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Reconciliation in Windsor: Juan Carlos I leaves arm in arm with Felipe VI after King Constantine’s mass

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Reconciliation in Windsor: Juan Carlos I leaves arm in arm with Felipe VI after King Constantine’s mass

Former King Juan Carlos I and King Felipe VI were seen leaving a mass for King Constantine of Greece arm in arm in Windsor. The emeritus, along with Queen Sofia and Queen Letizia, attended the event, marking a rare public appearance together for the Spanish royal family.

The meeting in Windsor signifies a possible reconciliation between Juan Carlos I and his son, King Felipe VI, after the emeritus left Spain three years ago amidst a financial scandal. The presence of both royals at the event seems to symbolize a normalization of relations between father and son.

Queen Letizia’s supportive and stoic presence at the event further cemented the idea of unity within the royal family. The media noted her “lethal look” at King Felipe, showcasing her unwavering support for her husband during this intimate moment with Juan Carlos.

The Spanish royal family’s public appearance at the mass for King Constantine demonstrates a united front and a step towards healing any past rifts. The event in Windsor serves as a public display of solidarity and reconciliation between the generations of Spanish monarchs.

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