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It’s unbelievable what kind of school the Princess Royal of Spain goes to

It’s unbelievable what kind of school the Princess Royal of Spain goes to

VI. Princess Zofia, the second daughter of King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, has moved to Wales, where she will begin her studies at UWC Atlantic College. In the past, the princess’s brother and many kings and princesses visited here. The school tuition fee is 29 million HUF.

The school in Vale of Glamorgan is for ages 16-19. The school is often referred to as Hippie-Roxfort because it is completely free-spirited. The building is located in the middle of a large garden and is very similar to the well-known school from the Harry Potter films.

Princess Sofia followed in her sister Princess Leonora’s footsteps, earning her International Baccalaureate at this school in May. In the past, Princess Alexia of the Netherlands, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Princess Elisabeth of Belgium also studied here.

Zofia arrived at school the same way as her peers, with suitcases and accompanied by her family, only to be photographed by the official royal photographer, he wrote. eyelash.

The school was founded by German teacher Kurt Hahn, and the tuition fee for two years is £67,000, or 29 million forints. Courses include Taichi, epistemology, and the history of the Tibetan Empire. The ruling families prefer the school mainly because of the modern way of thinking. In addition, there is no exception here for children, everyone is the same student. The school’s motto is that “the world can become better through mutual understanding”. The current president is Queen Noor of Jordan.

Students live in eight buildings, one of which sleeps 48 students. The houses are named after ancient Welsh kings and benefactors of the school. Boys and girls sleep in separate corridors and four students of different nationalities share a room. One of Zsófia’s biggest difficulties may be getting used to the Welsh weather.

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