Spain’s Princess Leonor is in quarantine.
The 14 year old heir to the throne and her sister Princess Sofia have gone into quarantine after a classmate at their school tested positive for COVID-19.
She arrived for her first day of term at Madrid’s Santa Maria de los Rosales’ School alongside her father King Felipe, 52, on Wednesday. She was joined by her 13 year old sister on Friday.
The royal sisters will now have to isolate for 14 days and have to take coronavirus tests. Despite their daughters quarantining, the King and Queen will continue with their royal duties.
This comes days after Spain became the first country in Western Europe to register 500,000 virus infection. The second surge in cases has coincided with schools reopening.
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