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Henri,

1955–, grand duke of Luxembourg (2000–), the oldest son of JeanJean
, 1921–, grand duke of Luxembourg (1964–2000); son of Charlotte, grand duchess of Luxembourg, and Felix, prince of Bourbon-Parma. He fought with Great Britain's Irish Guards in World War II.
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, grand duke of Luxembourg, and Joséphine Charlotte, princess of Belgium. In 1981 Henri married María Teresa Mestre y Batista; they have five children. Henri became grand duke when his father abdicated.
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Henri, 41, deputy head of security at the Ritz hotel in Paris owned by Dodi's dad Mohamed, was a pilot for 20 years and had to pass a stringent medical every year, including blood and liver tests.
And the former council worker angrily hit back at claims Henri, 41, was boozed up at the time of the crash in August 1997.
Although in a more formal setting, Pierre Henri Matisse spent his career as an artist managing cartography for a government agency.
HM the King also voices satisfaction at the special bonds of solidarity and cooperation linking Morocco and Luxembourg in all fields, expressing to Grand Duke Henri resolve to carry on joint action for the consolidation of these relations both a the bilateral level and in the frame of the advanced status linking Morocco and the European Union.
Elle lui suggere enfin une adhesion au Plan propose par Henri De Man, dans lequel il voit le moyen de detourner les masses de la tentation fasciste.
Henri is a character whose emotions and observations are rich with fledgling wisdom.
Henri carried on painting, writing and taking part in 'happenings' while fronting the unlikely poetry-and-rock band Liverpool Scene - prompting John Peel to describe him as ''one of the great non-singers of our time''.
Henri, who has played tennis since he was four, said: "I'd love to be so close to the tennis players.
Born in Cincinnati, Henri was raised on the Nebraska frontier where he combined an active outdoor life with a passion for books.
By the time Henri wrote this letter he had already become a huge spiritual resource through his writings, retreats, lectures, teaching and personal contacts.
There is very little about painting, gardening, music, poetry, or architecture, all areas in which Henri IV had strong views and was active.