95th birthday anniversary of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg

Grand-Duke Henri, Grande-Duchess Maria Teresa, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie, Prince Félix, Princes Claire, Prince Louis, Princess Tessy, Prince Gabriel of Nassau, Prince of Nassau Noah
Luxembourg' former ruler turned 95 on Tuesday this week. In addition to all of Grand Duke Jean's children, grandchildren and his two eldest great-grandchildren, various royals and other relatives and friends were also in attendance for the celebrations that started with a photo opportunity at the palais grand-ducal.

Grand-Duke Henri, Grande-Duchess Maria Teresa, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie, Prince Félix, Princes Claire, Prince Louis, Princess Tessy, Prince Gabriel of Nassau, Prince of Nassau Noah, Princess Alexandra, Prince Sébastien, Archduke Christian of Austria, Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria, Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria, Comte Rodolphe of Limburg-Stirum, Archduke Imre of Austria, Archduchess Kathleen of Austria, Archduke Christoph of Austria, Archduchess Adelaïde of Austria, Archduke Alexander of Austria, Archduchess Gabriella of Austria, Prince Nicolas of Liechtenstein, Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein, Princess Maria-Annunciata of Liechtenstein, Princess Astrid of Liechtenstein, Prince Joseph-Emmanuel of Liechtenstein, Prince Jean of Nassau, Countess Diane of Nassau, Princess Marie Gabrielle of Nassau, Prince Carl Johann of Nassau, Prince Constantin of Nassau, Prince Wenceslas of Nassau, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Prince Paul-Louis of Nassau, Princess Charlotte of Nassau, Prince Léopold of Nassau, Prince Jean of Nassau, Princess of Ligne Anne, Chevalier Charles de Fabribeckers of Grâce and Cortils, Countess of Antonia Holstein-Ledreborg, Dr Le and Madame John H. Fruchaud, Archduchess Anna Gabriella of Austria, Archduchess Catherina of Austria, Prince Hassan of Jordan, Princess Sarvath of Jordan, King Constantin of Greece, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Queen Sofia of Spain, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, King Philippe of the Belgians, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians.
Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria, Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria, Comte Rodolphe of Limburg-Stirum, Archduke Imre of Austria, Archduchess Kathleen of Austria, Archduke Christoph of Austria, Archduchess Adelaïde of Austria, Archduke Alexander of Austria, Archduchess Gabriella of Austria, Prince Nicolas of Liechtenstein, Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein, Princess Maria-Annunciata of Liechtenstein, Princess Astrid of Liechtenstein,
Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria, Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria, Comte Rodolphe of Limburg-Stirum, Archduke Imre of Austria, Archduchess Kathleen of Austria, Archduke Christoph of Austria, Archduchess Adelaïde of Austria, Archduke Alexander of Austria, Archduchess Gabriella of Austria, Prince Nicolas of Liechtenstein, Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein, Princess Maria-Annunciata of Liechtenstein, Princess Astrid of Liechtenstein,
Dr Le and Madame John H. Fruchaud, Archduchess Anna Gabriella of Austria, Archduchess Catherina of Austria, Prince Hassan of Jordan, Princess Sarvath of Jordan, King Constantin of Greece, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Queen Sofia of Spain, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark,
Dr Le and Madame John H. Fruchaud, Archduchess Anna Gabriella of Austria, Archduchess Catherina of Austria, Prince Hassan of Jordan, Princess Sarvath of Jordan, King Constantin of Greece, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Queen Sofia of Spain, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark,
Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Prince Paul-Louis of Nassau, Princess Charlotte of Nassau, Prince Léopold of Nassau, Prince Jean of Nassau, Princess of Ligne Anne, Chevalier Charles de Fabribeckers of Grâce and Cortils, Countess of Antonia Holstein-Ledreborg, Dr Le and Madame John H. Fruchaud
Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Prince Paul-Louis of Nassau, Princess Charlotte of Nassau, Prince Léopold of Nassau, Prince Jean of Nassau, Princess of Ligne Anne, Chevalier Charles de Fabribeckers of Grâce and Cortils, Countess of Antonia Holstein-Ledreborg, Dr Le and Madame John H. Fruchaud
Prince Hassan of Jordan, Princess Sarvath of Jordan, King Constantin of Greece, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Queen Sofia of Spain, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands
King Constantin of Greece, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Queen Sofia of Spain, Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, King Philippe of the Belgians, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians.
Prince Jean of Nassau, Countess Diane of Nassau, Princess Marie Gabrielle of Nassau, Prince Carl Johann of Nassau, Prince Constantin of Nassau, Prince Wenceslas of Nassau, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sibilla, Prince Paul-Louis of Nassau, Princess Charlotte of Nassau, Prince Léopold of Nassau,

20 comments:

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    1. What a rude observation. It really is none of your business.

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    2. Stephanie has said before that she would like to wait a little, even up to three years, Guillaume also said that they wanted to wait a few years before having any children so that they could enjoy being newlyweds and Stephanie could adjust to her new role. Every couple has to decide for themselves when they feel ready to have a baby.

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    3. Commentaire imbécile.

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    4. If there's a fertility problem, it can as well be on the man's side. Why always automatically "blame" the woman ?

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    5. Yes, anonymous 15:51. It could also be guillaume's problem.

      As to anonymous 14:27...please explain why you think my comment is stupid.

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    6. none of our concern really!

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    7. Black Alien yours was an Horrible horrible and unpolite comment! Is in nobodys business if a couple decide on such a personal and private matters.

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    8. I too feel that Black Alien has posted one of the most ignorant post that I have ever read. What they chose to do with their lives, by complications or by choice, is their business.

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    9. What a rude and pointless comment of yours.

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    10. To the moderator of this site: can you please eliminate the ugly comment of Black Alien Musing 06:04? It's none of her/his/our business.

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  2. Nice gathering , happy 95 birthday to the grand duke .

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  3. Und wo sind die Skandinavier?

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  4. Young nobels ....there will always be a upper class and a ...rich and poor....
    ....I have a dream....there is one.

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  5. A proud age Congratulations !!!

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  6. Stephanie trägt Hosen? Das überrascht mich sehr.Irgendwie passt das nicht zu ihr und auch nicht zum Anlass.

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    1. Stimmt. Ein Rock oder Kleid steht frau einfach besser, ist weiblicher und auch festlicher. Aber auch Königin Sofia trägt ein Hose, wie ich sehe...
      Aber Stephanie wird letztlich ihren Grund haben, warum sie eine Hose getragen hat :-)

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  7. Happy Birthday to Grand duke Jean!

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  8. I see why royals are now marrying commoners, too much inbreeding is not good.

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