Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg

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Prince Sébastien
Sébastien vu Lëtzebuerg, Stéphanie and Guillaume Wedding 2012.jpg
Sébastien at his brother's wedding in 2012
Born (1992-04-16) 16 April 1992 (age 24)
Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Full name
Sébastien Henri Marie Guillaume
House House of Nassau-Weilburg
Father Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg
Mother Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg
Religion Catholicism

Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg (Sébastien Henri Marie Guillaume; born 16 April 1992) is the fifth and youngest child of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa.

Prince Sébastien has four siblings Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Prince Félix, Prince Louis, and Princess Alexandra. He is currently sixth in the line of succession, after his two brothers, niece, nephew and sister; His older brother, Prince Louis, gave up his and his descendants' succession rights.

Life[edit]

Prince Sébastien was born in 16 April 1992 at Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital in Luxembourg City , He is fifth and youngest child of Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg .

He attended Le Rosey, St. George's International School Luxembourg, Summer Fields School, Ampleforth College, and International School of Luxembourg before receiving his college education in Marketing and International Business at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. While at Steubenville, Prince Sébastien competed against notable rival Jared Crist as a member of the school's renowned Rugby program, and Sébastien received accolades for his sportsmanship.[1] He graduated in May 2015.[2]

Titles and style[edit]

  • 16 April 1992 – Present: His Royal Highness Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau[3]

Honours and awards[edit]

As a son of one of the 2 Heads of the House :

As Prince of Luxembourg, at 18 years old :

Ancestry[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.franciscanathletics.com/sports/mrugby/2014-15/bios/de_luxembourg_sebastian_vckr
  2. ^ "Four Days of Royal Engagements: Prince Sébastien to graduate this weekend." Luxemburger Wort. 6 May 2015. Retrieved 8 May 2015.
  3. ^ The Arrêté Grand-Ducal of 21 Septembre 1995 established that the title of Prince/Princesse de Luxembourg is reserved for the children of the sovereign and the heir to the throne. It also stated that the descendants in male lineage of the sovereign should be styled as Prince/Princesse de Nassau with qualification of Royal Highness.

    In 1986, Grand Duke Jean renounced the title Prince/Princesse de Bourbon de Parme for himself and his family, when his eldest son, then-Hereditary Grand Duke Henri married Maria-Theresa Mestre. The reason for this was that the Duke of Parma, Carlos Hugo, ruled the marriage unequal in 1981, as well as the marriage of Prince Jean to Hélène Suzanna Vestur in 1987, for which he had renounced his rights to Luxembourg in 1986.
  4. ^ "Honorary distinctions of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg" (PDF). Service Information et Presse. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  5. ^ Noblesse et Royautés, Guillaume of Luxembourg's wedding : gala dinner, Photo of the young Princes of Luxembourg : Louis, Félix & Sébastien
  6. ^ Honorary distinctions of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, publication of the government of Luxembourg : Princes and Princesses of the Grand-Ducal House of Luxembourg are Grand Crosses of the Order by birth but the decoration is worn only after they reach their majority (18 years old)

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Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg
Born: 16 April 1992
Lines of succession
Preceded by
Princess Alexandra
Line of succession to the Luxembourger throne
6th position
Succeeded by
Prince Guillaume