Princess Mathilde and Prince Philippe of
Princess Mathilde and Prince Philippe of Belgium are at the Te Deum Mass at the Saint-Michel and Gudule cathedral in Brussels on July 21, 2010, on the occasion of the Belgian national day. In the text of a speech broadcasted on the eve of Belgium's national day, Belgium's King Albert II said a "new equilibrium" had to be found for the federal state. Albert's intervention comes as Belgium's political parties wrangle on forming a coalition to take over its government after elections on June 13 in which Flemish nationalists emerged as triumphant in the Dutch-speaking north. AFP PHOTO / BELGA PHOTO / ERIC LALMAND (Photo credit should read ERIC LALMAND/AFP via Getty Images)
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21 July, 2010
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