Leonor y Sofía hacen frente a su primer viaje internacional en solitario con un importante mensaje feminista

As confirmed by the Royal House, it will be this Saturday when Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía travel to London to face their first international trip

The Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia They were the great absentees to the massive birthday of Ingrid Alexandra from Norway. However, it seems that the King and Queen have other plans for their daughters that do not go through attending big parties and before starting their traditional vacations in Palma de Mallorca, the young They will face their first international trip.

As confirmed by the Royal House this Friday, Leonor and Sofía will return to their institutional agenda this Saturday, July 16, and they will do so with a solo trip to london. the young will attend the ‘UEFA Women’s Euro England 2022’ match who will face the Danish and Spanish National Teams at the Brentford Community Stadium in the English capital, an act with a feminist touch with which they follow in the footsteps of their mother in her support of women’s sports. One more step in her career as heiress to the Princess of Asturias, who will turn 17 next October.

Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, during their solo visit to Girona

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This is not the first time that Leonor and Sofía have been seen at a football match. We have to go back to 2016 to remember how both, each one separately, accompanied her father to several matches in Madrid. Images that are already part of the album of the lives of the young women and where they were very curious about everything that was happening around them.

In just one month, we have seen Leonor and Sofía up to four times, an institutional activity that is far from the secrecy in which they have been surrounded in the past. Your official commitments do not end here. On July 25, they will accompany their parents on their visit to Galicia to close the Xacobeo Year coinciding with the feast of Santiago Apóstol and then they will travel to Palma as every year, although it is unknown how long they will remain on the island.