Prince Laurent will abandon his endowment to go to work in Turkey: “I do not compare myself to Prince Harry”

Prince Laurent will abandon his endowment to go to work in Turkey: “I do not compare myself to Prince Harry”
Prince Laurent will abandon his endowment to go to work in Turkey: “I do not compare myself to Prince Harry”

In the royal family, one man has always stood out from the traditional monarchical reserve: Prince Laurent. The brother of our King Philippe 1st has once again spoken to the Belgian press. And to our colleague from HLN, Laurent explained that he soon planned to go abroad to work. He thus renounces the royal endowment. “I want to work abroad. There, in Turkey, I could make myself more useful and I won’t need an endowment. I want to be less involved in public activities. I prefer to commit to clean energy.”

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And if our Dutch-speaking colleagues ask him if he compares himself to Harry from Great Britain, he refutes. “I am not comparing myself to Prince Harry. I have always been an entrepreneur.”

Moreover, the Prince announces that he has always wanted to leave the Kingdom to live a little further south. “It’s no secret: one day I will live in Italy.”

Moreover, Laurent explains the reasons for this desire. For him, his fundamental rights are not respected. He cannot live freely and must request numerous authorizations from the federal government. “I have a cousin who is head of state (Henri de Luxembourg), if I want to see him, I have to ask permission. Take this question to the European Court of Human Rights, they will laugh at you.

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