Will the Princess follow in her husband’s footsteps next month?

23-02-2013J. TORRES

By Humphrey Carter

Palma’s head judge, Francisco Martinez Espinosa spoke to National Police chiefs yesterday regarding security surrounding Princess Cristina when she appears in a Palma  court next month.

Palma.—The youngest daughter of Spain’s King Juan Carlos is going to  give unprecedented testimony before a Palma judge on 8 February   and the judiciary and the police are now planning the security operation with the big question being will the Princess walk the 18 metres to the rear entrance of the court in front of the global press or be driven?
Her husband,  Iñaki Urdangarin, already faces preliminary charges in the same case.


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