This is the charity doll that has been modelled on Spain’s 13-year-old heir apparent Princess Leonor which has been slammed by sick trolls online with some branding it a ‘horror’.
The doll of Leonor, Princess of Asturias, was created by the AFD Group and was based on the measurements of a Mattel Barbie doll, according to reports.
Headed by Vasili Barbier and Sergey Amelkox, the AFD Group produces dolls inspired by important figures and they have already made figures based on Leonor’s 46-year-old mum Queen Letizia and her monarch dad, King Felipe, 51.
According to the manufacturers, the Princess of Asturias “shines” in a pastel blue dress.
The figure, which will not go on general sale, will be unveiled as the official charity doll for the Madrid Fashion Doll Convention taking place in the central Spanish capital on 8th September.
According to local media, the doll’s face has been praised for its likeness to the princess, however, sick trolls were quick to slam the doll online.
Netizen ‘Ana Rocido’ commented: “What have we done to deserve this?”
‘Serge & Destroy’ said: “Damn, such horror!”
‘Aleix Galvany’ wrote: “Does it do anything or is it just to be used for voodoo?”
Reports said that the Madrid Fashion Doll Convention will also feature figures based on Hollywood legends such as Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.
As the eldest daughter of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor is the heir apparent to the throne of the Kingdom of Spain.
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