King Felipe has called a new round of consultations with party leaders amid the possibility of an agreement to form a new government.
After two elections, Spain has been without a government for months, with no party winning an outright majority in parliament or being able to form a coalition.
But indications that Socialists may allow the conservatives to stay in power, and the new talks, have set the country abuzz. The King¨began trending on Twitter.
Media outlets are scrutinizing the King´s schedule for signs of when the new government may take hold.
His Majesty has several key events in the coming weeks, including the Ibero-American summit.
Crews have been getting the streets and plazas of Madrid for National Day festivities, particularly the military parade tomorrow.
Workers were almost done setting up the King and Queen´s viewing stand, and setting up barriers.
Military men and women have been arriving in the capital and rehearsing their roles.
Queen Letizia and Queen Sofia hit the streets of Madrid in recent days to participate in the Spanish Red Cross’ top fundraiser.
Members of the Royal Family and King’s Family traditionally appear around the city to greet supporters and raise money.
Queen Sofia set up in downtown Madrid while Queen Letizia visited Red Cross headquarters.
King Felipe attended the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres late last month.
The King met with top world leaders and current Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
The Royal Household noted Spain’s move to grant citizenship to descendants of Jews expelled centuries ago.