On her 18th birthday, Princess Leonor swears allegiance to the constitution

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Princess Leonor pledges allegiance on her 18th birthday. During the celebration of Crown Princess Leonor’s 18th birthday on Tuesday, she swore her allegiance to the Constitution of Spain in hopes of marking the milestone.

She was all smiles as she arrived at the heartwarming ceremony and was in good spirits as she walked into the grand ballroom. In Madrid, she attended the Congress of Deputies with her parents, King Felipe and Queen Letizia, as well as her 16-year-old sister, Princess Sofia.

During her oath-taking ceremony before the Cortes Generales (the Spanish parliament), Princess Leonor looked absolutely stunning in all white ensembles as she pledged her loyalty to her country as she reached legal age.

A solemn ceremony in the Chamber in which Leonor swore to faithfully carry out the duties he had been assigned, to uphold and ensure the Constitution and laws are upheld, to respect the rights of citizens and the Autonomous Communities, and to remain loyal to the King, was held during which she swore to faithfully follow her duties.

In response to the oath taken by Your Highness as heir to the Crown, Francina Armengol, president of Cortes Generales, said, “The Cortes Generales have received the oath that Your Highness has taken in compliance with the Constitution.” Ladies and gentlemen. It is the Constitution that should be cherished, the King that should be ruled, and Spain that should be ruled!”

A presumptive heir to the Spanish throne is Leonor, Princess of Asturias, Princess of Asturias. Queen Letizia of Spain is the elder daughter of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain. Her paternal grandfather, King Juan Carlos I, reigned during the time of her birth, which led to her being born in his absence.

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