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Recap: Prince Félix weds Claire Lademacher;
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Recap: Prince Félix weds Claire Lademacher

This past week , Prince Félix married Claire Lademacher in a civil and a religious wedding in Germany and France, respectively. If you haven’t already, you should start following Luxarazzi‘s blog and Twitter for the latest updates on the royal families of Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. 17 September: Civil Wedding – Königstein im Taunus, Germany Luxarazzi blog post on …

Royal Engagement 2 in Luxembourg: Prince Félix & Claire Lademacher;
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Royal Engagement 2 in Luxembourg: Prince Félix & Claire Lademacher

Not even 2 months since the Royal Wedding in Luxembourg of HGD Prince Guillaume and his wife Stéphanie, Comtesse de Lannoy, the Grand Ducal family has been announced today, 13 Dec, that the 2nd son of Grand Duke Henri, Prince Félix is engaged to Claire Lademacher! Many were already wondering when Prince Félix would follow in his brothers’ footsteps …

Fashion

Luxembourg’s Royal Wedding & the new Hereditary Grand Duchess!

CONGRATULATIONS Luxembourg on your new Hereditary Grand Duchess! CONGRATULATIONS to HGD Guillaume on your marriage to your lovely bride! Today, on 20 October 2012, the Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg married Stephanie, Countess of Lannoy. The religious wedding ceremony took place at 11AM at the Cathedrale Notre Dame de Luxembourg. The bride wore Elie Saab …

Fashion

Luxembourg’s Royal Wedding: HGD Guillaume & Stéphanie

Today, on 19 October 2012, the Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg, age 30, married Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy of Belgium, age 28, in a civil ceremony. Countess Stéphanie wore a Chanel outfit, somewhat reminiscent of the Diana, Princess of Wales’ pearl gown and of the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding gown. I found her overall appearance …

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg;
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Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Place visited: Luxembourg City/ Stad Lëtzebuerg (capital) Royal Family: Grand Duke Henri (constitutional monarchy – the world’s only remaining sovereign Grand Duchy) Languages spoken: Luxembourgish, French, German Moien! So say the Luxembourgers for “hello” (same as Plattdeutsch spoken in Northern Germany and other countries). But it appeared that French is more spoken in Luxembourg for I …