On Sunday evening, King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited Felipe’s father King Juan Carlos at the Quiron Hospital in Madrid. King Juan Carlos had heart surgery on Saturday and is hoped to discharge by next week.
Spanish Royal family is enjoying their summer in peaceful Mallorca. They are equally giving royal fans opportunities to see them during the summer break. In the last week, we have seen Felipe and Letizia with their girls many times.
On Thursday, once again the family was out to spend some times in the sun. Felipe and Letizia took their daughters Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia to Son Marroig and historic landmark Monestir Miramar.
Two emblematic “possessions” of the North Cordillera of the island of Mallorca, Son Marroig and Monestir Miramar are located between Valldemossa and Deià, in the incomparable setting of the former lands of Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria. They are listed as a Cultural Interest Property in the Historic Place category.
After enjoying their time at the museum, the royals went to Monestir Miramar – a monastery dating back to the 13th century. A monastery and eastern language school were founded by Ramon Llull in 1276. Franciscans missionaries used to learn Arabic at the Monastery before travelling to North Africa to spread Christian beliefs.