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In the Belgian royal house there is two birthdays to celebrate one behind the other. After King Philippe had celebrated his 62nd birthday on Good Friday, today celebrates its 14th birthday at this Saturday, April 16, daughter Princess Eléonore of Belgium. For this occasion, the Belgian palace released a new photo of the young Royal.

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Sweet portrait with family dogs

The photo that the palace posted, among others, posted on its official Instagram account , shows the 14- Year with two family dogs on the arm in front of Laeken Castle. The radiant princess carries a black pullunder over a white shirt and a casual light blue jeans. Under the mail there are numerous birthday wishes from the people for the Royal.

Princess Elénore is the youngest child of Queen Mathilde (49) and husband King Philippe of Belgium. The Royal Pair, which has been married since 1999, has three more children: the sons Gabriel (18) and Emmanuel (16) and daughter Elisabeth (20).

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