their skills into practice performing emergency procedures on life-size dummies.

The mum of four looked stylish in a maroon wrap blouse with three-quarter sleeves and a waist belt detail

The mum of four looked stylish in a maroon wrap blouse with three-quarter sleeves and a waist belt detail

Mathilde wore a pair of striking hexagonal earrings and kept her makeup minimal - with a simple smokey eye, mascara and pink blusher

Mathilde wore a pair of striking hexagonal earrings and kept her makeup minimal – with a simple smokey eye, mascara and pink blusher

Students learn to deal with real-life situations as they are simulated in the SIMlab Robot Doll Room and the High-Tech Immersive Room as part of their training.

In March, the Belgian royal family released a portrait of King Philippe on the occasion of his 61st birthday.

The monarch looks suave in a formal black suit with a vibrant purple tie, and can relax on a luxurious chair as he stares out the window.

Philippe’s sophisticated photo was shared on the royals’ Instagram account, along with the caption: ‘Thank you for your birthday wishes!’

As part of the tour, she visited two simulation rooms where students and caregivers put their skills into practice performing emergency procedures on life-size dummies.

As part of the tour, she visited two simulation rooms where students and caregivers put their skills into practice performing emergency procedures on life-size dummies.

Students learn to deal with real-life situations as they are simulated in the SIMlab Robot Doll Room and the High-Tech Immersive Room as part of their training

Students learn to deal with real-life situations as they are simulated in the SIMlab Robot Doll Room and the High-Tech Immersive Room as part of their training

Queen Mathilde also listened to the experiences of the young adults and the impact the corona crisis has had on their education

Queen Mathilde also listened to the experiences of the young adults and the impact the corona crisis has had on their education

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