Sofia and Elena have been busy over the past month or so, separately as well as together. Let’s take a look at what they’ve been up to.
Sofia and Elena attended a scholarship presentation ceremony at the “Queen Sofia Foundation Alzheimer Center” in Madrid on Feb. 26th.
Queen Sofía of Spain and her eldest daughter Infanta Elena attend the award of the Reina Sofia Foundation Scholarships to investigate Alzheimer.— ♔ RoyalArjan ♔ (@RoyalArjan) February 26, 2019
Calm yourselves, but Elena wore pants to church on March 1st. I don’t think anyone had an issue with it, judging from the happy faces all around.
On March 1st, 2019, Infanta Elena continued a tradition that the Spanish royals have upheld for over 300 years. Every year, on the first Friday of March, one of the Spanish royal family attends the Church of Our Father Jesus de Medinaceli to pray to the Christ of Medinaceli. pic.twitter.com/NczsT71Vjp— Royal Ladies (@vaninaswchindt) March 2, 2019
Sofia and Elena attended an 80th Birthday party for Infanta Margarita, who is King JC’s youngest sister on March 6th.
On March 12th Elena handed out awards from the MAPFRE Foundation to various companies and entities involved in employment programs.
Hemos recibido la visita de la Infanta Elena en la entrega de reconocimientos a las empresas y entidades de #Guadalajara que participan en el programa de empleo de la @fmapfre y que luchan por la igualdad de oportunidades. ¡Enhorabuena! 👍🏽 pic.twitter.com/gE4R4wh59m— Jaime Carnicero (@jaicarnicero) March 12, 2019
And last but not least, Elena visited Real Club Nautico on March15th. The Galician Sailing Federation brought together the most outstanding athletes in Galicia for the gala in which, among others, the king’s eldest sister received a special prize.
La infanta Elena vuelve al Náutico https://t.co/RWKuO2wxnj pic.twitter.com/fhxuRtP4xX— Voces de A Coruña (@vocescoruna) March 16, 2019
I don’t know about you, but I think we might have just found the Spanish version of Anne here. Elena is a very busy Infanta!