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The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

author:History of Lao Sheji

She saved the reputation of the Spanish royal family from birth, mastering 4 Chinese at the age of 8 and printing on coins at the age of 13.

For her sake, her father broke the tradition of "passing on the male to the female" on the throne, and even if she had a son in the future, she would be the first heir to the throne.

This is properly taking the big heroine script, such a persona, in real life, does it really exist?

She is the future Queen of Spain, Princess Leonor, who was born at the peak and is the envy of all girls.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

But as a princess, is the future queen's life really that good?

Heaven sent to save the princess of Spain

Before 2005, the reputation of the Spanish royal family could be said to have reached its lowest point, but when the popular vote reached a certain proportion, the Spanish royal family, which had existed for hundreds of years, was abolished.

That's because king Juan Carlos I of Spain at that time did not do his job, and when he got old, he began to spend money and buy all kinds of luxury cars and yachts, and his private life was chaotic and he was exposed to various scandals.

Juan Carlos's absurd behavior caused a lot of groans from the Spanish citizens, and they almost pulled him out of power.

The reputation of the Spanish royal family plummeted, and the old king saw no good, so he handed over the mess to his son Felipe and ran abroad to live happily.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

However, the new king Felipe was also unpopular at this time, because he married a commoner queen, queen Letizia was a host, and before marrying Felipe, there was a history of marriage.

The Spanish royal family stipulates that the queen must have no noblewoman with no history of love, but even so, Felipe still tried to resist the public opinion and married Letizia.

However, in the eyes of many Spanish citizens, Letizia is not eligible to become a member of the royal family.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

Until October 31, 2005, a baby's cry broke the embarrassing status quo of the Spanish royal family, and the eldest princess Leonor was born!

Seven days later, Felipe appeared in public with her daughter in her arms, and people looked at this soft and cute little baby and suddenly had a crush on the Spanish royal family, just because the little princess was so cute!

Because of this, it is said that Princess Leonor single-handedly saved the entire royal family.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

Is it really useful to be pretty?

This princess is not good

Leonor lived up to the expectations of the people.

While Lionor was still in her infancy, King Felipe and Queen Letizia held her for various occasions, Leonor rarely cried, she always smiled innocently at the camera, blonde hair and blue eyes, as cute as a real Barbie doll.

The hearts of the people are cute with this cute little baby, who remembers the old king's unbearable past, and the reputation of the Spanish royal family is gradually saved.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

Queen Letizia was a fashionista, she was named the most dressed woman in the European royal family along with Princess Kate, and she dressed her daughter Leonor very fashionably and delicately, gaining a large number of fans at a young age, and the public's opposition to the commoner queen became less and less.

Later, Queen Letizia gave birth to her sister Sophia, and the family of four stood together, and the super high appearance was a beautiful landscape.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

When Leonor was 9 years old, his grandfather, the old King Juan, abdicated and his father Felipe officially succeeded to the throne, which also meant that Leonor became the first heir to the Spanish throne.

At the same time, Felipe also repealed Spain's constitution of "male primacy" to the throne.

That is to say, even if he later gave birth to a son with Queen Letizia, the eldest daughter Leonor would still be the first heir to the throne.

Not surprisingly, Leonor would be the first queen of the Spanish royal family in a hundred years.

The repeal of this constitution has caused the popularity of the Spanish royal family to soar unexpectedly.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

However, the little princess is not so good, the so-called "to wear the crown must bear its weight", from the moment Leonor was born, her words and deeds represented the entire royal family.

From the age of two, Leonor began to learn some royal rules, asking normal children, when they are two years old, they should only know how to play.

By the age of 6, Leonor learned more, music and dance were compulsory subjects, and in addition to that, Leonor also needed to learn a variety of languages.

By the age of 8, Leonor was fluent in Spanish, English, French and Arabic Chinese, in addition to leonor speaking simple Chinese.

As he grew older, Leonor's Chinese became more fluent and he was able to communicate with his sister on a daily basis.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

In order to maintain a perfect figure, Letizia never let her daughter eat fried foods and carbonated drinks, and always maintained a perfect posture.

At a military parade in Spain, Leonor and his parents stood on the stage for five hours, and during the intermission, Leonor wanted to sit in a chair and rest.

But less than two minutes after Leonor sat down, he was seen and dragged by his mother, Queen Letizia.

In addition to cultivating various interests and hobbies, Leonor also has to maintain excellent results, after all, as a princess of a country, her grades can not always be at the bottom.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

It can be said that Leonor has spent time in various cram schools since he was a child, and even if he is partying with classmates, Letizia will ask that Leonor's photo should not appear at the party.

As a result, Lionor had few friends, and his peers were very kind to the little princess, but it was not friendship.

It seems that being a princess is not as happy as imagined.

The future queen

She was born to save the reputation of the Spanish royal family, and felipe was particularly fond of this daughter.

How much did king Felipe love this daughter?

On 30 January 2018, the 50th birthday of King Felipe, Princess Leonor, who was only 13 years old, was awarded the Order of the Golden Fleece, and her head will be printed on Spanish coins.

To know, there are only four women in the world, the other three are Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Queen Margaret II of Denmark and the former Queen of the Netherlands, and Princess Leonor is the youngest of them.

The move also implies that Leonor was identified as the future Queen of Spain!

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

This year, Leonor gave her first speech in front of the nation, and looked at the generous daughters on the stage, King Felipe and Letizia with pride in their eyes.

Now that Lionor is 17 years old, she has become a big girl who is also at ease when attending various occasions, and does not need to be reminded by her mother.

At present, Leonor is studying in the United Kingdom, and after studying abroad, he will enter the Spanish army for training, and I believe that by then, Leonor has become a qualified queen.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

Whoever said that the fate of a princess must be to marry a prince, she can also become a queen!

However, compared to Leonor's strictly regulated life, what seems to be more enviable is the life of his sister Sophia.

Also as a royal princess, Sophia does not have to bear so many responsibilities for her sister, although she also needs to go to cram school, but her mother's requirements are not so strict, and she can choose what she wants to learn.

The future Queen, Leonor, who was born to save the royal family's reputation, was printed on a coin at the age of 13

While Leonor was learning various etiquettes, Sophia could run and play back and forth in the palace.

Compared to her sister Leonor, Sophia had a happy childhood.

I don't know if Leonor, who grew up under the expectations of everyone, will become the next Queen Elizabeth?