Count Charles-Henri d’Udekem d’Acoz and Caroline Philippe said “Yes” to each other in Normandy this Saturday, September 3. A great moment for Queen Mathilde who sees her youngest brother unite. For the occasion, practically the entire Belgian royal family was present on site, in Pont-l’Évêque, in Calvados. Only Prince Gabriel was absent, because he has just returned to the Royal Military School for training.
At 49, Queen Mathilde is the eldest of the siblings. Her sister, Marie-Alix, died 25 years ago in a car accident, at the same time as her grandmother, Princess Zofia Sapieha. In the order of the siblings, then succeed Elisabeth, 45 years old, Hélène, 42 years old, and Charles-Henri, 37 years old.
Who is the newlywed, Charles-Henri?
The last bachelor of the siblings, he is a lawyer in Brussels, specializing in regional planning and rural law. It helps individuals, companies and authorities in the administrative management of their real estate in Brussels and Wallonia. His wife Caroline is a manager in Brussels at Telos Impact, a consulting company that uses the money of the rich for social innovation.