Her Royal Highness The Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg

Sibilla Princess of LuxembourgPrincess Sibilla, the second daughter of Paul Annik Weiller and Donna Olimpia Torlonia di Civitella Cesi, was born on June 12, 1968 in Neuilly/Seine (France).
On her father's side, the Princess is the grand-daughter of Lady Russell, ambassadress of Great Britain, and Commandant Paul Louis Weiller, legendary World War I hero of French aviation and renowned patron of the arts. On her mother's side, Princess Sibilla is the grand-daughter of His Excellency Prince Alessandro Torlonia di Civitella Cesi and Her Royal Highness the Infanta Beatriz de Borbon Battenberg, daughter of Their Majesties King Alphonse XIII of Spain and Queen Victoria Eugenia, born Princess of England.
Princess Sibilla was educated in Geneva where her family resides and graduated from the Institut Florimont, receiving her baccalaureate with honors in economics. The Princess continued her studies at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris where she obtained her diploma in Art History in 1991, and then pursued specialised studies in contemporary art in London.
Princess Sibilla worked in the restoration department of the “Musé des Monuments Français” in Versailles. In London, the Princess worked in several art galleries as public and international relations director, before managing her own in 1993.
On September 24, 1994, the Princess married Prince Guillaume the youngest son of TRH The Grand Duke Jean and Grande Duchesse Joséphine Charlotte (born princess of Belgium) and took up residency in Luxembourg. They have four children.
Since her marriage the Princess has been member of the board of many private cultural institutions and associations linked with social and cultural activities in the country, such as “The Acquisition Committee for the Museum of Modern Art Grand Duke Jean”, “The Weicker Fondation”, “The AVR” (Association des Victimes de la Route) and International Chairman of the “Venetian Heritage“ until 2013 as well as the Advisory Board of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. In 2006, the Princess has co-founded an association for the welfare of children’s education “La Femme Contemporaire ASBL” (Luxembourg).
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