Prince Charles of Luxembourg could possibly be a big brother one day! Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie sat down for a new interview with RTL, during which they revealed their plans to one day expand their family. “The couple expressed their desire to eventually grow their family, but currently said they were dedicated to enjoying life with little Charles,” RTL reports.
Prince Guillaume and Princess Stephanie welcomed their baby boy in May. The couple, who was joined by their nearly five-month-old son for the interview, “acknowledged that their first few months as new parents had not been easy, particularly on the sleep front.” However, both Guillaume and Stephanie agreed that their son Prince Charles is “a sweet and affable baby” who likes to laugh. The mom of one also noted that their days are “never boring with a baby.”
The Hereditary Grand Duke and Hereditary Grand Duchess tied the knot back in 2012. Guillaume explained to RTL that he and his wife “needed the time to find their feet before starting a family.” The couple announced last December that they were expecting their first child.
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#New: 💙From their home of Château de Fischbach, HGD Guillaume and HGD Stéphanie have given an interview to 'De Magazin' that will air tonight at 7:00 pm! In the interview they talk about parenthood, the time before Prince Charles was born and their plans for the future. I honestly can't wait! And I just love how Stéphanie, who was born in Belgium, speaks such a great Luxembourgish! Source: De Magazin by RTL, @rtl.letzebuerg ——— #whenstephaniemetguillaume #princessstephanie #hereditarygrandduchessstephanie #princeguillaume #hereditarygranddukeguillaume #princecharles #princecharlesofluxembourg #charlesjeanphilippejosephmarieguillaume #royalbaby #demagazin #rtl #instaroyals #luxembourgroyalfamily #luxembourg
Following Charles’ arrival, the proud dad spoke to the press outside the Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity hospital calling his son’s birth “the most incredible day” of his life. Guillaume said, “Today is a wonderful day, for my wife and for myself. And probably the most incredible day that we will have in our life because to be able to greet a child that comes into one’s life is the most magical thing a couple can have.”
He added, “And this is exactly the experience we are living today that we are able to share also with our country people with Luxembourg as a country, and we are delighted to do so also at a time that is a bit more difficult, also especially for families that have been separated for a few months, which are now in the next few weeks going to be able to see each other again. A birth is a message of hope, it’s a blessing and I think this is what we are so happy to be able to share with Luxembourg, but also over the borders with all the different countries.”