Princess Leonor is already in Spain and arrived just in time to be accompanied by her family at the parish of the Assumption of Our Lady of Aravaca, in Madrid, to celebrate the confirmation of Infanta Sofia.
The ceremony took place on Thursday, May 25, and the heir to the throne played a very important role in the ceremony. It is a tradition for the confirmands to choose a godfather or godmother to serve as a guide or support for the future. In the case of Infanta Sofia, her godfather was King Felipe, although it was initially speculated that Princess Leonor would be the godmother for this Catholic ceremony.
Princess Leonor’s confirmation dress
Princess Leonor, for this special occasion, opted for a cherry-colored floral print dress in midi length, by the Spanish firm Polin et Moi.
The design featured a plunging V-neckline and a slightly more fitted waist with buttons and back elastic for a better fit to the body, lantern sleeves, and a full skirt. This dress is on pre-sale for a price of 89.95 euros, about 96 dollars at the current exchange rate.
She paired the dress with navy blue espadrilles that we have seen on Queen Letizia. As an accessory, she has opted for a nude purse by Zara.
As for jewelry, Leonor opted for minimalism and wore simple gold earrings and a new ring on the index finger of her right hand. This time the heiress to the throne did not wear her chain with Arabic letters.
Infanta Sofia and Princess Leonor of Spain
The strong bond between Leonor and Sofia is undeniable. Even distance has not managed to cool their relationship. In every public appearance, they show their complicity. Since they were little, they have been inseparable, thanks to their parents’ efforts to create an unbreakable bond.
Sofia is aware of her secondary role, but it is clear that she has the freedom to choose her path, a freedom that the heir to the throne does not have.