Former princess Tessy from Luxembourg says that the elder brother will not talk to her because she married royalt

Former princess Tessy of Luxembourg has revealed that her older brother still refuses to talk to her after she was married to the royal family 13 years ago.

The activist, 33, who got a divorce from Prince Louis earlier this month, said her family & # 39; suffered a lot & # 39; when she became a princess in 2006.

In the special report from Sky News The Meghan Effect, Tessy said: “My little cousin had to change schools twice. My twin brother was incredibly bullied at work – he's still today.

& # 39; My sister, my parents have suffered, my older brother is no longer talking because it was too much to deal with.

Speaking of Sky News special report The Meghan Effect, former princess Tessy of Luxembourg, revealed that her older brother still refuses to talk to her after she was married to the royal family 13 years ago.

Speaking of Sky News special report The Meghan Effect, former princess Tessy of Luxembourg, revealed that her older brother still refuses to talk to her after she was married to the royal family 13 years ago.

& # 39; That was when I got married, and when I got divorced, oh my god, the same. & # 39;

During the report, Tessy talked about standing up for the Duchess of Sussex on Twitter after an article that criticized Meghan & alien's father, Thomas Markle Sr., and sister Samantha Markle.

Tessy tweeted: & # 39; Nobody deserves that. You should never assume. Whether you know or are [quiet].

& # 39; It's not nice to talk badly about someone else just because he can, because he or she is abusing the anonymity of the internet. Stay friendly !!! It's the new cool! She doesn't deserve that. & # 39;

During the report, Tessy talked about standing up for the Duchess of Sussex on Twitter after an article that criticized Meghan & alien's father, Thomas Markle Sr., and sister Samantha Markle

During the report, Tessy talked about standing up for the Duchess of Sussex on Twitter after an article that criticized Meghan & alien's father, Thomas Markle Sr., and sister Samantha Markle

During the report, Tessy talked about standing up for the Duchess of Sussex on Twitter after an article that criticized Meghan & alien's father, Thomas Markle Sr., and sister Samantha Markle

Tessy married Prince Louis in September 2006, six months after the birth in a modest rural church wedding

Tessy married Prince Louis in September 2006, six months after the birth in a modest rural church wedding

Tessy married Prince Louis in September 2006, six months after the birth in a modest rural church wedding

Tessy told Sky Royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills: “Why I did it, why I stood up for her and many people too, my children read these things and I don't want my children to grow up in such an environment.

& # 39; This is not a society where I want my children to grow up. & # 39;

Tessy, who now focuses on her charity work and uses social media to promote more positive messages, said she has learned that you & # 39; never anyone can police & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Some people just want to talk badly about you, & # 39; she said.

The Meghan Effect report looked at the shocking level of trolls aimed at the Duchess of Sussex and how it relates to the rest of the royal family

The Meghan Effect report looked at the shocking level of trolls aimed at the Duchess of Sussex and how it relates to the rest of the royal family

The Meghan Effect report looked at the shocking level of trolls aimed at the Duchess of Sussex and how it relates to the rest of the royal family

In defense of Meghan Markle, Tessy tweeted: & Nobody deserves that. You should never assume. Whether you know or are [quiet]. It's not nice to talk badly about someone else just because he can, because he or she is abusing the anonymity of the internet. Stay friendly !!! It's the new cool! She doesn't deserve that. & # 39;

In defense of Meghan Markle, Tessy tweeted: & Nobody deserves that. You should never assume. Whether you know or are [quiet]. It's not nice to talk badly about someone else just because he can, because he or she is abusing the anonymity of the internet. Stay friendly !!! It's the new cool! She doesn't deserve that. & # 39;

In defense of Meghan Markle, Tessy tweeted: & Nobody deserves that. You should never assume. Whether you know or are [quiet]. It's not nice to talk badly about someone else just because he can, because he or she is abusing the anonymity of the internet. Stay friendly !!! It's the new cool! She doesn't deserve that. & # 39;

& # 39; Someone who went to school with me literally wrote me an email, wrote to me and said: & # 39; I'm sorry I wrote that about you, I know it's not true, but I have to feed my children. & # 39; & # 39;

The Meghan Effect report looked at the shocking level of trolls aimed at the Duchess of Sussex and how it relates to the rest of the royal family.

Their research showed that almost a quarter of all the tweets Meghan was mentioned in contained angry content, while only three percent of the tweets refer to the Duchess of Cambridge.

Social commentator Bonnie Greer said she & # 39; completely shocked & # 39; was by the level and intensity of Meghan's abuse, and called it & # 39; sick & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I assumed there would be a level of racial abuse because you do, but I have never seen or heard this before & # 39 ;, she said.

Tessy, proclaimed 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, while Louis lives in Paris. Pictured: the family together in 2014

Tessy, proclaimed 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, while Louis lives in Paris. Pictured: the family together in 2014

Tessy, proclaimed 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, while Louis lives in Paris. Pictured: the family together in 2014

Tessy was born an ordinary citizen and joined the Luxembourg army in 2002 when he was 18 years old and became 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 visited the army.

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

It infuriated the royal family and Prince Louis waived any claim to the Grand Duke title because of the constitutional crisis they had caused by having an illegitimate child.

The fairy tale wedding of Tessy and Louis broke in 2016 and they received a decree nisi last February

The fairy tale wedding of Tessy and Louis broke in 2016 and they received a decree nisi last February

The fairy tale wedding of Tessy and Louis broke in 2016 and they received a decree nisi last February

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

The fairytale marriage of the couple failed in 2016 and they received a decree nisi last February.

Tessy, proclaimed 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, while Louis lives in Paris.

The philanthropist is the co-founder of the social enterprise Professors Without Borders, which wants to improve access to higher education worldwide.

She also works as a consultant, a public speaker and is a patron of the UN association.