Dutch Princess Alexia to study International Baccalaureate in Wales

Princess Alexia, the second-born daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, is to attend the distinguished United World School of the Atlantic in Wales after the top of this summer season. 

She will likely be becoming a member of the Crown Princess Leonor of Spain, who can also be enrolled on the UWC. Alexia will examine her Worldwide Baccalaureate in Wales — a diploma that’s recognised everywhere in the world. 

The worldwide college has round 350 college students of varied nationalities, and a number of the essential alumni embody the Crown Princess of Belgium, Elisabeth, in addition to the Dutch king himself. 

Following in father’s footsteps

King Willem-Alexander attended the identical faculty from 1983 to 1985. In line with the royal home reporter Kysia Hekster, “it has by no means been a secret that Willem-Alexander was despatched to that college as a result of he was not feeling nicely.” She provides that “It’s not recognized why Alexia will attend this specific college.”

UWC places emphasis on creativity, which “works out properly for Alexia as a result of she performs the guitar,” says Hekster. The princess is presently finishing her fourth 12 months of highschool on the Christelijk Gymnasium Sorghvliet in The Hague. 

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