Tessy de Nassau
Tessy de Nassau, Princess of Luxembourg, is a proud mother of two, humanitarian and businesswoman. She holds a M.Sc in International Studies and Diplomacy, spent five years in the military and is dedicated to humanitarian causes across the globe.
Tessy stays busy as co-founder of the educational NGO Professors Without Borders, working with the Butterflies Group, producing her new podcast and building her new fashion line: Human Highness.
The TdN Podcast
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The Butterflies Group
The Butterflies Group is a conglomerate of creative companies specializing in marketing.
Professors Without Borders
PROWIBO is a social enterprise that specializes in university education.
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Tessy de Nassau
Gallery and Blog
Tessy Antony... up for the final frontier? RTL | Update: 07.02.2019 19:06 © RTL archive The University of Luxembourg is offering an Interdisciplinary Space Master as of September 2019. Our recent Royals series, written by Sarah...
To honour 2018 and its beauty despite the storm my sons and me have chosen a few images from our private album taken by the amazing Hana Noguchi to celebrate the good things of 2018-- our little family and the love we share for each other. I have personally learned a...
"Another global issue is devoted to the day on December 19. Now a significant part of the population is very poor. This is at least 1.5 billion people. The UN recognized the 19th of December as the International day of helping the poor, to remind the international...