The future Queen of Belgium, who is studying at the University of Oxford, is set to leave the city for the United States.

Crown Princess Elisabeth is soon to finish her History and Politics course at Lincoln College which she began in 2021.

The 22-year-old is the eldest of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium’s four children and is next in line to the throne.

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Oxford Mail: The princess has been studying in Oxford since 2021.The princess has been studying in Oxford since 2021. (Image: Bas Bogaerts)

With the conclusion to her University of Oxford course looming, it has been confirmed by the Belgian Royal Palace where her next home will be.

After she finishes her Oxford undergraduate degree, the royal will begin a masters degree at the renowned Harvard University in Boston.

A statement released from the Belgian Royal Palace said: “After having recently successfully completed the admission tests, Her Royal Highness Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant, will begin a master's degree in public policy this summer at Harvard University (Harvard Kennedy School) in Boston.

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Oxford Mail: Princess Elisabeth at Oxford.Princess Elisabeth at Oxford.

“This two-year course will complete her university education following her bachelor's degree in History and Politics at the University of Oxford (Lincoln College).

“The Princess was also selected for an ‘Honorary Award’ from the Fulbright program, the international exchange program in the field of education of the United States Department of State.”

Princess Elizabeth recently made headlines after meeting former US President Barack Obama alongside her father at the Castle of Laeken in Brussels.