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Maria Teresa of Luxembourg: Living in the palace is "a great challenge"

At the side of her husband Henri, Maria Teresa dutifully fulfills her duties as Grand Duchess, wife and mother – a role that is not always easy for her.

Colmar-Berg – As the representative of the Grand Duchy, Maria Teresa of Luxembourg (65) has a great deal of responsibility that brings with it many challenges and some hurdles.

On February 14, 1981, Maria Teresa and Luxemburg’s then heir to the throne, Henri, swore eternal loyalty. With her marriage, the native Cuban officially became part of the grand ducal family, leaving her old life behind. A new chapter in life awaited her in the palace, which not only required courage and discipline from Maria Teresa. Especially in this early period, she struggled with her unfamiliar royal everyday life, as she now revealed in a recent interview for the US news magazine “Aquí y ahora”.
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In an interview with the moderator Teresa Rodríguez, who visited the 65-year-old at Berg Castle, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa rarely gave a glimpse into her emotional world. She spoke quite openly about the darker side of palace life, which she got to know after their wedding: “It’s a very demanding life in which you renounce your freedom. I think a lot of people are not aware of this. For me it was one of the biggest challenges. “ * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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