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The princesses try to cover Letizia’s bleeding in women’s football

The princess Eleanor and the infant Sofia star in their first official trip abroad this Saturday by attending the match that Spain is going to play


The princess Eleanor and the infant Sofia star in their first official trip abroad this Saturday by attending the match that Spain is going to play against Denmark in the Women’s European Football Championship in Brentford, on the outskirts of London.

The King’s House reported yesterday, Friday, that the trip of the heiress to the throne and her sister was part of the institutional agenda of the Royal Family.

Leonor de Borbón, 16, has so far held two acts alone and another two with the infanta, 15, but had not traveled abroad on an official basis.

The daughters of the kings will be accompanied at the Brentford Community Stadium by the Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta.

The presence of the daughters of the kings in today’s game (9:00 p.m.) It is a show of support for women’s football and the team led by Jorge Vildawhich needs at least a tie to advance to the quarterfinals of the European Championship, where it would meet England, the host of the tournament.

In their debut, Spain beat Finland 4-1, and in the second game, played last Tuesday, they lost 2-0 to Germany, one of the big favorites for the title.

Thus, Spanish royalty tries to alleviate Letizia’s ugliness to Spanish women’s football in recent years. The queen was only present in the 2019 Copa de la Reina final, at the New Los Cármenes Stadium in Granada. She no longer even waits for her every year to present the trophy created in her honor.

In its last edition, won by Barcelona, ​​they preferred to go to Paris to enjoy the final of the Women’s Champions League between Real Madrid and Liverpool, something that was highly criticized.

For her part, with her move to the English town, Leonor returns to the United Kingdom after completing her first year of high school at the UWC Atlantic College in Wales on June 17.

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