Princess Leonor of Spain has culminated her time at UWC Atlantic College with a graduation full of emotion and joy. Despite the mystery that La Zarzuela has maintained around the heiress, we have finally managed to discover some glimpses of the personality of the Princess of Asturias.
The Royal Household did not miss the opportunity to share on Twitter the moment when the Princess of Asturias received her diploma. At this important milestone, the King and Queen of Spain and the Infanta Sofia were present, accompanying and showing their support for the future Queen of Spain.
The graduation ceremony was an event full of meaning, where each second-year student of the boarding school took the stage to receive their well-deserved recognition. When it was Leonor’s turn, her name resounded through the room and she gracefully advanced to the stage. As she received her diploma, emotional words were spoken in her honor.
La Princesa de Asturias recoge el certificado que acredita los estudios de Bachillerato Internacional que ha cursado en @UWCAtlantic, durante el acto de graduación de su curso.
Al acto también han acudido como acompañantes los Reyes y la Infanta Sofía.
— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) May 20, 2023
Princess Leonor of Spain’s personality
Finally, we got to know, even if only in part, who Leonor really is. The person in charge of revealing the secrets was her guardian, who presented her with her diploma and offered a brief analysis of the daughter of the King and Queen of Spain
“Always interested in meaningful conversations. Uninterrupted passion for learning, understanding people, and exploring diverse perspectives has enriched your experience here at UWC. We will miss your humor,” were the words that revealed a little more about the personality of the Princess of Asturias.
This gesture has given us some clues about Leonor’s true personality, a far cry from the one exposed by Spanish journalist Jaime Peñafiel, who labeled her as an arrogant princess.
Apparently, during her stay in Wales, the princess has participated in discussions on various topics, always showing understanding and empathy with others. In addition, the mention of her sense of humor leaves us intrigued and eager to discover the more fun and jovial side of the future queen.
Of particular note is the effusive response from her fellow students, who applauded and cheered enthusiastically upon hearing her name. These ovations reflect the affection and appreciation that Leonor has garnered among her classmates, thus consolidating her position as a beloved and valued classmate. As she left the stage, the princess could be seen with a smile on her face and a shy look on her face, evidencing her humility and natural charm.
Graduation from UWC Atlantic College is just the beginning of a new stage for Princess Leonor, who will soon turn 18 and take on increasing responsibilities.
We look forward to following her journey and discovering how she will continue to forge her path to the throne as Spain’s representative.