Although at first glance they have a solid marriage, the truth is that neither King Felipe nor Queen Letizia escapes the rumors of a crisis that could lead to an imminent divorce.
For several days now, the Spanish press has been reporting that the king and queen are experiencing one of those strong crises. This was triggered by the entrance of Princess Leonor into the Military Academy.
Spanish portals have also reported that the consort and the king have had strong fights and have even stopped talking for days, with rumors of a crisis taking off when it was known that the king would travel alone for a few days of rest to Mallorca.
What will happen if King Felipe and Queen Letizia get divorced?
According to Pilar Eyre, an expert on the Spanish royal family, the queen’s lawyers managed to get Felipe to sign an advantageous agreement for her. The expert asserts that the former journalist could receive two houses, one for winter and one for summer, among other benefits, including a sizable economic agreement.
Although the Queen would be well off in the field of finance, she would be at a disadvantage when it comes to her daughters, as by law custody would be entirely in King Felipe’s hands, at least for Infanta Sofia, since Leonor will reach the age of majority next October.
If, ultimately, the kings only separate and do not divorce, Letizia could still use her royal titles.