Letizia and her affectionate gesture with the son of Pablo de Grecia and Marie-Chantal at the mass for Constantine

Doña Joy It is the nearby Queen. Every gesture, every smile or every look is in sync. She loves talking to young people. She connects subtly, almost immediately. A generational magnetism that is driven by her daughters, Leonor and Sofía. Her connection with the centennials That’s why it’s so natural.

As soon as they took their seats on the bench in the Windsor chapel, in the third row, the Kings saw the children of Paul of Greecehead of the Greek house, and his wife, Marie-Chantal Miller, and they greeted each other. The cameras have captured a very affectionate greeting from Don Felipe and Doña Letizia with Achilleswho was sitting with his sister, Olympia. Carlos Morales and Princess Tatiana of Greece were also with him.

The memorial mass for Constantine took place this Tuesday, February 27, in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, a place of royal worship and chapel of the Order of the Garter.

The Kings have arrived together. Letizia was walking arm in arm with Felipe VI. She held the collar of her cloak with one hand in a protective gesture. She has combined the piece, by Carolina Herrera, with an ink blue pencil dress. A tone in which she has agreed with Queen Camilla, with Nina of Greece and Olympia, among other guests.

Upon entering the chapel, the same temple where Queen Elizabeth II is buried, the Kings greeted Doña Sofía, who was occupying her bench with her sister Irene and the rest of the Greek family, with two kisses. They were in the front row. To the right of the Queen Emeritus were Prince Philip, with whom she had a long conversation, and Princess Theodora of Greece.