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Princess Leonor of Spain returns to her homeland for half a year for some rest with her family

Princess Leonor of Spain, who has returned to Spain for half a year, enjoyed a family night out on Thursday night at a concern.

The 15-year-old heir to the throne has been studying at UWC Atlantic College in Wales since September, but went home for a week’s rest with her loved ones mid-term, and classes resumed on November 1.

A stylish figure in a fuchsia pink wrap dress and Carolina Herrera heels, the young royal joined her parents, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia, as well as her younger sister Princess Sofia, 14, as they attended the Princess of Asturias’ traditional concert. Award held at Principe Felipe auditorium in Oviedo.

The event traditionally takes place on the eve of the Princess of Asturias Award, but was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Princess Leonor of Spain, 15, who is studying at UWC Atlantic College in Wales, has returned home for six months tonight to attend a concert with her parents, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizis, pictured on the right.

Princess Leonor of Spain, 15, who is studying at UWC Atlantic College in Wales, has returned home for six months tonight to attend a concert with her parents, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizis, pictured on the right.

Leonor, who wore her blond hair down in a shiny blow-dryer, paired her daring long-sleeved dress with nude heels.

The teen opted for little makeup, added just a splash of eyeshadow and mascara, and donned a protective face amid Covid-19.

Her outfit complemented her sister Sofia’s blue ensemble, who opted for flats instead of heels.

The family arrived as a happy quartet.  Leonor, left, wore a bright pink dress while her sister Sofia, 14, right, opted for a blue number

The family arrived as a happy quartet.  Leonor, left, wore a bright pink dress while her sister Sofia, 14, right, opted for a blue number

The family arrived as a happy quartet. Leonor, left, wore a bright pink dress while her sister Sofia, 14, right, opted for a blue number

Queen Letizia opted for a deep blue dress with a feathered skirt and metallic heels to match her gold earrings.  Pictured, with Princess Sofia

Queen Letizia opted for a deep blue dress with a feathered skirt and metallic heels to match her gold earrings.  Pictured, with Princess Sofia

Queen Letizia opted for a deep blue dress with a feathered skirt and metallic heels to match her gold earrings. Pictured, with Princess Sofia

Meanwhile, Letizia dressed stylishly in a deep blue feathered dress with flared sleeves.

The mother of two wore her hair in a loose ponytail and seemed delighted to have her two daughters by her side again.

The Monarch opted for gold metallic stilettos and complemented it with a pair of stylish gold hoop earrings.

Meanwhile, proud father Felipe VI looked sharp in a dark striped suit with blue tie and crisp white shirt.

The family, all wearing protective face masks, were greeted by the organizers on their way to the concert

The family, all wearing protective face masks, were greeted by the organizers on their way to the concert

The family, all wearing protective face masks, were greeted by the organizers on their way to the concert

Tonight's concert precedes tomorrow's Princess of Asturias Awards, where Leonor will take center stage as she hands the award to the winner

Tonight's concert precedes tomorrow's Princess of Asturias Awards, where Leonor will take center stage as she hands the award to the winner

Tonight’s concert precedes tomorrow’s Princess of Asturias Awards, where Leonor will take center stage as she hands the award to the winner

Letizia wore her hair in a low ponytail as Sofia's luscious blond locks fell over her shoulders, pictured

Letizia wore her hair in a low ponytail as Sofia's luscious blond locks fell over her shoulders, pictured

Letizia wore her hair in a low ponytail as Sofia’s luscious blond locks fell over her shoulders, pictured

Tomorrow will be an exciting day for Leonor, who will present the awards in a glamorous ceremony.

Sharing his name with Leonor, the heir to the Spanish throne and the title of Princess of Asturias, the annual awards are presented to individuals or organizations for outstanding achievements in the fields of science, humanities and public affairs.

The Princess of Asturias Awards was founded in 1980 by Felipe, who was then heir apparent, before taking the throne in 2014.

The event was created to consolidate the ties between the Principality of Asturias and the King and to encourage scientific, cultural and humanistic development.

Each year, the recipients of the awards receive a sculpture made by the prestigious Spanish sculptor Joan Miró.

King Felipe exchanged a few words with his eldest daughter after the family sat down for the concert, pictured

King Felipe exchanged a few words with his eldest daughter after the family sat down for the concert, pictured

King Felipe exchanged a few words with his eldest daughter after the family sat down for the concert, pictured

As heir apparent, Leonor always sits to her father's right during official events, pictured

As heir apparent, Leonor always sits to her father's right during official events, pictured

As heir apparent, Leonor always sits to her father’s right during official events, pictured

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