La Zarzuela publishes new pictures of the King for the tenth anniversary of his proclamation | Spain | EUROtoday

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La Zarzuela has made public this Saturday some unpublished pictures of the King on the event of the tenth anniversary of his proclamation as Felipe VI. Next Wednesday, June 19, marks 10 years since Prince Philip formally grew to become King, following the abdication of his father, Juan Carlos I, on June 2. The King's House plans to commemorate the date with a collection of occasions over the subsequent 12 months, which is able to start on Wednesday with varied celebrations on the Royal Palace, together with the presentation of a ornament to 19 nameless residents from throughout Spain thought-about examples for society. , a lunch with the powers of the State and a live performance in entrance of the Plaza de Oriente.

The day will start within the morning with a parade of troops alongside the Main Street of items from the three Armies and the Civil Guard that can relieve the Royal Guard shaped within the Patio de la Armería. Don Felipe, Doña Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía will witness the handover from the balcony of the palace that overlooks the Armory, situated in entrance of the Almudena Cathedral, in a beforehand unseen picture.

In the photographs launched, the King is seen working in his workplace and studying varied paperwork whereas looking the window. These pictures be part of these printed by Zarzuela on May 24, when the twentieth anniversary of the Kings' marriage marked. In these snapshots you may see Don Felipe and Doña Letizia with their daughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, aged 18 and 17 respectively, within the gardens of Campo del Moro in Madrid.

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