With things in common: Queen Letizia doesn’t believe in her daughter Leonor’s new relationship

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The first heir to the Spanish throne attends the elite boarding school UWC Atlantic College in Wales. And this is where she is said to have fallen in love with a classmate.

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It is said that Crown Princess Leonor has fallen in love.

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Since last fall, I have attended the renowned elite boarding school UWC Atlantic College in Wales.  And that's exactly where she and a classmate were supposed to erupt.

Since last fall, I have attended the renowned elite boarding school UWC Atlantic College in Wales. And that’s exactly where she and a classmate were supposed to erupt.

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Her parents, Queen Letizia and King Philip, and her sister Sophia were able to meet the friend in April.

Her parents, Queen Letizia and King Philip, and her sister Sophia were able to meet the friend in April.

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UWC Atlantic College in Wales is one of the most famous schools in the world and has an excellent reputation. The boarding school attaches great importance not only to education, but also to the fact that teamwork is not limited to lessons. He speculated that Crown Princess Leonor of Spain probably took it literally. The 16-year-old is said to have fallen in love with a colleague.

Months ago, I heard the first love rumors. Spanish magazine «Lecturas wrote that Leonor’s alleged boyfriend was ‘tall, thin and very handsome’ and common. He is also said to be a year older than the crown prince. ‘We know he is of a higher class,’ Lecturas wrote. ‘We know he is of a higher class,’ he adds. Between teens, they are inseparable.”

First meeting with the Leonor family

One possible reason is that a classmate escorted Leonor to Spain at the end of April and met his flower, Queen Letizia (49) and King Philip (54), for the first time. The young couple attended the surprise party to celebrate the 70th birthday of Paloma Roccasolano, the mother of Letizia. Spanish magazine «Hello!” Release. You can see in it: An unknown young man with curly dark hair, got into the same car, Vito’s truck, with Leonor, her sister Sophia (15 years) and the royal couple, and they left.

Speculation continues as to whether the mysterious companion to the royal family is actually Leonor’s boyfriend. The palace remained silent about this matter. However, there is one indication: the man was wearing a sweatshirt bearing the logo of UWC Atlantic College, the boarding school in Wales where the Princess of Asturias studies.

Mom and Dad don’t want to interfere

But how do the royal couple feel about this relationship? According to royal expert Pillar Air and other sources, despite exercising control over the largest, Letizia is a “modern woman” who realizes that Leonor needs to go through that kind of experience. “Neither the father nor the mother cried out to heaven, for they knew that it was not necessary to prevent her. And most important to them is surrender, forgiveness, and help when eventually everything inevitably falls apart,” says Ayer.

No wonder Letizia and Felipe understand exactly what they are talking about and the obstacles a monarchy can bring with regard to love. When the then crown prince saw the former journalist on TV, he fell in love. Their relationship was not well received by his parents, former Queen Sofia (78) and now former King Juan Carlos (84). But today’s king threatened a real scandal: he would abdicate the throne for Letizia, who had already been married once. In the end, he triumphed against his mother’s will and married a commoner on May 22, 2004.

It would likely be a while before Princess Leonor ascended to the throne or even steps before the altar. Until then, the 16-year-old had been enjoying her teenage life and time at boarding school, which she’s been attending since last fall. There is an ordinary female student, and neither prestige nor origin play a role. This is precisely the reason why the Spaniard is able to develop freely and away from the strict protocol of the court in Spain.

(Licentiel / Catherine Auvenir)

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