Felipe VI restores the Royal Family

As the king takes advantage of Marivent’s holiday to mend ties, he transforms the sitting monarch’s passivity into a being on display without words.

The holidays in Marivent created the image of the Royal Family during the transition, without making it clear whether naturalness was a virtue of this now-disbanded group or imposed by the landscape. Felipe VI wanted to take advantage of his favorite island to restore his family nucleus with two particularly risky episodes. In just one quarter, Cristina de Borbón twice returned to Mallorca and changed the throne of the defendants’ row. The first visit coincided with the wedding of his best friend Rosario Nadal’s daughter. The latter led to a reconciliation lunch with her younger brother, who was stripped of the title of Duchess of Palma. The meeting took place in the absence of Letizia Ortiz.

For his second restoration mission, Felipe needed and relied on his wife’s unexpected cooperation. This is how Letizia and Sofía broke away from the stereotypical relationship of mother-in-law and mother-in-law, contributing to a deal in times of concern for both their institution. The king starts off at a disadvantage compared to the politicians for not participating in the polls, a shortfall that deprives him of the guild’s excellent excuse. But this summer, he decided to win the Royal Family elections. He even refused to appear at the trial between the two without a tie, at least tying him face-to-face with Pedro Sánchez.

Reclaiming intergenerational complicity at the top of the state for the first time since Juan Carlos I and Felipe González, Sánchez and Felipe VI were also destined to understand each other. However, the socialist leader loves competition, proud of his status as the first Prime Minister, which stemmed not from La Zarzuela but from a no-confidence motion in Congress. In Mallorca, the proud politician had to bow his head because the tie weighed more than the purple one. Hours after the fundamentalist dress revolt among the official audience, the monarch appeared at the Marine Club without a sultry suit and in shorts. Twice he had imposed his law, summer is different, business is different.

You may be a monarchist or a republican, but the dilemma must be put in a more sincere implication, would you want Felipe VI to work, who did not know his father’s slack and could not? The king carries an ideology compared to the adventurous tactics of Juan Carlos I. Its conservatism is proven by Bolívar’s sword, where the dilemma is not figuring out how long he sits or standing, but figuring out which of these anatomical configurations he is in. I found it more comfortable.

The king does not speak. To change its image, it only has fully imaginary features that find its ideal setting in Marivent. He turned his passivity, which was literally passivity, into a being deployed without a word, the double-edged sword of politicians. Delgado, on vacation to the El Greco neighborhood, Felipe VI’s failures were about to push him into cynicism. In a country full of charisma, he preferred to wait for the sitting monarch.

It is still easy to find those who highlight the excellent legacy inherited from Felipe VI by his parents. In fact, a yoke and a corset, which is even reflected in the puppies’ estate delivery. In both La Zarzuela and Marivent, the President occupied a secondary pavilion. In Madrid, to keep Juan Carlos I at court. In Mallorca, the mistress of the main residence is Sofía de Grecia and her son has withdrawn to his mansion adjacent to Son Vent.

The figure of Felipe VI does not tolerate excesses, we must relativize summer success by referring to the acquisition in the middle of the sea the consciousness that he must write his own history, a late liberation from his secondary state. Always the equivalent of a hasty father, he was Aznar’s great hope for the monarchy to reclaim its ultra-conservative fortress status. Without a fixed course like the rest of the planet, the King acts as if the worst is past, perhaps comforted by the sterility of a living parlor republicanism with the outdated connotations of the thirties bracket.

Kings still do not arouse passion among their compatriots, but they have rekindled popular curiosity for the characters they portray. Its rating is not optimal, but it has improved since Spain was placed in the forty rating.

Source: Informacion

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