Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg has shared a sweet ultrasound of her baby – months after announcing she’s expecting her first child from her handsome Swiss businessman fiancé.
Take to Instagram today, the ex-royal, 34, shared a snapshot and revealed her adorable baby nickname ‘little bean’, as she wrote: ‘Our life together has just begun. You’re part of me, my little one.’
Tessy has spent much of the year in lockdown with her two sons, Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 14, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 12, whom she shares with ex-husband Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 34, whom she shares in 2019 divorced.
She is believed to have known the financier and CEO Frank Floessel for a number of years and announced her engagement to him on New Year’s Eve.
Former Princess Tessy of Luxembourg has shared a sweet ultrasound of her baby – months after she announced she’s expecting her first child with her handsome Swiss businessman fiancé
The former royal family has not revealed how far along she is or when her due date is, but she announced her pregnancy in February.
In addition to the image of the ultrasound, Tessy wrote: ‘Meet little Bean. Your big siblings are super excited to really meet you in person over the summer and not just your strong karate kicks. ‘
She continued: “Thank you all for your wishes, cards, letters, prayers, and numerous gifts that have already been received for the little bean.
‘We look forward to receiving more of it in the coming weeks and months. We plan to answer them all in July. ‘
The couple, believed to have known each other for years, announced their engagement on New Year’s Eve
She added: “We feel very blessed and humbled that you have chosen to share our joy with us in such a meaningful way. Such an act of compassion, kindness and love. ‘
Tessy announced her pregnancy several months ago by sharing a photo on Instagram cuddling with Frank as the businessman’s hands rested gently on the mother of two’s growing baby bump.
It comes after the couple announced their engagement to each other late last year, with Tessy on the alert Instagram : ‘Yes until 2021 and many more years together.’
Frank also shared his own joy at the big news by sharing RTL today: “After mastering the extraordinary and difficult together last year, I took the opportunity to take the next step in our relationship and I am overjoyed that Tessy said yes.”
Tessy shares sons Prince Gabriel of Nassau, 14, and Prince Noah of Nassau, 12, with ex-husband Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 34, from whom she divorced in 2019
Entrepreneur Frank received his master’s degree from ETH Zurich and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is currently CEO and President of CBA Finance.
The former royal family seems to have known Frank for a number of years, after writing about his work on her blog in September 2018.
He also acted as a curator for the organization Professors Without Borders, which Tessy co-founded in 2016.
In 2019 Tessy told Hey magazine that it ‘took a long time’ after her divorce, when her royal titles were taken away, explaining, ‘After every relationship, it takes a while to heal when the heart is broken. It was really great for me to realize that I can trust and love again. It’s nice to see life go on. ‘
Former Princess Tessy announced that she is expecting her first child with her handsome Swiss businessman boyfriend in February
Tessy went on to say that she is ‘very happy’ that her ex-husband Prince Louis has a close relationship with their sons, despite the fact that they cannot see each other during quarantine.
She said her son’s ‘love and trust’ with their father had ‘grown stronger’ through the divorce during the pandemic.
Tessy has previously shared 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 nephew had to switch schools twice. My twin brother was bullied incredibly at work – he still is.
Tessy became a princess in 2006 when she married Prince Louis, with the couple sharing two sons and divorcing in April last year.
Frank was first photographed last year on a family walk with the proud mom and her two boys, with Tessy captioning the photos ‘Family is all that matters’ featuring two love heart emojis
‘My sister, my parents suffered, my oldest brother stopped talking to me because of that, because it was too much for him.
‘That was when I got married, and when I got divorced, oh my god the same.’
Born a commoner, Tessy joined the Luxembourg Army in 2002 at the age of 18, reaching the rank of Corporal. Two years later, when she was one of the few 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 became pregnant and gave birth in September 2005 at the age of 19, and unmarried, giving Grand Duke Henri his first grandson.
Born a commoner, Tessy joined the Luxembourg Army in 2002 at the age of 18, reaching the rank of Corporal. Two years later, when she was one of the few female UN peacekeepers in Kosovo, she met Prince Louis, who was visiting the army
It infuriated the royal family and Prince Louis relinquished any claim to the title of Grand Duke because of the constitutional crisis they had caused by having a child out of wedlock.
When Tessy married Prince Louis in a modest church wedding in September 2006, six months after giving birth, the Grand Duke deprived her of any claim to his title.
The couple’s fairytale wedding broke up in 2016 and they received a nisi decree in February last year.
The couple’s fairytale wedding broke up in 2016, and they received a nisi decree in February 2019
Tessy, who was named Woman of the Decade by the Women Economic Forum in 2017 for her work in the field of women empowerment, now lives in London with Gabriel and Noah, while Louis lives in Paris – although she lives in a more rural area. isolation seems to be.
The philanthropist is a co-founder of the social enterprise Professors Without Borders, which aims to improve access to higher education around the world.
She also works as a consultant, public speaker and is a patron of the UN association.