The similarity between Leonor of Bourbon and her great-great grandmother Victoria Louise of Prussia is incredible and no one can doubt that the next queen of Spain has inherited genes from the great royal dynasties from which she descends.
Leonor is more closely related to the genealogical record of her paternal grandmother Queen Sofia and the royal families of Greece, Denmark, Prussia, Hanover or England.
Victoria Louise of Prussia was the only daughter of the seven offspring of the last German emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm II. She is the mother of Queen Frederica of Greece, mother in turn of Queen Emerita Sofia.
Victoria Louise of Prussia was born in 1892 in the Marble Palace, in Potsdam (Germany) was the only daughter of the seven offspring that had the last German emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm II. She is the mother of Queen Frederica of Greece, mother in turn of Queen Emerita Sofia.
The beautiful princess went down in history for her wedding to Prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover, Duke of Brunswick, this wedding served to seal the peace between the House of Hohenzollern and the House of Welf.
The resemblance between Victoria Luisa of Prussia and Princess Leonor has taken many by surprise and on social networks the image has been shared thousands of times and netizens agree that the resemblance of both royals is incredible.
Meanwhile, the future Queen of Spain is already being prepared little by little to take the reins of the Spanish crown. In the last two years there has been an evolution of Leonor, who already begins to give speeches with total confidence winning the affection of many.