It seems they took inspiration from the Dutch court reforms that happened in the late 70's and early 80's.
Much of the proposal have been in place for the other reigning Nassau-branch for several decades and in all have served them well.
- The Prime Minister revealed that the Grand Ducal Court would be subject to 'far-reaching reforms' , and that the government would implement all of Jeannot Waringo's recommendations in the domains of budgets, structure, and personnel management.
-Another new implementation would be a coordination committee between the government and the Court, and an entity in charge of funds and personnel management .
-In relation to the Grand Duchess's activities, the spouse of the Grand Duke's private and public activities must be separated.
- the Grand Duke will be a part of the processes to reform the Court, describing the head of state as a 'partner in the modernisation process'
- As for the Grand Duke's private message published last week concerning the attacks on his wife, the Prime Minister said he had not been involving in approving the message and had not known about it. In the future, the Court's communication service will work closely with the state's press unit .
Highlights abstracted from https://today.rtl.lu/news/luxembourg/a/1466250.html