A portrait of Phillip II (1527-1598), King of Spain. After Anthonis Mor, 1558. Philip's wife Mary I of England died the same year that this portrait was painted.

Antonio Moro (Anthonis Mor van Dashorst) Phillip II King of Spain, 1558

HISTORIC ROYAL PICTURE 1907

A luncheon party at Windsor was the occasion for 24 Royals to gather together. Mr William Downey, the court photographer, used an arc lamp of 10,000 candle-power to aid the failing light. The Boy Prince Olaf of Norway is to the extreme left of the front row, next to King Edward V11. The Kaiser stands between the Queen of Norway and the Princess of Wales (later Queen Mary). The King of Spain stands with a hand on the shoulder of the Prince of Wales (later King…

Luncheon party at Windsor in 1907 for 24 Royals. Boy Prince Olaf of Norway is to…

King Ferdinand III 1199-1252, King of Spain (Castile and Leon), My 19th Great Grand Father and Father of Eleanor of Castile, Queen Consort to Edward I of England My 18th Great Grand Mother and Father.

My great grandfather King Ferdinand III King of Spain (Castile and Leon), Father of Eleanor of Castile, Queen Consort to Edward I of England

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain and are the symbols of the highest representation of the Spanish monarchy are seen during King Felipe VI of Spain's first speech to make his proclamation as King of Spain to the Spanish Parliament, 19.06.2014 in Madrid, Spain.

The crown and scepter belonging to the Royal Collections of National Heritage, which since the reign of Isabel II were used in the ceremonies of proclamation of the Kings of Spain.

Juan de Flandes, Portrait of Joan the Mad, 1496-1500

Queen Isabella: More Than Just a Patron of Columbus

Joanna November 1479 – 12 April known as Joanna the Mad (Spanish: Juana la Loca), was queen of Castile from 1504 and of Aragon from From the union of these two crowns modern Spain evolved

Marie Louise of Orléans (1662 – 1689) was Queen consort of Spain  as the first wife of hapless King Charles II, last Hapsburg king of Spain.  Granddaughter of Louis XIII of France;  known as María Luisa de Orleans. Daughter of Philippe, Duc d'Orleans and Henrietta of England.  Miniature of Marie Louise d'Orléans, future Queen of Spain by Jean Petitot le vieux

CONNIE- Old Lady-----------------Miniature of Marie Louise d'Orleans, the future Queen of Spain, by Jean Petitot le vieux, painted in 1678

king of spain abdication | Scandal-hit King Juan Carlos stuns Spain with shock abdication

King Juan Carlos of Spain to abdicate and hand crown to son Felipe

Prince Felipe and Crown Princess Letizia in a red dress leaving after Madrid had been eliminated from the voting at Session of the International Olym.

This is a collection of the family trees of the kingdom of Spain. The former kingdoms of Aragon...

Monarchs of Spain family tree

Spain's Royal Family Tree starting with the Catholic Kings (Isabella and Ferdinand) till the present days

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