: And you are someone who is regularly spending
: time with the Spanish Royals so you noticed
: all these things first hand? Or are you a
: close confident of Queen Sofia who told you
: all about her wicked daughter-in-law?
: Im guessing you are not and it is not
: showing any sign of decent behaviour to
: condemn someone without being aware of all
: the information.
: Again we have this one very unpleasant
: incident but at the same time we have dozens
: if not hundreds of events where Sofia and
: Letizia get on very well and are supportive
: and complimentary of each other.
: Felipe only became king because Sofia's
: husband and son-in-law caused the
: institution of the monarchy so much bad
: press that Juan Carlos realised he could not
: see it survive without him abdicating.
: Since Felipe with the support of his wife
: and parents has managed to turn things
: around. Not that they are out of the woods
: Sofia is supposed to have sacrificed her
: personal happiness for the survival of the
: Spanish monarchy. Why would a
: daughter-in-law who helps her son achieve a
: goal she has dedicated her life to be such a
: bad thing?
: Im in no way suggesting Sofia and Letizia
: are close. They are two women not only from
: different generations but also from
: different back ground and with a different
: outlook on life. So it would be surprising
: if they were extremely close.
: They do however both love Felipe, Leonor and
: Sofia. They also want the best for the
: Spanish monarchy and have until this
: incident always shown great respect and
: admiration for each other. So we do need to
: put it into that context.
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