Tessy Antony, Princess of Luxembourg, has launched an official website. The royal revealed her “exciting new project” on her Twitter and Instagram accounts on Thursday, 9 August.
In her posts, she said, “Exciting new project…. My website is live. Tessydenassau.com✊✨ Homemade by my amazing friend Richard ✨Its a working process. I will be publishing my podcasts and news there. You can get in touch here for conference and speaking opportunities on topics of women empowerment, womens [sic] rights, education, motherhood and impact. #newadventures #littleproject.”
Her homepage has a smiling picture of the Princess with “Tessy de Nassau” in bold with “humanitarian, activist, mother” below it. Tessy also says on the homepage, “I want to hear from you about your projects on women empowerment and social impact. I speak regularly at conferences and am looking forward to hearing from you.”
The site contains biographical information about Tessy, the causes she works for (female empowerment, military time, and UN AIDS), Professors Without Borders (the organisation she co-founded), photos, and a contact form. Links to interviews of her also appear on the site – including Royal Central’s two-part interview discussing her military time, life, education, social media, charity work, and her family.
Tessy co-founded the organisation Professors Without Borders (PWB) alongside Dr Caroline Varin and Majeks Walker with the mantra of “Educate, Inspire, Empower.” In part two of our interview, we discuss her role with the organisation in depth.
Princess Tessy is currently in divorce proceedings with her estranged husband, Prince Louis of Luxembourg. They married in 2006 and have two sons: Princes Gabriel and Noah.