The young royal influencer, Victoria Federica, has surprised her more than 250,000 followers on the social media Instagram by posting a photo of her cousin in her stories.
Infanta Elena’s daughter was very proud to see her cousin dressed in military at her first parade on October 12, Spain’s Columbus Day.
Victoria Federica publishes Princess Leonor’s photo
Despite wearing opposite public roles, this October 12, Spain’s National Day, Victoria Federica shared on Instagram a photo of the military parade in Madrid.
But not just any photo, as it was a very special image; the regal portrait of Princess Leonor dressed in Spanish Army dress.
Although there was no text accompanying the photo, Victoria Federica’s inclusion of the striking portrait of Leonor conveys the admiration she feels for her cousin.
As heir to the throne, 17-year-old Leonor is embarking on rigorous military training to prepare herself as a future Queen of Spain.
For her part, Victoria Federica, 22, has carved out a niche for herself as an influencer and figure on the Madrid social scene.
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However, Victoria Federica’s social media post highlights the warm bond between the cousins, despite their opposite lives.
It also offers a rare glimpse of the personal connection between the young royals.
Despite everything, they are cousins
Recall that recently, according to sources close to Zarzuela, it was reported that Victoria Federica would not attend the 18th birthday of the Princess of Asturia to be held the day after the swearing-in of the constitution.
Apparently, the daughter of Infanta Elena will not attend the event at the Palace of El Pardo due to “family discrepancies”.
It is said that Victoria Federica and her controversial brother Felipe Juan Froilán do not get along very well with their uncle, King Felipe. Apparently, the King of Spain is not amused by the controversies involving his sister Elena’s children.
What there is no doubt is that Victoria Federica wanted to show her support for her cousin Leonor in her new and demanding military role, which has intensified since she entered the academy in Zaragoza in August.