Exciting times for Princess Leonor of Spain. Soon she will no longer be living with her parents and sister in Mardrid, but will attend a foreign college.
Madrid – Princess Leonor’s (15) days in Madrid are numbered. Soon a new phase of life begins for the Infanta in an unfamiliar environment with different customs, habits with (almost) unknown people. Why is the pretty princess turning her back on family and home *?
The young princess will start school at UWC Atlantic College in Wales on August 30th. That means for the older daughter of Queen Letizia * (48) and King Felipe * VI. (53) does not necessarily mean that she does not have to attend any public appointments for the Spanish royal family. She is expected to get both under one roof. On the Spanish national holiday on October 12, she will certainly come to Madrid and take on some tasks together with her sister Infanta Sofia * (14).
With a special permit, the 15-year-old had already been vaccinated against the corona virus in advance *. In Madrid, minors under the age of 16 are entitled to vaccination if they have to travel abroad to study or study.
While Princess Sofia (14) is still waiting for her vaccination, Princess Leonor *, who occupies first place in the line of succession, should have slowly settled into the new daily routine that the visit to the new college will entail. The Spanish princess is said to arrive at St Donat’s Castle in Llantwit Major accompanied by her mother, Queen Letizia, a few days earlier in order to be able to comply with the legally required quarantine regulations.
The royal does not remain lying alone in the distance. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.