Has former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg got a new boyfriend?

Has Tessy of Luxembourg found love again? Ex-wife of Prince Louis spends Easter in isolation with her two sons and a mystery man as friends comment on her ‘handsome boyfriend’

  • Tessy Antony De Nassau, 34, shared snaps of Easter celebrations on Instagram
  • Featured a man previously pictured with her and two sons on a hike on April 4
  • In both posts Tessy highlighted the importance of family and staying connected
  • Tessy liked several comments which remarked on her ‘gorgeous boyfriend’

Former princess Tessy Antony De Nassau sparked rumours she has a new man in her life after sharing loved-up snaps on Instagram over the Easter weekend.

The ex-royal, 34, is currently in isolation with her two sons Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 14, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 12.

On Good Friday she shared a series of snaps of the happy trio – including one featuring a man who appeared in a previous post on April 4.

Tessy, who lost her royal title when she divorced Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 33, last year, wished her followers a happy Easter ‘from our little family to yours’.

Former princess Tessy Antony De Nassau sparked rumours she has a new man in her life after sharing loved-up snaps on Instagram over the Easter weekend

Several of her fans commented on the unknown gentleman, with one writing: ‘Fingers crossed you have a new man in your life, you deserve love.’ 

Another wrote: ‘Happy Easter. Your boyfriend is gorgeous. Congratulations, you deserve it,’ with Tessy ‘liking’ both comments. 

The man was also pictured on a family hike with the proud mother and her two boys, with Tessy captioning the photos ‘Family is all that matters’ with two love heart emojis.

One follower questioned whether the man was her twin brother Ronny, which Tessy also ‘liked’ but did not comment on.

Several of her fans commented on the unknown gentleman, with one writing: ‘Fingers crossed you have a new man in your life, you deserve love’

The mystery man was also pictured on a family hike with the proud mother and her two boys on April 4, with Tessy captioning the photos ‘Family is all that matters’ with two love heart emojis

Tessy has previously told how her family ‘suffered greatly’ when she became a princess in 2006 after marrying Prince Louis, whom she met in 2004.

Speaking on Sky News special report The Meghan Effect, Tessy explained: ‘My little cousin needed to change schools twice. My twin brother was incredibly bullied at work – he still is today.

‘My sister, my parents suffered, my oldest brother doesn’t talk to me anymore because of that, because it was too much for him to handle.

‘That was when I married in, and when I got divorced, oh my gosh the same.’

Born a commoner, Tessy joined the Luxembourg Army in 2002 at the age of 18, rising to the rank of corporal. Two years later, when she was one of a handful of female UN peacekeepers in Kosovo, she met Prince Louis, who was visiting the army.

Tessy has previously told how her family ‘suffered greatly’ when she became a princess in 2006 after marrying Prince Louis, whom she met in 2004

Born a commoner, Tessy joined the Luxembourg Army in 2002 at the age of 18, rising to the rank of corporal. Two years later, when she was one of a handful of female UN peacekeepers in Kosovo, she met Prince Louis, who was visiting the army

His family only became aware of their love affair when Tessy fell pregnant and gave birth aged 19, and unmarried, in September 2005, providing Grand Duke Henri with his first grandson.

It infuriated the royal family, and Prince Louis renounced any claim to the title of Grand Duke due to the constitutional crisis they had created by having a child out of wedlock.

When Tessy married Prince Louis in September 2006, six months after giving birth in a modest country church wedding, the Grand Duke stripped her of any claim to his title.

The couple’s fairytale marriage broke down in 2016, and they were granted a decree nisi in February last year.

The couple’s fairytale marriage broke down in 2016, and they were granted a decree nisi in February last year

Tessy, who in 2017 was named Woman of the Decade by the Women Economic Forum for her work in women’s empowerment, now lives in London with Gabriel and Noah, while Louis lives in Paris – though she appears to be in isolation somewhere more rural.

The philanthropist is the co-founder of social enterprise Professors Without Borders which aims to improve access to higher education across the globe.

She also works as a consultant, public speaker and is a UN Association patron.

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