While his former “alleged” lover, Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, is blabbing to the press about how her life has become so “unbearable” after the infamous Botswana Affair broke in the Spanish press, His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain is currently recovering at home after having an “…adjustment on his left hip.”
According to EFE, His Majesty checked into the USP San José Madrid Hospital on Wednesday after complaining about:
“…feeling uncomfortable. After several X-rays the doctors found that His Majesty has suffered a ‘slight dislocation’ on his left hip which was operated on last November. The issue was resolved around noon without surgery. He’s home now and resting.”
On Sunday, His Majesty will check into La Milagrosa Clinic where he will undergo yet another surgery for his herniated disc “…on the lumbosacral area of the spine.”
Poor guy. This year, so far, sure sucks for the old king.
It seems, at least to me, that Princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein may have stretched the truth just a bit when she spoke to the press about her “sensitive and classified” work for the Spanish government.
This morning in a pressconference the Deputy Prime Minister, Ms. Soraya Sáenz de Santamaria, denied that the “alleged” former mistress of His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain “…had done any sensitive and classified assignments cited herein [by Corinna]…”
Ms. Sáenz de Santamaria goes on to state that the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mr. José Manuel Garcia Margallo, confirmed that he was never “…aware of any official assignments…” by Princess Corinna for the Spanish government. Furthermore, the previous government also denied that the princess had done any for them.
Finally, the Izquierda Plural (a Leftist group in the Congreso de los Diputados) is now requesting that the director of the Centro Nacional de Inteligencia (CNI), General Félix Sanz Roldán, appear before the Congreso de los Diputados to address this issue as to whether or not the blonde and busty princess ever did any “sensitive and classified” assignments for the Spanish government.
So, who is telling the truth? Princess Corinna? The Spanish government? Or, did Casa Real give Princess Corinna these “sensitive and classified” assignments without informing the government (which, if true, is a stupid move on their part)?
In the evening, His Majesty along with Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended the Men’s 15 km Freestyle award ceremony. Yesterday, His Majesty attended the Women’s Relay 4×5 km Freestyle and this afternoon His Majesty attended the Men’s Relay 4×10 km Freestyle.
And, finally, His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his longtime girlfriend, Sofia, participated in the “…cross-country skiing event StafettVasan.”
On Friday, March 1, 2013, Her Majesty Queen Sofia of Spain visited the Iglesia de Nuestro Padre Jesús de Medinaceli in Madrid.
According to the Spanish royal court:
“For more than 300 years it has been a tradition in the royal family, that one of their members visits the Basílica de Nuestro Padre Jesús de Medinaceli, on the first Friday of March to worship the Cristo de Medinaceli.”
Upon her arrival Her Majesty was warmly greeted by Father Benjamín Echeverria, Father Carlos Coca, Father Gregorio Blanco as well as hundreds of parishioners.
On February 26, 2013, His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco participated in the first meeting of the Comité Scientifique et Technique de la Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco. The purpose of the meeting was to “…examine 19 new projects falling under the FPA’s three priority fields of activity and assess potential support for various new projects.”
After the meeting the sovereign prince received a check worth “…85,100 Euros representing the sales proceeds from operation ‘Save the Mediterranean Sea’. The money will help towards funding the action implemented by the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco to protect the Mediterranean Sea…” according to a press release via the FPA.
On Friday, March 1, 2013, Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands visited Toldijk to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Plattelands Jongeren Gelderland (PJG) a “…forum for the development of young people in rural areas.”
According to RVD, Her Majesty also opened the photo exhibition entitled,100 jaar vrijwilligerswerk door Jongeren op het Gelderse Platteland.
On Friday, March 1, 2013, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall celebrated National St David’s Day in Wales. The royal couple attended a service this morning at the St. John The Baptist City Parish Church in Cardiff.
Afterward, the royal couple visited the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where they met with various students as well as staff from the school.
For detailed information about today’s visit please click the links below: