The future Queen of Belgium, who is studying at the University of Oxford, has met with Barack Obama.

Crown Princess Elisabeth, who is on a History and Politics course at Lincoln College, is the eldest of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium’s four children.

The 22-year-old, who is next in line to the throne, met the former US President with her father at the Castle of Laeken in Brussels.

Oxford Mail: The princess with Barack Obama.The princess with Barack Obama. (Image: The Belgian Royal Palace)

After Mr Obama spoke to the Belgian royals, the 44th US President gave a keynote speech at a technology event near Antwerp on Sunday, March 17.

The princess wore an aptly royal blue two-piece as she was photographed alongside her father and Mr Obama.

Princess Elisabeth made headlines in February after befriending a fellow student at Oxford who is studying history at the same college as her.

Oxford Mail: The princess is currently studying at the University of Oxford.The princess is currently studying at the University of Oxford.

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Nicholas Dodd of Rochdale first met the princess on their matriculation day in October 2021 and since then the pair have allegedly become close.

According to a Belgian newspaper as per The Times, the pair have since developed a relationship that “transcends friendship”.

Before moving to Oxford, Princess Elisabeth studied at Atlantic College, a boarding school set in a 12th-century castle in the Vale of Glamorgan.

After her grandfather’s abdication due to health reasons back in 2013, she became the Duchess of Brabant and heir apparent.