Luxembourg's youngest prince had a vatican baptism at the weekend
Luxembourg’s youngest prince was christened at the Vatican on Saturday at a ceremony attended by European royalty.
Prince Liam de Nassau, who was born 28 November, 2016, is the youngest son of Prince Félix and Princess Claire and the fourth grandson and third grandchild of the Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg.
On 22 April, the infant was baptised at Saint-Pierre Basilica in the Vatican in a service given by Father George Woodall and Monseigneur Camille Perl.
Among those who attended were Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, their four other children, Prince Nikolaus, Princess Margaretha, Princess Maria Anunciata, Prince Josef and Princess Marie-Astrid of Liechtenstein.
Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, the child's uncle, played guitar during the service.
The prince, whose full name is Liam Henri Hartmut de Nassau, counts his uncle, Prince Sébastien, as god father and Anna Maria Pamin as godmother.