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Juan Carlos I (hwän kär'lōs) [key], 1938–, king of Spain (1975–), b. Rome. The grandson of Alfonso XIII, he was educated in Switzerland and in Spain. Placed by his father, Don Juan de Borbón, under the care of Francisco Franco as a possible successor, he graduated from Spain's three military academies and received commissions in the army, navy, and air force; he also did graduate work at the Univ. of Madrid and served apprenticeships in many government departments.

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Queen Sofia of Spain-----The epitome of regal grace!  I greatly admire Queen Sofia for her dignity and stoicism throughout her disgraced husband, Juan Carlos's amorous and financial foibles.

Queen Sofia of Spain-----The epitome of regal grace! I greatly admire Queen Sofia for her dignity and stoicism throughout her disgraced husband, Juan Carlos's amorous and financial foibles.

King Juan Carlos of Spain and Queen Sofia of Spain in 1961

King Juan Carlos of Spain and Queen Sofia in 1961 (Reminiscent of JFK and Jackie O, our American 'Royal Family')

The Royal Watcher - Prince Juan Carlos and Princess Sofia (now King and Queen) of Spain and a very young Prince Charles

The Royal Watcher - Prince Juan Carlos and Princess Sofia (now King and Queen) of Spain and a very young Prince Charles

Alessandrahautumn:  Spain's Royal Family-Cristina, Felipe, Elena, Prince Juan Carlos and Princess Sofia (before they became King and Queen)

The Spanish Royal Family; King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia and their three children; Ifantas Elena and Cristina and Prince Felipe

Juan Carlos I of Spain-75 Years, 75 Photos. 21-Prince Juan Carlos and Princess Sophia dancing at one of their pre-wedding parties. Athens, 1962.

Spanish Royals: Juan Carlos I of Years, 75 Photos. Juan Carlos and Princess Sophia dancing at one of their pre-wedding parties.

Guests including Britain's Prince Charles and Nelson Mandela gathered in Madrid to see Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano marry Spain's Crown Prince Felipe in a Roman Catholic ceremony on May 22, 2004. The former journalist chose a wedding gown by veteran Spanish designer Manuel Pertegaz to wear to her nuptials, featuring an impressive train, fitted bodice and an unusual high collar

Royal brides: The fairytale wedding dresses worn by real-life princesses

Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano wedding to Spain's Crown Prince Felipe; King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain are the groom parents.

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