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Infanta Beatriz, Lord Mountbatten, Infanta Maria Cristina. Desfile protocolario en la Cena previa a la boda de su sobrino Juan Carlos y la princesa Sofía de Grecia

Although Cristina, in the green dress on the right, had borrowed her mother's tiaras from time to time, she's also seen in this diamond floral tiara. The occasion being the wedding of Juan Carlos to Sofia in Athens 1962

Christening of The Infante Felipe of Spain (*30 January 1968), later Prince of Asturias. His godparents were his paternal grandfather, Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona, and his paternal great-grandmother, Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg.

Christening of The Infante Felipe of Spain January later Prince of Asturias. His godparents were his paternal grandfather, Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona, and his paternal great-grandmother, Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg.

Queen Ena and her two daughters, Beatriz & Maria Cristina, wearing matching coats (Marlene A. Eilers Koenig collection)    Queen Victoria Eugenia has always "followed the Spanish custom of dressing daughters of the same approximate age as twins." She has made arrangements "with their old shops for noble proxies to obtain dresses" and send them to Fontainebleau, where the Queen and her daughters now live.

Infanta Beatriz (Marlene A. Eilers Koenig collection) Queen Ena and her two daughters, Beatriz & Maria Cristina, wearing matching coat.

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - JOYAS DE LA CONDESA DE BARCELONA

DINASTÍAS | Los Foros de la Realeza • Ver Tema - JOYAS DE LA CONDESA DE BARCELONA

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Pilar, sister of King Juan Carlos de Borbon, the day of her wedding.

Their Royal Highnessess Infante Juan and Infanta Maria Mercedes of Spain, Count and Countess of Barcelona. Married: October 12, 1935

12 October Princess Maria Mercedes of Bourbon-Two Sicilies marries Infante Juan Count of Barcelona.

Queen Victoria Eugenie with her six children, 1918.

HM Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain with her six children: HRH the Prince of Asturias, HRH the Infante Jaime, HRH the Infanta Beatriz, HRH the Infanta Cristina, HRH the Infante Juan and HRH the Infante Gonzalo.

A sweet portrait of Count Alessandro with his grandmother, Infanta Beatriz of Spain.

A sweet portrait of Count Alessandro with his grandmother, Infanta Beatriz of Spain.

Alfonso XIII en Versalles

Alfonso XIII en Versalles

spanishroyals:  Alfonso XIII and Queen Victoria Eugenia with their six children in the Royal Palace of La Magdalena in Santander. Standing behind their parents the Infanta María Cristina, the Prince of Asturias and the Infanta Beatriz. On his mother's right the Infante Jaime, sitting on the floor the Infante Juan and the Infante Gonzalo is beside his father.

King Alfonso XIII and Queen Eugenie Victoria with their six surviving children.

Queen Victoria Eugenia(Ena) of Spain.

Queen Victoria Eugenia(Ena) of Spain. redo of veeeeery old one: [link] Victoria Ena-redo

spanishroyals:  Their Royal Highnesses the Infanta Beatriz and the Infanta María Cristina with their uncle Lord Mountbatten at the pre-wedding ball of their nephew Prince Juan Carlos with Princess Sophia of Greece and Denmark. Athens, 1962.

spanishroyals: Their Royal Highnesses the Infanta Beatriz and the Infanta María Cristina with their uncle Lord Mountbatten at the pre-wedding ball of their nephew Prince Juan Carlos with Princess Sophia of Greece and Denmark.