Home Madrid scholarships Princess Leonor, 15, and Sofia of Spain, 14, look stylish in patterned dresses

Princess Leonor, 15, and Sofia of Spain, 14, look stylish in patterned dresses

0

Their mother is known for her stylish prowess, and the daughters of Queen Letizia of Spain proved to be just as fashionable in a family appearance today.

Princesses Leonor, 15, and Sofia, 14, looked chic in vibrant patterned dresses as they joined their parents, King Felipe and Letizia, in a reunion with United World Colleges (UWC) at the Royal Palace of Madrid.

UWC is a global network of schools and educational programs with a common mission to “make education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future”.

It has 18 schools and colleges on four continents, the majority of which focus exclusively on the 16-19 age group, including UWC Atlantic College which Leonor will be attending for a two-year course this summer.

Following in the footsteps of Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, the future Queen will study at the boarding school, based at 12th century St Donat Castle, nicknamed the “Hippie Hogwarts” in Wales.

Princesses Leonor and Sofia of Spain looked stylish in patterned dresses as they joined their parents, King Felipe and Queen Letizia, in a reunion with United World Colleges (pictured)

UWC is a global network of schools and educational programs with a common mission to “make <a class=education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future”. In the photo, Leonor (left) and his parents (right)” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

UWC is a global network of schools and educational programs with a common mission to “make education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future”. In the photo, Leonor (left) and his parents (right)

Looking at the epitome of elegance, Leonor sported a recycled khaki dress embellished with Mango green leaf details, which she debuted last summer while on vacation in Mallorca.

She paired the look with white sneakers that lace up around the ankles and leave her hair in clean lines.

Her sister’s equally sophisticated dress, which had blue and orange patterns, featured stripes of white embroidery and bell sleeves.

It has 18 <a class=schools and colleges on four continents, the majority of which focus exclusively on the 16-19 age group, including UWC Atlantic College which Leonor (pictured at the event with his family) will attend for two years. class this summer” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

It has 18 schools and colleges on four continents, the majority of which focus exclusively on the 16-19 age group, including UWC Atlantic College which Leonor (pictured at the event with his family) will attend for two years. class this summer

Following in the footsteps of Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, the future Queen (center photo) will study at the boarding school, based at 12th-century St Donat Castle nicknamed the “Hippie Hogwarts” in Wales

Following in the footsteps of Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, the future Queen (center photo) will study at the boarding school, based at 12th century St Donat Castle nicknamed the “Hippie Hogwarts” in Wales

The royals met with scholarship sponsors and scholarship students who will study with the future Queen over the next two years

The royals met with scholarship sponsors and scholarship students who will study with the future Queen over the next two years

Meanwhile, Queen Letizia, 48, looked distinctively chic in a tailored white suit and matching heels.

The 12th century Welsh castle nicknamed the “Hippie Hogwarts”: Princess Leonor of Spain to attend boarding school at UWC Atlantic College

The United World College Movement includes 18 schools around the world, according to the website.

Princess Leonor of Spain will study at one of these schools based in a 12th century Welsh castle.

She will attend UWC Atlantic College, based at St Donat Castle on the south coast of the country.

UWC was founded in 1962 by German educator Kurt Hahn, who believed his approach to education could lead to faster resolution of international conflicts, a philosophy that is still carried by the establishment that aims to “promote mutual understanding “.

He has also seen a growing list of members of the international royal family sitting on the benches of St Donat Castle over the years.

The most recent former royal pupil was Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, 19, daughter of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, who enrolled in 2018 but had to cut her time in college due to the Covid pandemic -19, and continued his education online from home.

King Felipe VI, 53, also looked dapper as he donned a gray suit and royal blue tie for the occasion.

The family of four protected themselves by wearing face covers when they met members of the UWC, which reportedly included some of Leonor’s future boarding mates, as well as scholarship sponsors.

UWC students are selected from over 150 countries, regardless of their socio-economic means.

During the event, the future Queen of Spain heard from former students of her future school, which she will join the last week of August.

The future Queen will study in a 12th-century castle dubbed the “Hippie Hogwarts” in Wales, the Spanish royal house has announced.

Leonor will attend UWC Atlantic College, based in the 12th century at St Donat Castle on the south coast of the country.

Princess Leonor, who will be 16 at the end of October, will begin her two-year course at the boarding school this summer.

His parents will personally bear the cost of the course of £ 67,000.

The most recent former royal pupil was Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, 19, daughter of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, who enrolled in 2018 but had to cut her time in college due to the Covid pandemic -19, and continued his education online from home.

The school, for students aged 16 to 19, says it seeks to “inspire change makers” who want to work for the common good.

He is looking for students who “can navigate the complexity of life and (reach) beyond easy answers,” the school’s website said.

The royal family’s statement noted the school’s “open and critical approach”.

Princess Leonor was granted admission to the school anonymously, passing several tests before being accepted, the royal household said.

Leonor, who already speaks five languages, has become her illustrious father’s “right-wing daughter”, assuming his royal duties with “enormous eagerness,” according to Felipe.

Growing up in the limelight since her father inherited the throne from King Juan Carlos in 2014, she has learned to keep calm under pressure and has already adopted the refined style of her royal mother, Queen Letizia.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here