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Felipe and Leonor of Spain:

Surprise visit from kings Felipe VI in Campo San Gregorio, in Zaragoza, where his daughter Leonor of Spain is carrying out military training together with his classmates.

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The sovereign watched a typical morning of exercises from a stand and subsequently, also in camouflage, went down among the boys.

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Handshakes, exchanges of smiles with the eldest daughter, and then everyone at lunch, in a relaxed and relaxed atmosphere. Leonor's week will continue in Toledo, in the Spanish army's shooting range, 1,500 hectares intended for exercises of all kinds, from shooting with different types of weapons to combat between tracked vehicles.

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Leonor, 18, has started her military training last Augustand after a few weeks of the course she moved on to the second year, thanks to a personalized program which will allow her to learn in three years what her colleagues learn in five. An exception that also fell to her father Felipe when she was the same age as him, the only one granted to the cadet Borbon-Ortiz. At the end of the summer Leonor will move to Pontevedra, to the Escuela Naval de Marìn, while in her final year she will be in Murcia, to the Academia General de Aire de San Javier.

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Not a small commitment, but her duty, as her father reminded her in October, on the occasion of the oath on the flag. «The commitment you have made entails the utmost responsibility towards Spain. You know well, as Crown Princess, that the Crown symbolizes her unity and permanence. I know that you will always keep in mind that your responsibility, in all circumstances and at all times, is to serve Spain with all your energy and determination, with true passion.” A marked destiny, where responsibilities and desires cannot be separated.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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