In a video sequence, the Queen offers everyone, but especially the children, to use this time of confinement to read and write.
This Tuesday, March 24, Queen Mathilde took advantage of this period of confinement to read aloud on video a short extract from the book: “So far everything is fine”, by Marie Colot (ed. Alice), who received the Premiere Victor Prize for children’s books. The Queen wants to encourage young people in this country to read more during this complicated time that we are currently going through because of the coronavirus. She also suggests that young people and adults alike keep a diary during this period of confinement, which will allow them to later remember the impressions they have felt.
The sequence was filmed in a living room of the royal castle of Laeken, the Queen like the Royal Family applying to the letter the containment measures imposed by the authorities of the country.
Reading aloud to encourage young people to read more during the difficult time we are going through. Discover an extract from the book that was recently crowned with the Premiere Victor Prize for children’s books.https://t.co/ALbE90XjZ1 #fondsvictor #mariecolot @rtbf pic.twitter.com/o9h3jb6t49
– Belgian Royal Palace (@MonarchieBe) March 24, 2020
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