Spanish Royals commemorate victims of the coronavirus disease

King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
This Wednesday, on May 27, 2020, a 10-day official mourning began in Spain to commemorate almost 27,500 deaths in the country caused by the coronavirus. The mourning period began when all flags on public buildings were lowered to half-mast. King Felipe, Queen Letizia and their daughters Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus this Wednesday morning.
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe and Queen Letizia also sent their condolences to the families of victims and all nation. The 10-day national mourning will be the longest period of mourning in Spanish democracy.
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia observed a minute's silence for victims of the coronavirus. Felipe Varela dress

10 Comments

  1. Sorry, but the fatalities in Spain have been 27.000 up to now, not "almost 30.000"....a big difference, however a lot yet.

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  2. People should be accurate when giving figures in a worldwide blog, the deaths in Spain are 27.117. It is not a joke and when someone is not sure, it is better to avoid it. It is a hard subjet.

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  3. What to say about it? Nice gesture in view of the sadness for the whole country, Appropriate outfits. I think it is the first time we see the princesses in black. While everywhere some people do not respect the lockdown, even if they are supposed to be examples.

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    1. Very well said. They have been a true example to their country (and others that should take note). I have tremendous respect for them and how they have handled this very difficult time.

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  4. So sad....

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  5. They all look very appropriate for this sad occasion. (V.M.)

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  6. Pour cette occasion bien triste, toute la famille porte des tenues appropriées !

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  7. Its good they show their support to the families who lost their loved ones to the coronavirus. Its very mean virus, even if you come out alive, it will be a struggle to recover and sadly some of the damage to the lungs can be permanent.
    Stay safe and healthy! Lets hope no second wave!!!!
    -Karin

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  8. The Royal family look very appropriately dressed for such a somber and sad occasion. This was beautifully handled, graceful and very dignified.

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  9. Ein sehr würdiges und angemessenes Unterfangen seitens der königlichen Familie. Ähnliches hätte ich von anderen Staatsoberhäuptern auch erwartet. Aber das spanische Königshaus ist eben etwas Besonderes... besonders gut.

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