King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia hosted their annual dinner this evening with Balearic Island leaders.
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia were also on hand to greet a variety of guests. The gathering at Almudaina Palaca coincides with the Royal Family’s vacation in Palma de Mallorca.
The Prince and Princess of Asturias are scheduled to attend the closing of the London Olympics later this month.
The leaders of Spain’s two main labor unions — the Unión General de Trabajadores and Comisiones Obreras — met with King Juan Carlos today amid the nation’s ongoing economic turmoil.
The leaders expressed their opposition to a recent flurry of budget cuts, which they say are hurting workers and the needy.
The King has spoken in favor of European cooperation and integration. However, he has stressed the need for a balanced approach to dealing with the debt crisis.
The labor leaders expressed their discomfort with further EU intervention in Spain’s economy, which may come with painful strings attached.
Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia and their daughters, Infanta Leonor and Infanta Sofia, took a public outing yesterday during their vacations in Mallorca.
The family took the train from Palma de Mallorca to the Port of Sóller, a major tourist attraction in the Balearic Islands.
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The magazine also showcased the Duchess of Alba’s first swim during her own vacations in nearby Ibiza. The Duchess is the woman with the most titles of nobility in the world.
King Juan Carlos welcomed Italian Premier Mario Monti at Zarzuela Palace today.
Monti stopped in Spain as part of a tour of several European countries. He’s seeking solidarity for measures to beef up the troubled Euro currency.
Spain and Italy are among the countries that are most under pressure from financial markets.
Meanwhile, Queen Sofia and other members of the Royal Family have been in Palma de Mallorca on vacation.
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King Juan Carlos suffered a significant fall today during a visit to military command facilities in Madrid.
El Pais documented the fall in a photo gallery. His Majesty only suffered minor bruising.
King Juan Carlos has had some difficulty walking since his hip replacement surgery.