Infanta Spain
Infanta Spain
Infanta Leonor of Spain is the first child of Felipe, Prince of Asturias, and his wife Letizia, Princess of Asturias. Leonor is second in the line of succession to the Spanish throne after her father and according to the Spanish Constitution of 1978, she will become Princess of Asturias and later Queen of Spain if her parents do not produce a male heir. As daughter of the heir-apparent to the throne, she is styled and titled Her Royal Highness, Infanta of Spain.
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  • 2008
    Age 2
    She began her first year of real schooling on 15 September 2008 at the Santa MarĂ­a de los Rosales School in Aravaca, just outside Madrid.
    More Details Hide Details Her father is an alumnus of the school.
  • 2006
    Age 0
    The Spanish Royal House confirmed on 25 February 2006 that stem cells from Princess Leonor's umbilical cord have been frozen and stored at a blood bank in Tucson, Arizona.
    More Details Hide Details A spokesman said this is "habitual practice" at the clinic where Leonor was born. The stem cells will be frozen for at least 15 years, along with cells from 18,000 other babies around the world. Leonor is not the first royal baby to have her stem cells frozen; Prince Christian of Denmark has had his stem cells frozen as well. Infanta Leonor began her education at the daycare for the children of the Spanish Royal Guard.
  • 2005
    Leonor left the Ruber Clinic with her parents on 7 November 2005.
    More Details Hide Details The Infanta was baptised in the Zarzuela Palace by the Cardinal Archbishop of Madrid, Antonio Rouco Varela, on 14 January 2006. Like her father in 1968, Leonor was baptised with water from the river Jordan, following the Spanish Royal Family tradition. She was also given the additional names of de Todos los Santos (of All the Saints), a Bourbon tradition. Her godparents were her paternal grandparents, Their Majesties King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain.
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