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Letizia is reserved in the bustle, conversing sedately with the students, asking questions and nodding her head.
But as soon as security herds snappers out of the room she visibly relaxes.
But Letizia is a far more complicated creature than her distant royal-cousin-by-marriage (King Felipe’s Greek aristocrat mother is related to Prince William’s grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh).
“A breath of fresh air,” as so many royal commentators said of the common-born Duchess of Cambridge.
She is impossibly thin – so thin it’s impossible not to remark on it, so thin she makes the Duchess of Cambridge look like Marilyn Monroe – and as perfectly made-up and daintily-boned as a mechanical doll constructed for the purposes of being The Most Glamorous Royal in Europe, the unofficial title she has held, alongside her official one, ever since marrying Prince Felipe of Asturias (now the reigning king) 10 years ago.
Letizia, as she is called in these parts, is here at the Prince of Asturias International Music School in Oviedo, Spain representing her husband’s cause.
The small northern city of Oviedo (population 225,000) is the capital of the principality of Asturias, a region dignified by its former royal namesake, Prince Felipe VI of Asturias.
But what is less well-known about this rainy little capital, with its quiet cobbled squares, peaceful public gardens and respectable suburbs, is that its also the hometown and birthplace of a beautiful, driven and somewhat tightly-wound girl from a staunchly republican family who would eventually become his Felipe’s bride and mother to his heirs.