“There is no school for being Queen,” Amalia said shortly after her eighteenth birthday. So the Crown Prince chose a nice broad study, Politics, psychology, law and economics† In fact, today’s queens come from very different backgrounds. What kind of courses did he do Queens From the present and the future?
Diploma in being a queen
No, none of today’s queens or crown princesses were simply able to undergo the “Queen’s Training”. although Royal ladies Born as “bourgeois girls”, they nonetheless enjoyed greater freedom of study than the royal ladies who had been in the spotlight all their lives. Who studied what?
From economics to art history
our current property, Queen Maxima† She was working in a bank when they met her prince on a white horse. Financial matters have been and continue to be a major interest for MECS. No wonder, then, that she studied economics at the Catholic University of Argentina. her Belgian colleague, Queen MathildeHe holds a BA in Psychology from the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve. Crown Princess Elizabeth She has just finished her first year in history and politics at Oxford.
And what kind of education did Scandez have? Queen Margherita The Danes chose a little bit of everything. For example, I studied philosophy at the University of Copenhagen and prehistoric archeology at Cambridge, and it wasn’t necessarily an obvious choice for a (future) queen. She also studied political science for a year in Aarhus, Paris and London. her successor, Princess Mary’s crownIt’s also a real study ball. She earned both business and law degrees from the University of Tasmania, followed by degrees in advertising and marketing. He could always come in handy as the figurehead of a kingdom, right?
Swedish Queen Silvia She has a diplomatic advantage thanks to her education. She was trained as a translator and is fluent in German, Portuguese, French, Spanish, English and Swedish. her daughter, Crown Princess VictoriaShe also chose a wide package in preparation for her reign. I studied French for a year in France, followed by some sort of private Swedish politics course (a bit of the Queen’s private training after all). Then she also studied political science and history at Yale University in the United States. its Norwegian neighbor, Queen Sonya van Norway, who also has a talent for languages, proves her research paper from the University of Oslo with French, English and art history on it. daughter in law Crown Princess Mette-Marit She returned to school after marrying her heir, and obtained a master’s degree in executive management ten years ago.
Queen Elizabeth She knew from the age of ten that she was going to be queen, and was specially educated for it (you see, Amalia, she’s already there, but it sure seems to us that she’s lonely). Duchess Camillathe future queen, studied French language and literature in Paris, and Duchess Kate She studied art history at St Andrew’s University in Scotland, where she met Prince William.
Spanish Queen Letizia She studied journalism at the University of Madrid and pursued her Ph.D. in Mexico, after which she became a successful reporter and presenter until she married into the royal family. what her daughter, Crown Princess Leonor, She chose after her study days in Wales is still open to question. We’re betting on something in history and politics – which to most heirs to the throne seems as close as possible to the education of the Queen.
Source: Royal House, Royal Central, Kungahuset, Hello! † Photo: BrunoPress
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