Royals Condemn New Zealand Attack

The Spanish Royal Household is condemning yesterday’s terror attach in New Zealand.


The Royal Family is expressing its support for New Zealanders and how terrorism only leads to pain and desolation worldwide.


Queen Letizia, Prince Charles Together In London

Queen Letizia traveled to London earlier this week to attend an exhibit of Spanish artist Joaquín Sorolla at the National Gallery.

Prince Charges, heir to the British throne, met Her Majesty there to tour the works.

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The two royal families were together in 2017 for a Spanish state visit to the U.K.

Royals Honor Terror Victims

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended a concert in Madrid earlier this month to honor victims of terror.

The concert at the National Music Auditorium in the Spanish capital was part of an annual commemoration.

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Queen Sofia presided over the first such concert for terror victims. Different members of the Royal Family have participated since.

King Felipe Back In Catalonia

King Felipe was back in Barcelona late last month for two high-profile events and to continue his presence in the prosperous but restive Spanish autonomous community.

The King presided over a dinner to launch this year’s Mobile World Congress. He also visited the convention floor the following day.

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Catalonia’s prime minister and Barcelona’s mayor did coincide with the King, but only accompanies him to some of the formalities.

His Majesty was also in town for the Kingdom of Spain Business Award, a chance to gather business leaders from around the country.

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The King have the award to Catalan executive Mariano Puig at the well-known IESE Business School.

Royals Honor Chef José Andrés

King Felipe and Queen Letizia awarded Chef José Andrés Spain’s gold medal for the arts.

Their Majesties handed out the awards to several luminaries at the Merced Palace in Córdoba.

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The chef is well known around the world for his restaurants, focused on the Washington, D.C., area and his charitable activities, including following Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

King Slams Separatists, Wins Peace Award

King Felipe today once again slammed Catalan separatists who claim to be acting in the name of Democracy.

The King said it was inconsistent for people to invoke Democracy while at the same time breaking the law.

“Without respect for the law there is no coexistence or Democracy,” said His Majesty.

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The King spoke at the Royal Opera building for the closing of the World Law Congress. He won the World Peace and Liberty Award.

The Spanish Supreme Court is currently trying several Catalan separatists for planning an illegal referendum on independence and also declaring a separate state.

Barcelona’s left-wing Mayor Ada Colau said she would not attend a welcoming ceremony for the King at the upcoming Mobile World Congress because of her republican values and his role against the separatists, which she calls unhelpful.