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Fury over Spanish king's remarks on Gibraltar on UK trip

16 Julio 2017
Fury over Spanish king's remarks on Gibraltar on UK trip

Hours later at the state banquet, the Queen then appeared to wade into the row in front of all the senior members of the British monarchy and Prime Minister Theresa May.

Manley's communique also highlights that "Spain and the United Kingdom are close allies and partners in the NATO, the UN, the G7 and the G20, amongst many other international organizations".

Guests were served a three-course menu including Scottish beef with bone marrow and truffles, with a Madeira wine sauce.

Without wasting too much time, here are a few pictures of Queen Letizia that prove that the Spanish royal is someone you SHOULD follow for some royal dressing lessons.

The Ambassador expressed his desire that Brexit will not affect the lives of Britons in Spain and Spaniards living in Britain.

Speaking in the Palace of Westminster, he said the countries were "profoundly intertwined" and he respected the UK's decision to leave the EU.

They prompted a stinging rebuke from its chief minister Fabian Picardo, who called the comments "undemocratic" adding Gibraltar "will remain 100% British". But it now looks like the British family has some royal company from Spain.

Although Article 50, launching the Brexit procedure, is yet to be triggered, Gibraltar has already embarked on an effort to convince the EU that the territory needs a special arrangement in the EU-UK divorce deal.

"These investments created around 110,000 jobs in Spain, where around 1,000 British companies have a base", the king said. However, we have no desire to form part of Spain or to come under Spanish sovereignty in any shape or form.

The pair have two daughters together, Leonor and Sofia, born in 2005 and 2007.

Queen Letizia wearing a Topshop skirt and Lodi burgundy suede pumps during the Spanish royals' U.K. visit.

The trip is the first state visit by a Spanish king to the UK since Felipe's father, Juan Carlos, came 31 years ago.

The king said Echeverria behaved in "an exemplary and heroic manner".

Princess Anne was pictured welcoming King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain to a lavish dinner hosted by the princess and her husband, Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.

He will meet Theresa May accompanied by his ministers for a lunch at Downing Street on Thursday.