Felix, Claire and Amalia on last issue of Point de Vue magazine

On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix of Luxembourg, Princess Claire of Luxembourg and their daughter Princess Amalia was published.
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia
On the last issue of Point de Vue magazine, an interview which bears the photos of Prince Felix, Princess Claire and Princess Amalia

5 comments:

  1. Felix is like a cooler version of Guillaume, they're really alike and as handsome, but maybe for Guillaume bearing the hereditary grand duke title and all..

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  2. The Sjögren-Larsson syndrome is a terrible disease. Bravo to Felix and Claire for supporting, giving publicity and to open their doors to the association. I love the photo of Claire holding the hand of the young woman in the wheelchair.
    What a pity that Felix and Claire aren't the hereditary couple.

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    1. Totally agree Romana! Good cause to support and lacking funding much needed.

      As to the last thought you wrote? I so agree they seem more .... suited? Not because they are a striking couple as in good lucking...they are but I mean in a way that they seem more at ease and comfortable being there.

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  3. What a lovely family. Their daughter is so cute and looks like she is a lot of fun.

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