Monarchy of Belgium  

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The monarchy of Belgium is a constitutional, popular and hereditary monarchy whose incumbent is titled the King or Queen of the Belgians and serves as the country's head of state. There have been seven Belgian monarchs since independence in 1830.

The present incumbent, Philippe, became monarch on 21 July 2013.




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