Pablo Urdangarin, 22, son of Infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin, was one of the attendees at the funeral of King Constantine of Greece. However, his presence was almost jeopardized by an oversight.
The handball player joined the rest of the Spanish royal family to say goodbye to his great-uncle. Pablo, along with his siblings Juan, Miguel and Irene, accompanied the infanta Cristina and their grandmother, Queen Emeritus Sofia, in their grief.
What happened to Pablo Urdangarin at the funeral of King Constantine II?
Pablo had a little mishap with the suit selected to go to the funeral. The second son of the former Duke and Duchess of Palma did not have a suitable outfit for the funeral, so he had to go to a shopping mall to buy one, as revealed by several Spanish portals.
The nephew of the King of Spain was touring the stores of L’Illa, on Diagonal Avenue in Barcelona to find the perfect suit. Specifically, the athlete chose a Massimo Dutti design, consisting of two black pieces with a white shirt and black tie.
During his tour the son of the Infanta Cristina bumped into some female admirers and, as always smiling, he did not refuse the request to be photographed with some of them, nor did he avoid talking about the type of suit he had bought.