| Prince of Luxembourg
|Spouse||Princess Claire of Luxembourg (m. 2013)|
| Princess Amalia of Nassau |
Prince Liam of Nassau
|Félix Léopold Marie Guillaume|
|House|| House of Bourbon-Parma|
House of Nassau-Weilburg
|Father||Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg|
|Mother||Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg|
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|Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg|
HRH Princess Marie Gabriele
HRH The Dowager Princess of Ligne
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Prince Félix of Luxembourg (born Félix Léopold Marie Guillaume on 3 June 1984 in Luxembourg City), is the second son of the Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. He is currently second in the line of succession to the throne of Luxembourg.
Life and educationEdit
He enjoys polo, skiing and carpentry as well as other various sports. He often represents the Grand Ducal family at sporting events.
He attended International School of Luxembourg and boarded at Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland. He attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst but failed to complete the commissioning course due to a serious ski injury. In June 2009, the Grand Ducal Court announced that in October 2009 Prince Félix will begin a bachelors degree in bioethics from Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome, Italy. He will obtain freelance work during this period.
For several years Prince Félix worked in public relations for Grand Chelem Management SA, a Swiss company.
On 13th December 2012, the Grand Ducal household confirmed that Prince Felix is engaged to German born Miss. Claire Lademacher. The couple had first met as students at the Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil in Switzerland. Currently, Claire is studying for a doctorate in the field of organ donation ethics.
Titles and styleEdit
3 June 1984 – 28 July 1986: His Royal Highness Prince Félix of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau, Prince of Bourbon-Parma
28 July 1986 – present: His Royal Highness Prince Félix of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau
Honours and awardsEdit
Luxembourg : Knight of the Order of the Gold Lion of the House of Nassau (by birth)