Today’s El Mundo newspaper in Spain has printed a long and flattering portrait of Morocco’s Crown Prince, describing him as “gifted and a polyglot”.
The multi-lingual Crown Prince, who can communicate confidently in Arabic, French, English and Spanish has clearly caught the eye of the Spanish media for many reasons.
They seem delighted to find out he follows Barca FC and is a Lionel Messi fan. They also give his distinct and modern fashion sense a big thumbs up. El Mundo acknowledges the influence and advice of his mother, Princess Lalla Salma, when it comes to ensuring he is always well dressed and looks like a future monarch.
Born in 2003, the Prince is referred to as mature” for his age and “always serious and strict.”
El Mundo pays tribute to the Prince’s personality and his ability to communicate with global leaders.
“we have rarely seen a boy treat kings and head of states with so much courage and ease.”
The profile of the young Prince focuses extensively on his education. Unlike young members of the Spanish royal family, Prince Moulay El Hassan is not attending private schools, alongside the children of other wealthy and notable parents. Instead, as El Mundo applauds, he is studying inside the Royal Palace with groups of other children who come from diverse backgrounds, selected carefully for their intellect and skills.
El Mundo reports that when he finishes his secondary schooling, he is expected to pursue his studies in aviation, distinct from his father who studied Law.