Spain’s Princess Leonor de Borbón has presided over her first public occasion with no existence of her father, King Felipe VI, through a 30th anniversary party of a cultural and language centre
MADRID — Spain’s Princess Leonor de Borbón presided over her first public occasion without the existence of her father, King Felipe VI, on Wednesday in the 30th anniversary celebration of a cultural and language centre.
The institute manager, Luis García Montero, also accompanied the princess.
Leonor, who’s heir to the Spanish throne, deposited a replica of Spain’s Constitution and Miguel de Cervantes’ classic”Don Quixote” from the magician’s literary vault, in which it stores Spanish-language literary paintings.
The Cervantes Institute encourages the understanding of the Spanish literature and language around the globe.
Spain’s imperial home is going through its most difficult moment because the recovery of democracy in the late 1970s because of this alleged financial improprieties of Felipe’s father, former King Juan Carlos I.
Within her dressing to a day triumph the 53-year-old Felipe, the royal home declared in February which Leonor would finish her last couple of decades of high school at a boarding school in Wales.