However, since the princess returned to her studies at UWC Atlantic College in Wales at the beginning of January, where she is in her second year of high school, this has not been the only trip to Spain she has made.
What’s wrong with Princess Leonor of Spain’s teeth?
According to the Spanish portal Vanitatis, the heiress arrived in Spain last Friday, January 27, and spent a short time with her parents. King Felipe even brought forward her birthday celebration and blew out the candles at La Zarzuela in the company of his daughters, the queen and other members of the family.
The same publication has reported that Princess Leonor had previously traveled to Spain due to a dental emergency. The future queen is currently undergoing orthodontic treatment to improve her teeth.
Specifically, on January 20, 2023, Leonor was in Madrid on an unscheduled trip and in which she visited her family dentist, who is a close friend of Queen Letizia. Although no further details are known about this trip or the problem presented by the Princess of Asturias, it is believed to be related to the treatment she has been undergoing for several months.
A few months ago an orthodontic specialist had revealed that Princess Leonor wears “aesthetic orthodontic brackets only in posterior sectors”. She explained that possibly “they are performing a rescue of the canines using what appears to be a passive technique”. He also added that she has a treatment with a technique called sequential orthodontics.
At the moment the heiress is immersed in the final stretch of the course and it will not be until April 6 when she will be officially back in Spain, as it will be her ‘Spring Break’. It is not known so far if during this week of vacation she will face any professional commitment alone or in the company of her sister Sofia.