Belgian Royal Family attend European Championship to cheer on Belgium

©Bas Bogaerts/Belgian Royal Palace

King Philippe of the Belgians attended the European Championships to cheer on Belgium against Romania.

The King brought three of his four children to the football match at RheinEnergie Stadium in Cologne. Prince Gabriel, Prince Emmanuel and Princess Eleonore joined their father to cheer on the Belgian national team, the Red Devils, against the Romanians.

Queen Mathilde and Princess Elisabeth did not attend.

Belgium came out victorious in a 2-0 win.

King Philippe also visited the Red Devils earlier this month at the national training centre with Prince Emmanuel.

The Belgians aren’t the only royals to be seen at the European Championships. The Prince of Wales joined King Frederik and Princess Josephine of Denmark for the England versus Denmark match earlier in the week.

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