Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg has praised Prince Harry for being an ‘inspiration’.
The ex-wife of Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 36, took to Instagram to share a speech she gave at the Oscars for Social Change in London, revealing that she had been a key speaker alongside her “best friend and colleague.” lawyer’ Prince Harry for two years.
Tessy, who lost her title after divorcing Louis in 2019 and now splits her time between Luxembourg and London, welcomed son Theodor in August with her new CEO husband Frank Floessel.
The ex-royal married Prince Louis in 2006 and has two children Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 15, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 13, with the prince, who is the third son of the country’s reigning monarch, Grand Duke Henri.
Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg, seen in Buckingham Palace, praised Prince Harry for being an ‘inspiration’
Tess shared a video of her lighthearted speech to the ‘NOscars’, which defend minority groups, writing: ‘My keynotes and moderations are slightly different.
“On this video I specifically tease my fellow speaker. If you’ve heard them, you know I’m just me, even on stage. This video was shot by my husband at the Oscars for Social Change in London, known as the NOscars.
‘Champion of minority groups. I have been guest of honor and speaker twice in a row, together with my dear friend, fellow lawyer and inspirer HRH Prince Harry.’
She added: ‘Happy midweek to you and keep smiling. Life is too short to always be too serious’.
NOscars was founded in 2017 to continue to draw attention to HIV and AIDS, with Prince Harry as its patron.
The ex-wife of Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 36, took to Instagram to share a speech she gave at the Oscars for Social Change in London, revealing that she had been a key speaker alongside her “best friend and colleague.” ‘lawyer’ Prince Harry for two years
NOscars was founded in 2017 to continue raising awareness of HIV and AIDS, with Prince Harry (seen with wife Meghan Markle in 2021) as its patron
Tess shared a video of her light-hearted speech to the “NOscars,” which champions minority groups, writing, “My keynotes and moderations are slightly different.”
In July, Tessy married Swiss businessman Frank Floessel in a quiet ceremony in Switzerland.
The following month, she revealed that the couple had welcomed son Theodor after giving birth to 29 hours, writing in an Instagram post: “Our little Theodor. After 29 hours of work.’
Prince Louis and Tessy’s fairytale wedding broke up in 2016 and they received a nisi decree in February last year, after 12 years together.
They were only 20 when they married and were married six months after the birth of their eldest son, Prince Gabriel of Nassau, now 13.
Tessy, who was named Woman of the Decade by the Women Economic Forum in 2017 for her work in women’s empowerment, now lives in London with Gabriel and her youngest son Prince Noah of Nassau, 11.
Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg, 35, has given birth to a baby boy – just a month after she married her handsome Swiss businessman (pictured)
The ex-queen shared the news on Instagram this weekend, posting several photos of her newborn son Theodor
Prince Louis, who will now pay £8,000 a year in child support, renounced his succession to the throne in 2006, a month after he married Tessy, who was not born of royal blood, but to a modest family in the small town of Niederkorn.
At a December hearing, Louis was ordered to pay just £75 a week to each of his two sons after a judge ruled his family’s vast wealth could not be taken into a divorce battle with his ex-wife.
Louis now lives in Paris, while Tessy combines a busy work life with raising the couple’s two children across the Channel.
The philanthropist is co-founder of the social enterprise Professors Without Borders, which aims to improve access to higher education around the world.
She also works as a consultant, public speaker and patron of the UN association.
Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg, 34, married Louis in 2006, and has two children Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 13, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 11, with the prince, who is the third son of the country’s reigning monarch, Grand Duke Henri (seen in 2014)
The former couple was only 20 when they married (left on their wedding day) and married six months after the birth of their eldest son Prince Gabriel of Nassau, now 13 (right, the couple with their children Gabriel and Prince Noah at the 2012 christening Princess Amalia of Orange)