Spanish Royal Family visited Jesus José Ortiz

On 6th of January, shortly after the ceremony of "Pascua Militar", King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and their daugters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia visited Jesus José Ortiz who is the father of Queen Letizia for the celebrations called "Epiphany Day" or "Three Kings Day" (In Spain and some Latin countries, Epiphany day is called El Día de los Reyes). The Epiphany Day in Spain is the day gifts are given to and taken from children. The children in Spain wait for the coming of "Three Kings" day as children in USA and other countries wait with great expectations for the coming of Santa.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and their daugters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia visited Jesus Ortiz who is the father of Queen Letizia for the celebrations called "Epiphany Day" or "Three Kings Day" (El Día de los Reyes).
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and their daugters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia visited Jesus Ortiz who is the father of Queen Letizia for the celebrations called "Epiphany Day" or "Three Kings Day" (El Día de los Reyes).
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and their daugters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia visited Jesus Ortiz who is the father of Queen Letizia for the celebrations called "Epiphany Day" or "Three Kings Day" (El Día de los Reyes).
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and their daugters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia visited Jesus Ortiz who is the father of Queen Letizia for the celebrations called "Epiphany Day" or "Three Kings Day" (El Día de los Reyes).

7 comments:

  1. Seriously, does her face even move?

    You won't post this, you hate my comments against Letizia, but that's okay.

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    1. Do pictures move?Why not see her in person so that you can verify if her face does move?

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    2. So you know what you're posting is ridiculous and may not be published but you do it anyway?

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    3. I have and it doesn't.

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    4. So why beat a dead horse...or "show horse" if you will? The topic has be raked over incessantly. The narrative is stale. Greetings

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  2. I love it when both sides of the family are included in annual celebrations. I am glad the little princesses are getting to know their maternal grandfather, also.

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  3. I am surprised that the king and the crown princess drive in the same car. I always thought that this should be avoided. But sure, it is better that way; it is like in normal families :-)
    C

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