Felipe VI and Letizia share a bench with Juan Carlos I at the funeral mass for Constantine of Greece

Meeting in London of three royal families: the Bourbons, the Windsors and the Greek family. Don Felipe and Doña Letizia attended the funeral mass in memory of Constantino. A religious service that has favored their reunion with the emeritus Kings. It was this Tuesday, February 27 at 11:00 in the morning (local time and 12:00 Spanish time) in St. George’s Chapel, in Windsor Castle.

The Kings of Spain made their appearance before 12:00. The arrival staircase was very measured so that they did not coincide with the emeritus Kings. That image of the greeting together has not occurred, but it has occurred on the benches inside the chapel. Don Felipe and Doña Letizia have shared a seat with Don Juan Carlos, who has taken his place along with Princess Benedicta of Denmark, sister of Ana María of Greece. Doña Sofía, who has traveled with her sister Irene, was not with her husband but with her Greek family occupying the first bench.

Don Felipe and Doña Letizia, who upon entering took off her black Carolina Herrera fur collar cape, greeted Doña Sofía and Irene and the rest of the family. Afterwards, they took their seat in the third row next to the emeritus. Doña Sofía has chosen to combine her black pants outfit with a chalk blue coat.

Very elegant Marie-Chantal

The first to arrive were Pablo de Grecia, head of the Greek house, and his wife, Marie-Chantal, who chose a very elegant wine red dress to match the cape and her salons. Striking, the color red. Behind her were her children, Olympia, wearing an ink blue midi dress; Achilles, Constantine and Odysseus. We have also seen Felipe, Pablo’s brother, with his wife, Nina, who has also opted for the discreet ink blue in a two-piece design: pencil skirt with a flare at the knee; and trapeze-cut jacket.

Representing the Windsors, Queen Camilla. The consort has joined the navy blue in a super British pinstripe print. Combined with the look, his wide-brimmed hat and feather detail. And gloves, which he also wore at mass. It was the Dean of Windsor, the Reverend Christopher Cocksworth, who received her by car, a House Rolls. Along with the Queen, very serious, her sister-in-law, Princess Anne, and her husband, Sir Tim Laurence, who have occupied her bench in front of Sarah.

We have also seen Prince Andrew. The Duke of York, wearing a pink tie, has arrived with his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson. The former duchess, 64, is fighting skin melanoma that was diagnosed last month, after undergoing a mastectomy last year. Despite arriving together, Andrés and Sarah have sat separately. Carlos’s brother, who remains invisible in the Royal House due to his connection with the Epstein case, has spoken with Marina Ogilvy. Beside him, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.