Princess Leonor’s graduation has generated a lot of information. Given the mystery surrounding the heiress, the Spanish media have been dedicated to closely analyzing the eldest daughter of the King and Queen and have taken advantage of the photos of her academic act.
Princess Leonor finished her studies at UWC Atlantic College with a praised outfit. However, one of her accessories went viral on social media: her necklace with a word in Arabic. A necklace that was not the first time she wore it, she had already worn it last summer with her parents and sister, in Mallorca.
What does Princess Leonor’s necklace mean?
On the fine golden chain, you can read ‘alhubu’ in Arabic letters, with a small brilliant next to the letters, that Arabic word that means “love”.
A discreet necklace that is already part of the jewelry box of the heiress, who at 17 years old opts for youthful and not ostentatious jewelry. Some interpreted this pendant as a reminder of her grandfather, King Juan Carlos I, who has been in Abu Dhabi for more than two years.
Others assured that it had been a gift from Prince Moulay Mohamed, son of King Mohamed VI of Morocco, although the truth is that it is unknown how it has come into the hands of the Princess of Asturias.
Many have commented on Twitter, but it should be noted that both Princess Leonor and her sister, Infanta Sofia, have received Arabic lessons since they were children, so they know the language, in addition to English, Catalan, and Basque.