Belgium's Queen Fabiola lying in state at Royal Palace

The remains of the late Queen Fabiola arrived at the Royal Palace of Brussels on December 9, 2014. The funeral will take place on December 12. (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)


Below: Belgium’s current king, Philippe, and his wife, Queen Mathilde (at right), along with Philippe’s parents, King Albert II and Queen Paola (at left) view Queen Fabiola’s body lying in state at the Royal Palace of Brussels on December 9. Queen Fabiola was the widow of King Albert’s brother, King Baudouin, who died in 1993. (Photo by DIDIER LEBRUN/AFP/Getty Images)

One Reply to “Belgium's Queen Fabiola lying in state at Royal Palace”

  1. I have always felt real sadness for this ‘Lady’, as have many I’m sure. She will be remembered as the woman who gave King Bedouin his smile, and brought joy into his life, albeit she was unable to give him the heir he would have wanted.

    Rest in peace Fabiola, you were loved and respected by so many, not only in Belgium, but around the world.

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