Maria Teresa narrated an unpublished version of the fable Mouse Ketti

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa. Luxembourgian fable. pearl earrings and white shirt. Princess Stephanie. Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie
Accompanied by cellist Annemie Osborne and under the direction of artistic director Milla Trausch and composer Serge Tonnar, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa narrated an unpublished and new interpretation of the famous Luxembourgian fable "D’Maus Kätti (Mouse Ketti)". The video was released on the evening of June 28.

Maria Teresa narrated an unpublished version of the fable Mouse Ketti - VIDEO

Mouse Ketti, written by Luxembourgish author Auguste Liesch, was first published in 1936 and is based on the fable "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse" by Aesop. It is considered the most famous Luxembourgish children’s tale.

4 Comments

  1. Quel plaisir de voir Maria Teresa radieuse sans doute parce qu'elle est devenue grand-mère avec le prince Charles. J'aime beaucoup cette grande chemise blanche qui va très bien à sa silhouette. Bien jolie sa coiffure courte avec de jolies mèches ; c'est un style qui lui va à merveille !

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  2. The Duchess gets a lot of mileage from her crisp white smocks!

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  3. She looks beautiful in this style. Her short hair is very becoming. A beautiful woman

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  4. Superbe !

    Merci Madame....

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