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Noah de Nassau baptized in Gilsdorf

10/28/2007 at 11:13 AM ET

Prince Louis of Luxembourg, 21, and his wife Tessy de Nassau, 22, had their son Noah de Nassau, 5 weeks, christened on October 27 in Gilsdorf’s parish church. His godfather is his uncle, Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg, 25. Tessy and Louis also have older son Gabriel, 19 months, who was also present at the christening.

Click below for two more photos!

1Prince Louis and Tessy with Gabriel and Noah.

Louis_et_noah_2Prince Louis holds Noah during the baptism.

Source: GDP Home

Thanks to CBB reader Christine.

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Elyse on

Those are two very handsome little boys!

clair on

he looks like his daddy.

Kim on

What a little blondie! Just gorgeous. His dad looks so young to be a father of two!

Lisa on

That baby is the most adorable baby I have ever seen. I LOVE his blonde hair & perfect little face! Awwwww!

southlyn on

beautiful baby!

Noah on

WOOOW your SOOO gaaay, you took my name and you look like a fagget. your kid is nice but louis you are a douchebag, i really hope you are ran over by a bus and then crushed by a fat lady, cuz i hate you

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