HRH Prince Davit of Georgia present at historic proclamation of HM the King Felipe VI as the new King of Spain

His Royal Highness The Prince David of Georgia, Royal Patron of the Royal Confraternity of Saint Teotónio, was invited to witness the historic proclamation of King Felipe VI as King of Spain, following the abdication of his dearly beloved father, His Majesty King Juan Carlos I, who played a historic role
in steering Spain to its modern democratic status.

Prince Davit of Georgia congratulates the new King of SpainThe proclamation, which included King Felipe’s oath to the Spanish Consti
tution, took place in front of the assembled Cortes Generales, in the Congress of Deputies in Madrid. It was attended by the head of the Spanish government, ministers, and lawmakers, alongside with a select choice of distinguished guests.

The Prince David of Georgia, who resided for a considerable amount of time in Spain, recalled his fondness and deference for the previous King, Juan Carlos I, and his gratitude to the King’s generosity in hosting the Georgian Royal Family in his Kingdom until them return to Georgia.

Prince David is born as the second son of Spanish race car driver, Prince George Bagrationi-Mukhraneli, by his first wife Doña María de las Mercedes de Zornoza y Ponce de León in Madrid, Spain. Continuing the close familial relationship of the Mukhrani line with the Spanish Royal family, Bagrationi was among the few guests invited to Felipe VI’s 2014 enthronement as king.

Prince David sent his warm, heartfelt congratulations to King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, wishing them a long, peaceful and prosperous Reign, and asked for God’s guidance to help them to lead their subjects forward in difficult and trying economic times.

Geplaatst30 juni 2014 doorMachiel inNieuws

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