Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Royal Profile: Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein, Princess of Luxembourg

Princess Margaretha Antonia Marie Félicité of Liechtenstein, Princess of Luxembourg was born 15 May 1957, the second daughter of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg.
She has several siblings, siblings-in-law and nieces & nephews, and great nieces and great nephews{Source}:

  1. Princess Marie-Astrid of Luxemboug, Archduchess of Austria (1954)
    1. Archduke Carl Christian of Austria (1954, m. 1982)
      1. Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria, The Countess de Limburg-Stirum (1983)
        1. Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum (1979, m 2008)
          1. Count Léopold  de Limburg-Stirum (2011)
          2. Count Constantin de Limburg-Stirum (2013)
          3. Count Gabriel de Limburg-Stirum (2016)
      2. Archduke Imre of Austria (1985)
        1. Archduchess Kathleen Elizabeth of Austria (1986, m 2012)
          1. Archduchess Maria-Stella of Austria (2013)
          2. Archduchess Magdalena of Austria (2016)
      3. Archduke Christoph of Austria (1988)
        1. Archduchess Adélaïde Marie Béatrice of Austria (1989, m. 2012)
          1. Archduchess Katarina Marie-Christine Fabiola of Austria (2014)
      4. Archduke Alexander  of Austria (1990)
      5. Archduchess Gabriella of Austria (1994)
        1. Prince Henri of Bourbon-Parma (engaged, October 2017)
          1. Victoria Antonia Marie-Astrid Lydia de Bourbon-Parma (illegitimate, born prior to her parents marriage, 2017)
  2. Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg (1955)
    1. Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg (1956)
      1. Prince Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg(1981)
        1. Princess Stéphanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (1984)
      2. Prince Félix of Luxembourg(1984)
        1. Princess Claire of Luxembourg (1985)
          1. Princess Amalia de Nassau (2014)
          2. Prince Liam de Nassau (2016)
      3. Prince Louis of Luxembourg (1986)
        1. Tessy Antony, Princessof Luxembourg(1985)
          1. Prince Noah de Nassau (2006)
          2. Prince Gabriel de Nassau (2007)
      4. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg (1991)
      5. Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg (1992)
  3. Prince Jean of Luxembourg (1957, twin)
    1. Hélène Suzanna Vestur (1958, m. 1987-d. before 2009)
      1. Princess Marie-Gabrielle de Nassau (1986)
        1. Antonius Benedikt Clemens Douglas Emanuel Willms (1988, m. 2017 on her father's and aunt's birthdays)
      2. Prince Constantin de Nassau (1988)
      3. Prince Wenceslas de Nassau (1990)
      4. Prince Carl-Johan de  Nassau (1992)
  4. Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg (1963)
    1. Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg (1968, m. 1994)
      1. Prince Paul Louis de Nassau (1998)
      2. Prince Léopold de Nassau (2000)
      3. Princess Charlotte de Nassau (2000)
      4. Prince Jean de Nassau (2004)
The young princess had a global education-she studied in Luxembourg, Belgium, The United Kingdom, an the United States.

She has no official role in Luxembourg (her brother Henri is the Grand Duke), Liechtenstein (her husband is the younger brother to the present Prince Hans-Adam II) or Belgium (her uncle is King Albert II). However, she does attended official weddings and other family events. She attended the weddings of Archduke Imre of Austria to Kathleen Walker {Photos}, Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg to Stephanie de Lannoy {Photos} and the wedding of Archduke Christophe to Adélaïde Drapé-Frisch {Photo} She also attended her father's 90th birthday party in 2009 {Photos} and the installation of the new pope in 2013 {Photo}.

She is patron of Dyslexia International.

She was married to Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein of 20 March 1982. Together, they have four children, three of which survived infancy{Source}:

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