Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia witnessed this Saturday the decisive match that Spain plays against Denmark at the Women’s European Championship in Brentford, just outside London.
The 16-year-old heiress to the throne and her 15-year-old sister attended the match from the stands of the Brentford Community Stadium accompanied by the Minister of Culture and SportMiguel Iceta.
The presence of the daughters of the Kings in the party is a gesture of support for women’s football and the team led by Jorge Vilda.
this is the sSecond occasion in which the Princess of Asturias and the Infanta attend a football match.
Leonor de Borbón did it on April 27, 2016 with her father at the Vicente Calderón stadium to watch the first leg of the semifinals of the Champions League between Atlético de Madrid and Bayern Munich.
His sister premiered the following week, also accompanied by the King, at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, where they played Real Madrid and Manchester City in the same competition.
With her move to Brentford, the heiress to the throne returns to the United Kingdom after completing her first year of high school at UWC Atlantic College in Wales on June 17.