Luxembourg Prince makes his way to city’s divorce courts

The High Court in London has been asked to rule in a divorce case involving a member of one of Europe’s oldest royal families.

Prince Louis of Luxembourg had separated from Princess Tessy last year, following a decade of marriage.

Now a Judge will have to decide how the couple’s assets should be divided up.

Last month, Mr Justice MacDonald presided over a preliminary hearing in the Family Division.

He confirmed that the identities of the parties involved in the case could be reported in the press, but he made a ruling which will prevent outlets from releasing details of the specific financial details.

Prince Louis is the third son of the Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, while his estranged wife is a former soldier, said to have met the Royal when he was visiting a UN peace-keeping mission in the mid-noughties. The couple has two children.

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