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Old 07-24-2010, 08:06 AM
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Well that explains why she's always got a big smile on her face
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Old 07-24-2010, 09:09 AM
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Why do you think she parties too much ?
Have you heard of a lot of parties or seen a lot of party pix with her ?
Just curious and interested
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Old 07-25-2010, 03:58 AM
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and kids stayed with Maria-Teresa as always
How did you know the kids are with MT? Does it say in the article? Sorry, I can't read Spanish.

Anyway, I don't think it's wrong for a mum to take a day out every now and then for herself, if she knows the kids will be well cared-for in her absence. In any case, it's a bit hard to say how many parties is too many parties - how would we put a number on something like that?

And how do we know really how many parties Tessy attends? I'm sure there are others here who have much better resources than I do but "number of parties" is one of those things that can get inflated very quickly as gossip travels from person to person. There is also that matter of perception. Because party pictures make the news and cleaning up after the babies doesn't, it can sometimes appear that someone is spending a lot of time partying when actually it's only a night out every now and then.

And Tessy is still very young - not an excuse to be irresponsible, mind - but it shouldn't be too surprising if she does go out more than expected. As long as she's still spending sufficient time with her kids and being a good mum - that's what matters.
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:34 AM
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Well that explains why she's always got a big smile on her face
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it's really tough work
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:36 AM
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In any case, it's a bit hard to say how many parties is too many parties - how would we put a number on something like that?
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:39 AM
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Why do you think she parties too much ?
Have you heard of a lot of parties or seen a lot of party pix with her ?
Just curious and interested
I hear stories about her party all the time, and to my humble opinion 4-5 parties at one week just little bit too much
and I think i've seen more pictures of tess with glass in her hand rather then with kids
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:48 AM
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How did you know the kids are with MT? Does it say in the article? Sorry, I can't read Spanish.

Anyway, I don't think it's wrong for a mum to take a day out every now and then for herself, if she knows the kids will be well cared-for in her absence. In any case, it's a bit hard to say how many parties is too many parties - how would we put a number on something like that?

And how do we know really how many parties Tessy attends? I'm sure there are others here who have much better resources than I do but "number of parties" is one of those things that can get inflated very quickly as gossip travels from person to person. There is also that matter of perception. Because party pictures make the news and cleaning up after the babies doesn't, it can sometimes appear that someone is spending a lot of time partying when actually it's only a night out every now and then.

And Tessy is still very young - not an excuse to be irresponsible, mind - but it shouldn't be too surprising if she does go out more than expected. As long as she's still spending sufficient time with her kids and being a good mum - that's what matters.
it wasn't in article, it's in talks around Lux
I wouldn't mind if she was on some party in weekend, but as I heard (not sure if I believe it ) she is at university and party in the middle of the week doesn't help u achive degree
I'm sure she loves boys! just wish she would do something with her life or for country
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Old 07-25-2010, 10:32 PM
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has she ever gone to charity events?
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:03 AM
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Tess is about 24 years old. Most 20 something women that I know go out several times a week. Unlike Tess though, most of these women don't have children. If she didn't have children, we wouldn't be discussing this. There is nothing wrong with having a night out here and there for young mom or someone going to school. It can become a problem if its every night or if is more than a couple of times a week.
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Old 08-02-2010, 06:20 PM
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has she ever gone to charity events?
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Tess is about 24 years old. Most 20 something women that I know go out several times a week. Unlike Tess though, most of these women don't have children. If she didn't have children, we wouldn't be discussing this. There is nothing wrong with having a night out here and there for young mom or someone going to school. It can become a problem if its every night or if is more than a couple of times a week.
If Tess was ordinary girl we wouldn't talk about her at all
The moment she said "yes" to Loi she also said "yes" to responsibilities and certain rules
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Old 08-22-2010, 07:53 PM
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If Tess was ordinary girl we wouldn't talk about her at all
The moment she said "yes" to Loi she also said "yes" to responsibilities and certain rules [/QUOTE]

I've got to agree with Mrs. Litrell on this, although concerning her partying rumors are rumors, unless you've got concrete proof, like photographs
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Old 08-22-2010, 08:02 PM
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What are the rules? Is there some type of handbook that outlines these rules? Or are they just understood rules.
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Old 08-23-2010, 06:12 PM
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We don't know her so hard to judge her. By the way, Felix's gf looks nice, has dark hair :) and do sth, I think. I like her from the first time I've seen her on luxarazzi blog. :)
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Old 08-23-2010, 08:08 PM
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We don't know her so hard to judge her. By the way, Felix's gf looks nice, has dark hair :) and do sth, I think. I like her from the first time I've seen her on luxarazzi blog. :)
Can you tell me the address of the luxarazzi blog, or any site with plenty of pix of her, I love her !
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Can you tell me the address of the luxarazzi blog, or any site with plenty of pix of her, I love her !
You love Tessy? Claire isn't well known enough for her to have fans.

@ortino...maybe Mrs. Littrell does know something and isn't basing her view on mere rumors. :wink:
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Old 08-23-2010, 09:43 PM
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read the lux-arazzi blog. Interesting. Most Americans don't know much about royalty except for British royalty (we hear about them all the time). Until I found this forum, I had no idea so many royal households in Europe existed or how many royal households there are worldwide.
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Old 08-24-2010, 01:45 AM
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How did you become interested in royalty?
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Old 08-24-2010, 06:38 PM
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To Lalla Meriem: I read a book about French royalty and got hooked. I didn't know it at the time but I have British and possibly French royalty in my ancestry. My biological parents were teens when I was born (15 and 17 years old). I was put up for adoption at birth (I was born early 1960's). They later found me when I was in my early 30's. There is royal blood on both sides. The royal is in the lower rungs (Earl, Lord). The women involved worked in the homes of these men.

In my adopted family, there is Polish royalty. A Polish baron had a son that got together with the landscaper's daughter. They had a son. The landscaper tended the baron's gardens. The son was titled. I believe he was paid to come to the United States (the baron's son had his own son). He came in 1800 to what is now the states of Michigan and Indiana and settled there. Out of sight, out of mind I believe.

It wasn't until I was an adult that I heard these stories. This may explain why I've had such a fascination with royalty and fascination with mistresses and their children. I've wondered if I have a link to some of these people as sometimes you have an interest in something but really don't know why and it turns out there is a link.

While the story of the landscaper's daughter and the baron's son or the servant of the Earl or Lord fathering children with these women wouldn't be a big story, I would imagine if my biological parents had been both royal or one was royal and the other wasn't, well, what a story that would be. Especially given the time period (early 1960's) and especially if it become public knowledge.

My birthparents were the talk of the town and the region where they lived for months. I've met at least two people who grew up in the area where they lived tell me a story which sounds similiar to theirs. The same time period, same age, but no one can remember names.
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I noticed in the Lux-arazzi blog that there were pictures of Grand Duchess Charlotte at an exhibit. I couldn't read the article printed. What did it basically say? Forgive me but I don't know what the official language is in Luxenborg.
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Generally, the articles are briefly summarized. There are two entries on the exhibit. The first entry has summarized the article and added some history of Charlotte. The second entry points out that Jean visited the exhibit while it was in Mersch. Jean lives at Chateau de Fischbach that is located in the Canton of Mersch. The exhibit is under his patronage. The article then mentioned the times the exhibit is open and its next location (Colmar, I believe).

Luxembourg has 3 official languages. Luxembourgish, French and German. Luxembourgish is the native language spoken by Luxembourgers. Most written media (newspapers, magazines) are in German. French is widely spoken and all laws are codified in French. Most newspaper and magazine articles written in Luxembourg are in German. There are several French language publications and RTL broadcasts and publishes online news Luxembourgish.
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