In the previous few decades, there have been many changes that have affected the Spanish Royal House. When his father, Juan Carlos, abdicated in 2014, Prince Felipe became King Felipe and Spain entered a new period of royal reign. Additionally, the nation now has Letizia, formerly Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano, as its new Queen.

The lives of a king, queen, prince, or princess are significantly different from those of their people, just as they are in other Royal families throughout Europe, notably the British Royal family.

When it comes to Queen Letizia, the King, their kids, and their spouse, it’s unquestionably different. Letizia was working when she met her future husband, who comes from a typical household. She now strives to lead a normal life as she can.

Although it may seem like a joyful life, celebrities are typically recognized everywhere they go. Now, that isn’t a problem for some people, especially for those who are young and dream of a future in something like acting or music; some people genuinely desire that kind of attention.

However, numerous Hollywood stars can attest to the drawbacks of having a global following. Simply put, it’s almost hard to lead a normal life.

Even several Hollywood stars have expressed the desire to just be able to go out and get milk unnoticed as one of their greatest desires. Others desire the freedom to move down the street unmolested by people attempting to take their photo or solicit their autograph.

King Felipe of Spain & Queen Letizia

The life of a celebrity is glamorous in many ways, but extremely difficult in others.

There is an even more limited form of celebrity; a tier above even Hollywood, whose members perhaps live even more spectacular lifestyles. We are, of course, referring to royalty.

There are now more than 20 monarchy in operation worldwide. One of the most famous is the British Royal Family.  Others can be found, for instance, in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.

There are several additional royal families in Europe. However, one in particular has recently come under fire: the Spanish Royal Family.

Spain’s King Felipe succeeded his father, King Juan Carlos, who abdicated in 2014. The family now leads a calmer life, and King Felipe has grown to be a very well-liked ruler.

The fact that Felipe’s wife, Queen Letizia, has no royal ancestry is arguably the most controversial feature of the Spanish Royal Family. When she first met the then-Prince Felipe back in 2002, she was working with something quite different.

Letizia and Felipe have two beautiful children together today, and to some extent, they try to have as normal a life as they can.

The son of former King Juan Carlos of Spain and former Queen Sofia of Greece, King Felipe of Spain was crowned on January 30, 1968.

Despite having two older sisters, Juan Carlos’ kid is the lone son. Felipe was anointed even though he wasn’t the oldest since the throne in Spain used to be passed down the male line. However, that has altered recently, and Felipe’s oldest daughter will now succeed him as queen.

King Felipe had the opportunity to travel extensively with his siblings as a child. In 1984 and 1985, he attended the Lakefield College School in Ontario, Canada, to complete his studies. Other noteworthy graduates from the school, according to Huffington Post, include Prince Andrew and actor Will Arnett.

According to the Telegraph, the King’s first letter home stated: “Those whom God has chosen to be kings and to be at the head of the destiny of a country do not have any other choice than to start to understand the importance and the special characteristics of the position because one can say that they start to become adults long before other boys of their age.”

Felipe completed three years of military training in Spain’s armed forces academy after finishing his studies in Canada. He afterwards completed his legal education in Madrid. He completed his education, graduating from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, with a master’s degree in international relations.

“Serving Spain is his sole and ultimate objective.” His mother, Queen Sofia, once reportedly said, “It has been profoundly engrained in him that he must be the principal servant of the country.”

Felipe turned out to be quite well-liked by the Spanish populace. As a sailing competitor in the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona—Prince even carried the Spanish team’s flag—his popularity increased even more. He finished sixth overall with his sailing teammates.

Who is Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano, the Spanish Queen?

She was born in Oviedo, Spain, on September 15, 1972. Letizia was raised in a working-class household. Her mother, Maria, was a nurse, and her father, Jess José, was a journalist.

Letizia attended the public school in La Gesta before continuing her education at the Alfonso II Institute. She was 14 when her family relocated to Madrid.

Letizia graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Madrid’s Complutense University. The Institute for Audiovisual Journalism Studies awarded her a Master’s degree in audiovisual journalism as well.

Letizia had been married once before she met the love of her life. She married Guerrero Pérez in 1998. Sadly, a year later, they decided to get divorced.

According to the legend, King Felipe had been eager to meet Letizia and eventually succeeded in getting a dinner invitation from her through an acquaintance who works in journalism.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the King of Spain has a net worth of $10 million.

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