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|Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium|
Minister of Foreign Affairs
|Assumed office |
1 October 2020
|Prime Minister||Alexander De Croo|
|Preceded by||Philippe Goffin|
|52nd Prime Minister of Belgium|
27 October 2019 – 1 October 2020
Alexander De Croo
Didier Reynders (2019)
|Preceded by||Charles Michel|
|Succeeded by||Alexander De Croo|
|Minister of Budget|
1 October 2015 – 27 October 2019
|Prime Minister||Charles Michel|
|Preceded by||Hervé Jamar|
|Succeeded by||David Clarinval|
|Born||15 January 1975|
Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium
|Political party||Reformist Movement|
|Parents||Philippe Wilmès (father)|
|Education||Saint-Louis University, Brussels|
Sophie Wilmès (French: [wilmɛːs]; born 15 January 1975) is a Belgian politician. In October 2019, she became the Prime Minister of Belgium. She is the first female head of government of Belgium  and of Jewish descent.
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- "De eerste vrouwelijke premier van België staat voor een ondankbare taak". demorgen.be (in Dutch).
- Israel HaYom