Princess Leonor’s handwriting has sparked a debate on social media.
The handwriting of the future Queen of Spain has been the subject of criticism, with many users comparing it to that of a small child.
The whole controversy was sparked when the princess, accompanied by the King and Queen and Infanta Sofia, signed in the book of honor of the General Military Academy, the place where she began her military training.
The Spanish royal family published the moment on its Twitter account, attaching the images of the princess writing and the photo of her signature.
What is Princess Leonor’s handwriting like?
Several users on Twitter began to criticize Princess Leonor’s handwriting, going so far as to claim that she “does not know how to write”.
The controversy was sparked because, in addition to being left-handed, her handwriting does not match what would be expected of a future queen, especially considering her years of study and education in the best institutions.
A renowned Spanish journalist, Sandro Pozzi, from media such as El País and La Sexta, was the one who highlighted this detail that went unnoticed by many.
Leonor’s handwriting is disturbingly childlike. Despite her 18 years, her handwriting is more like that of an 8-year-old girl.
This discovery has sparked controversy and opened the debate on the importance of handwriting in the image of a future queen.
While some argue that Leonor’s handwriting should not be criticized, others believe that her handwriting should be more in line with her position and age.
Despite the controversy, Leonor’s handwriting does not define her leadership ability or qualities.
Princess Leonor has the opportunity to develop and improve her handwriting as she continues her education and growth.
What is important is that her dedication and commitment to her future role as Queen transcends any criticism.
La Princesa de Asturias, acompañada por los Reyes y la Infanta Sofía, firma en el libro de honor de la Academia General Militar, donde hoy dará comienzo a su formación castrense.
— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) August 17, 2023