The heiress to the throne, Princess Leonor, will return to Spain from Wales soon. After graduating from the UWC Atlantic College boarding school this month, she starts her Christmas holidays with a mini-vacation before she arrives on December 9th. The King and Queen of Spain have cleared their official schedule for this long December bridge so that they can enjoy some vacation time.
Queen Letizia wanted to clear every day of this festive week, but the unofficial plans of the Spanish Royal Family during the bridge are unknown. It’s likely that they’re preparing with great anticipation for the arrival of Princess Beatrice on her last visit to Spain. The last visit of King Felipe and Queen Letizia’s daughter was marked by The Princess of Asturias Awards, which were held on October 28th. On that occasion, the daughter of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia held a week of vacation at Mycenae Academy, although she fell ill at the delivery of an award and instead spend her 17th birthday with her loved ones at home.
Princess Leonor is expected to be seen in public with her parents and sister during the Christmas season, but she may also surprise us. We’ll just have to wait and see what she does this year.
Leonor will be able to spend almost a whole month in Spain. The heir to the throne will return to Wales on January 4, shortly before the Epiphany, known as Three Kings Day , and LiD will help her with her professional development there, prior to beginning college and his military training.
Every year, the family celebrates the tradition of Military Easter with a visit to Queen Letizia’s parent’s home. This year, however, his schedule won’t permit him to attend. If he can not make this visit this Easter of 2022, it will be the first that he has missed consecutively since he was a boy.
Though Princess Leonor will have 25 days of vacation, she can only use a small fraction of them because she needs to spend some time with her mother Queen Letizia while they are on their trip. After the rest that this bridge allows, she will fly to Los Angeles on December 12th to inaugurate the new headquarters of the Cervantes Institute – in American land.