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Their mother is known for her stylish prowess, and Queen Letizia of Spain‘s daughters proved they were just as fashionable during a family appearance today.
Princesses Leonor, 16, and Sofia, 15, looked effortlessly elegant in patterned dresses as they joined their parents King Felipe and Letizia to meet former winners of the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Barcelona.
Leonor donned a black and white floral frock, while her younger sister opted for a polka dot dress in matching colours.
Their mother Letizia put her best fashion foot forward in a cream midi dress, featuring mid-length sleeves and a billowing skirt.
Their mother is known for her stylish prowess, and Queen Letizia of Spain ‘s daughters proved they were just as fashionable during a family appearance today
Princesses Leonor (centre right), 16, and Sofia (centre left), 15, looked effortlessly elegant in patterned dresses as they joined their parents King Felipe and Letizia to meet former winners of the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Barcelona
She completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup and kept her locks down for the occasion.
Her husband Felipe appeared dashing in blue trousers and a grey blazer combo, teamed with a striped shirt. 
Future Queen of Spain, Leonor, is the Foundation’s honorary president and has previously presented prizes to winners during the award ceremony.
The Foundation’s main objective is to work for young people in all areas that are critical for their future.
Leonor donned a black and white floral frock, while her younger sister opted for a polka dot dress in matching colours
Their mother Letizia put her best fashion foot forward in a cream midi dress, featuring mid-length sleeves and a billowing skirt
Letizia completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup and kept her locks down for the occasion
Her husband Felipe appeared dashing in blue trousers and a grey blazer combo, teamed with a striped shirt
It is a private foundation set up in 2009 and backed by 88 trustees, with the honorary chairman being King Felipe VI, on behalf of his daughter Princess Leonor.
It seeks to become a benchmark at national level in supporting young people in their professional and personal development.
It also hopes to identify young people with talent who can act as role models for other young people and launching programmes to improve employability.
Meanwhile, princesses Leonor and Sofia looked the epitome of chic as they made a visit to Figueras without their parents this weekend.
Future Queen of Spain, Leonor, is the Foundation’s honorary president and has previously presented prizes to winners during the award ceremony
The Foundation’s main objective is to work for young people in all areas that are critical for their future
Leonor and Sofia stepped out at a museum for Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí yesterday.
They were taken on a tour of the facilities at the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres in the province of Girona, Catalonia, ahead of the Princess of Girona Awards today.
Heir to the throne Leonor donned a red and white £69.99 dress from Mango for the outing, while her younger sister wore a £299 cream frock from Claudie Pierlot.
This was the siblings’ second joint outing without their parents; in July 2021, the princesses planted trees in the protected forest area of Hayedo de Montejo in Madrid, along with a group of other teenagers.
Princesses Leonor and Sofia of Spain looked the epitome of chic as they made a visit to Figueras without their parents
Leonor, 16, and Sofia, 15, the daughters of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia, stepped out at a museum for Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí yesterday
The trip marked Leonor’s first visit to the province of Girona. One of her historic titles is Princess of Girona.
During their visit to the museum, the sisters attended a meeting with eight young people linked to the Princess of Girona Foundation.
The glamorous royals both teamed their summer dresses with espadrilles and kept their hair down for yesterday’s event.
Leonor has been studying at UWC Atlantic College in South Wales – based at a 12th-century castle and dubbed the ‘Hippie Hogwarts’ – since September 2021.
They were taken on a tour of the facilities at the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres in the province of Girona, Catalonia, ahead of the Princess of Girona Awards today
Heir to the throne Leonor donned a red and white £69.99 dress from Mango for the outing, while her younger sister wore a £299 cream frock from Claudie Pierlot
The trip marked Leonor’s first visit to the province of Girona. One of her historic titles is Princess of Girona
She has enrolled on a £67,000, two-year course to study for her International Baccalaureate diploma at the school. 
Situated in a 12th century castle in the Vale of Glamorgan, the school offers activities and subjects like Tai Chi and Tibetan literature, leading it to be nicknamed ‘Hippie Hogwarts’. 
UWC Atlantic College has a proven track record educating royalty. King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands studied there in the Eighties and Belgian heir to the throne Princess Elisabeth graduated last year.  
During their visit to the museum, the sisters attended a meeting with eight young people linked to the Princess of Girona Foundation
The glamorous royals both teamed their summer dresses with espadrilles and kept their hair down for yesterday’s event
Leonor (pictured right) has been studying at UWC Atlantic College in South Wales – based at a 12th-century castle and dubbed the ‘Hippie Hogwarts’ – since September 2021
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