Gavi may face retirement from his professional football career if he marries the Spain princess Leonor.
Gavi might be in love
Since last weekend, when the “Socialit” programme revealed that Princess Leonor would fall in love with the Spanish Selection football player and Barca, Gavi, rumours about their potential future haven’t stopped circulating. Additionally, King Felipe VI was reportedly seen going to greet Gavi and handing him a signed shirt for his daughter. It was also reported that the princess had his photos lined up throughout her folder.
The Telecinco programme is still providing details, and the echoes of a potential relationship are still audible. Leonor will be the footballer’s biggest admirer, they say, and I would be stupid to approach her.
What do they say from the Royal House?
Naturally, the obvious question is: Does the Royal House approve of this relationship? The Royal Household’s expert was consulted by “Socialit” to ensure that there would be no issues. However, these kinds of connections—where a member of the royal family is drawn to an athlete—have happened before. The Infanta Cristina and handball star Iaki Undangarn provide the best illustration. Queen Letizia, on the other hand, came from journalism, not royalty. If Gavi marries Leonor, he will become a member of the royal family, which means plenty of royal actiities, he will no longer have time to play profrssional football according to the royal family's rules.
As if that were not enough, from the Mediaset space they assure that Gavi is already called ‘The Little Prince’ in the dressing room for his alleged relationship with Princess Leonor.