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Tessy Antony de Nassau shares her first baby photo: Her Theodor is so cute

A few days ago the third son of Tessy Antony de Nassau was born. Now the proud mom showed her junior's first snapshot.

Zurich – Tessy Antony de Nassau (35) and her husband Frank Floessel are enjoying their family time to the full. A few days ago little Theodor completed her patchwork troop. The happy triple mom even introduced the youngest offspring to her fans. * shows the sugar-sweet photo of Tessy Antony de Nassau's son Theodor.

After the divorce from Prince Louis of Luxembourg (35), Tessy has apparently found happiness with the Swiss entrepreneur Frank Floessel. A few months after it became known that the couple were expecting their first child together, the wedding bells rang for the second time for the Luxembourger in Zurich a few weeks ago. The 35-year-old married her partner, heavily pregnant. The son of the two, who was finally born at the end of August, now adds another member to the blended family. Tessy already has two boys from her relationship with Prince Louis and Frank Floessel is also the father of a daughter. With little Theodor, the sympathetic troop now seems to be complete. Tessy's fans were even allowed to take a first look at the cute offspring on Instagram. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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