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Queen Letizia of Spain – Royals announce late baby luck

Good news from the palace in Spain. The royal family has had late baby bliss.

Madrid – The Spanish royal family has announced surprising news. Queen Letizia, regent of Spain, has become an aunt again. Letizia’s sister Telma Ortiz was once again lucky with the baby – and that at the age of 47. According to matching media reports, their second child is said to be a girl. The name of the baby is still unknown. The local radio station esRadio reports that Queen Letizia’s sister gave birth to the child in a hospital in Madrid.

Telma Ortiz has been in a relationship with lawyer Robert Gavin Bonnar for some time. He is apparently the father of the newborn, as reported by 24royal.de. * Accordingly, it is the first child of the royal couple. The new parents, however, brought several children into the relationship.

Queen Letizia of Spain – The grandmother recently passed away

The royal baby happiness should be a relief for the family after difficult times: Most recently, Menchu Álvarez, grandmother of Queen Letizia and her sister Telma Ortiz, died at the age of 93. The queen was probably denied a personal farewell. The 48-year-old was not present at the funeral. According to media reports *, she did not want to cause any press hype in the cemetery.

Telma Ortiz

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New parents: Robert Gavin Bonnar (left) and Telma Ortiz (right). (Archive photo)

In addition to the news from the Spanish royal family, reports from the Belgian royals recently caused a stir: Princess Charlène had to be hospitalized and operated on. (tu) * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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