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The Count and Countess of Barcelona

The Count and Countess of Barcelona

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Anne of Austria (1601-1666), Infanta of Spain and Queen Consort of France.

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Anne of Austria (1601-1666), Infanta of Spain and Queen Consort of France.

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Philip II of Spain (1527-1598).

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Philip II of Spain (1527-1598).

“In any moment of our lives we’ll need the support from someone else too.”Princess Letizia at School Conference on Rare Diseases. (via aroyalargentinian)
Royal Palace, Madrid.

Royal Palace, Madrid.


Spain’s Queen Sofia and Prince Felipe of Asturias enter the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, Saturday May 22, 2004, where Prince Felipe married Letizia Ortiz.

Spain’s Queen Sofia and Prince Felipe of Asturias enter the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, Saturday May 22, 2004, where Prince Felipe married Letizia Ortiz.

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Infanta Eulalia of Spain, duchess of Galliera. 1900s

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Infanta Eulalia of Spain, duchess of Galliera. 1900s

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Infanta Eulalia of Spain

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Infanta Eulalia of Spain

The King speaks at the 41th session of the United Nations. New York, 1984.

The King speaks at the 41th session of the United Nations. New York, 1984.

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 King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia attend a Gala Dinner honoring Lebanon President Michel Suleiman at the Royal Palace on October 19, 2009.

 King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia attend a Gala Dinner honoring Lebanon President Michel Suleiman at the Royal Palace on October 19, 2009.

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