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: I agree the incident has been over blown.
: I think it was a moment which is quite
: typical in most families and was a normal
: kind of run in between mothers-in-law and
: daughters-in-law, which are almost always
: about the children/grandchildren. It was
: just unfortunate this one was in public and
: involved a Royal Family.
: However if I understand your analysis
: correctly, you are saying the reason for the
: scene was that
: Q Sofia breached royal protocol and Q
: Letizia, quickly reacted to Q Sofia's
: alleged breach and tried to reinforce the
: correct precedence, in doing so getting into
: a tense few moments with her mother-in-law
: and husband, while her father-in-law looks
: on absolutely confused by what is being
: Isn't that kind of worse though?
: Even though I think Q Letizia reacted
: incorrectly in the circumstances, I can have
: considerable sympathy for a woman who thinks
: her child is not being treated properly or
: forced to do something she doesn't want to
: do, even if the person doing it is her
: ďa woman who thinks her child is not being
: treated properly or forced to do something
: she doesn't want toĒ
: Wow. Is that how you read it? The Princess
: being forced to do something by her
: I hate to say this but what kind of
: snowflake would the princess be if she canít
: handle being photographed for 5 seconds with
: her grandmother and sister?!
: However the idea that Q Letizia reacted like
: that because Q Sofia may have messed up the
: correct precedence of leaving the Cathedral,
: I am really struggling with that.
: If it were true how highly strung must Q
: Letizia be? Just leaving the house in her
: morning must stress her out.
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