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Crown Princess Leonor arrived in Wales: This is her new everyday life

A new phase of life has begun for Leonor of Spain. The daughter of Queen Letizia and King Felipe is now living in Wales, where she is attending UWC Atlantic College.

Llantwit Major – Leonor of Spain (15) has exchanged her royal apartments in the Zarzuela Palace for a boarding room. The future Queen has lived in Wales since the end of August and will go to school there for the next two years. Strict rules and completely new living conditions await them at the renowned UWC Atlantic College. * reveals what the new everyday life of Crown Princess Leonor at the boarding school looks like.

After the family vacation of the Spanish royals on Mallorca, Crown Princess Leonor had to say goodbye to her parents King Felipe (53) and Queen Letizia (48) and her sister Sofía (14) a few days ago. On August 30th, school started again for the heir to the throne – but no longer in Madrid, but in Wales. Leonor is attending the UWC Atlantic College in Llantwit Major for two years and will take her Abitur there. The prestigious educational institution has an excellent reputation at home and abroad. Princess Alexia of the Netherlands (16) is also registered there. The future Spanish queen now has to adapt and come to terms with the new circumstances in the best possible way. Although the boarding school is considered to be extremely exclusive, everyday life there will probably not be comparable with Leonor’s previous life in the Zarzuela Palace. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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