Before they were royal: The life of Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie of Luxembourg

Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy was born in Renaix, Belgium, on 18 February 1984. She is the eighth and youngest child of the Count de Lannoy and the late Countess de Lannoy, born Alix della Faille de Leverghem. She grew up on the family estate in Anvaing in Hainaut, Belgium, with her seven brothers and sisters. Stéphanie began her education at Sancta Maria Primary School in Renaix. She went on to…
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Luxembourgish children visit the Grand Ducal Palace

From 9 to 13 July, as part of the annual visits organised in collaboration with Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO), the Grand Ducal Court was pleased to receive 658 students in Cycle 4 of Fundamental Education (10-11 years old) to the Grand Ducal Palace. As part of their traditional trip for the end of the school year, 29 classes from 27 schools of the country have discovered the Grand Ducal…
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Princess Marie visits 'Ready to Start' project for autistic people

On Friday, Princess Marie visited a project sponsored by the National Association for Autism as their patron, as well as the Youth Education Center. Since 2007, The Youth Education Center in Værløse has specialised in supporting autistic young adults. The educational institution offers the ‘specially adapted youth education programme’ and collaborates with the project ‘Ready…
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King and Queen of The Netherlands end state visit to Luxembourg

Today, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima spent their last day in Luxembourg with Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa. The King and Queen of the Netherlands and the Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess visited Neobuild SA. They were welcomed by Environment Minister Carole Dieschbourg and Neobuild SA President Roland Kuhn. As the first technological innovation pole for sustainable…
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