Monday, February 20, 2017

Tessy loses her royal title


The Nassau Family Pact and the Bylaws concerning the (Luxembourg) House Laws make it clear on the status of former wives Luxembourg royals.  On February 17, the day a London court issued a decree nisi to HRH Princess Tessy of Luxembourg on the grounds of Prince Louis' "unreasonable behavior."
The decree absolute will take place six weeks and one day after the decree was issued.

For more information, please click this link.

http://www.luxarazzi.com/2017/02/its-official-no-title-for-tessy.html

5 comments:

www.maltagenealogy.com said...

So are we assuming as Ms de Nassau, or de Luxembourg, as I see with Chatham House.

https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/tessy-de-luxembourg

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

She used de Luxembourg or de Nassau as her surname, but most likely she will revert to her maiden name Antony. Just like Helene Vestsur.

www.maltagenealogy.com said...

Thanks Marlene, I wondered about Helene.

Marlene Eilers Koenig said...

Helene was never created a princess in her own right - which Tessy was several years after the marriage but the house law is specific, a wife loses her title and rank at the time of the legal separation.

Marion Banks-Wilkinson said...

Its so sad to see them split up.