Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Queen Rania of Jordan showed off their sartorial style on Day 2 of the latter and her husband King Abdullah’s official visit to Belgium Friday. Mathilde, 43, and Rania, 45, looked stunning in their respective daytime looks. The former opted for head-to-toe pink, while Rania wore a black and white dress for their day out in Bruges.

The royal duo went out for some chocolate shopping. Their husband King Phillipe and Abdullah accompanied them on their visit to the city in northwest Belgium. Mathilde was pretty in pink, she wore a pink dress paired with matching headpiece and a pink clutch bag.

The Belgian royal accessorized with pearl drop earrings, a bracelet, metal watch and her engagement ring. She also wore matching high heels. Her blonde locks were swept sideways and styled into a loose, low bun, to which was fastened her floral pink fascinator.

Mathilde’s dress featured a boat neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and fitted skirt. For her daytime make-up the queen opted for a hint of pink lipstick, some matching blush and eyeliner.

Meanwhile, Rania, the mother-of-four, looked stunning in a black and white dress. Her dress featured turtle neck, long sleeves with puffed detailing near the shoulder and tapering towards the end. The dress was cinched in at the waist with a black belt that showed off Rania’s slim waistline.

The Jordanian royal wore a black and white long coat on top of the dress. She accessorized with rings in both the hands and drop earrings. She added height to her frame in a pair of metallic gray high heels.

Rania added a pop of color to her ensemble with a red handbag. The queen wore nude lipstick, smoky eye make-up with lots of black mascara and eyeliner. Her long brunette tresses were left loose over her shoulders in a center part and styled in loose waves. The royals also visited the Technical institute of the Holy Family in Bruges where Rania admired a bust made by one of the students.