Princess Leonor and Princess Sofía will also attend the 6th Congress of the Deputies on the occasion of the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, which will be presided over by Felipe VI and Mrs. Letizia and will also be attended by the Juan Carlos kings and Sofia.
Although at first was not expected the presence of the Princess of Asturias or his sister in this commemorative act, finally Casa Real has confirmed today that they will attend.
The daughters of the kings were already in Congress on November 17, 2016, at the solemn opening session of the Cortes Generales presided by Felipe VI, accompanied by Queen Letizia.
The Princess of Asturias spoke for the first time at an official ceremony precisely with the reading of article 1 of the Constitution on October 31, the day she turned 13 and celebrated the 40th anniversary of the approval of the letter magna by the Cortes Generales.
It was yesterday when the House of the King confirmed the presence in the celebration of the 40th anniversary of Don Juan Carlos, whose absence last year in the commemoration of the 40 years of the first democratic elections, also organized in the Lower House, caused a stir after some media reported their discomfort for not being invited to the ceremony.
The solemn act will take place in the hemicycle, where Felipe VI and the president of the Congress, Ana Pastor, will intervene before the deputies and senators gathered in a joint session of the Cortes, although the House of the King and the House of Representatives have not yet confirmed officially the planned program or the specific place that Don Juan Carlos will occupy during the ceremony.