Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía of Spain walked away from Easter mass on Sunday (Apr. 1) with a special bespoke gift from a well-wisher. King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia’s daughters were at the Cathedral-Basilica of Santa María de Palma de Mallorca with their parents and grandparents when they were given a personalized jigsaw puzzle featuring the sisters sweetly hugging one another. The photo came from the royal family's 2015 Christmas card, and Sofía proudly carried the gift as the royals greeted the crowds.
The royal family was out in full force on Sunday for their traditional Easter church service. The sisters were joined by mom Queen Letizia and dad King Felipe, as well as King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofía. Sunday marked the first time that Juan Carlos I attended the mass since 2014 — the same year he abdicated the Spanish throne to his son Felipe.
Sofía, ten, and Leonor, 12, looked characteristically stylish for the outing. Future queen Princess Leonor was ready for spring in a pale floral print dress. Meanwhile, her younger sister Sofía opted for a turquoise jumper, which she paired with a simple white blouse. Like her daughters, Queen Letizia also made a fashion statement wearing a nautical-inspired ensemble that consisted of navy BOSS culottes, a Carolina Herrera polka dot silk blouse and matching Nina Ricci pointed toe suede pumps.
Earlier this year, Leonor became the youngest female in modern history to receive the prestigious Order of the Golden Fleece — in the past two centuries only three other females have been recipients of the honour, including then-Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Queen Elizabeth.