Leonor, the Princess of Asturias, marked another milestone as heir to the Spanish throne this weekend.
Her Royal Highness, along with her parents, attended a series of ceremonies in the historic community of Covadonga, Asturias.
The royals celebrated the founding of the old Kingdom of Asturias and the anniversary of the canonical coronation of the Virgin of Covadonga.
The royals also visited a national park in Asturias.
Even though Princess Leonor did not deliver remarks, the trip was billed as part of her journey toward representing the Royal Family and eventually becoming queen.
Recently King Felipe inducted her into the Order of the Golden Fleece. She also has her own standard.
Asturias is often called the birthplace of modern Spain. Christian rulers in the area launched the reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula from Islamic rule.