daughter-of-castile: Isabel de Borbón y Borbón (1851-1931) by Vicente Palmaroli. Infanta Isabel was a prominent figure during the reign of her brother King Alfonso XII of Spain and during the minority of her nephew King Alfonso XIII. She was the most popular member of the Spanish Royal family. After the fall of the monarchy of Alfonso XIII, she refused the offer of the republicans to continue living in Spain. She died days later in exile in France.
JAMES II (1685-88) Three years younger than his brother, James had escaped to Holland during the Civil War in 1648, dressed as a girl. A brave soldier who served with the French and Spanish armies, he was given command of the English navy by King Charles II. His first marriage, to Anne Hyde, produced two daughters, Mary & Anne, who were raised as Protestants though James became openly Catholic. His unpopular second marriage (1673) was to Catholic princess Mary of Modena.
(L-R) King Felipe VI of Spain, Infanta Sofia of Spain, Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Leonor of Spain pose for the photographers at the Marivent Palace on August 4, 2016 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
The Power of Christ is in You. - Romans 8:11, "But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you."
The Cartier Diamond and Pearl Tiara: This gem belonged to Queen Victoria Eugenia, born a princess of Battenberg. One of the many grandchildren of Queen Victoria, she married King Alfonso XIII of Spain in 1906. The tiara went to her daughter, Infanta Maria Cristina, Countess of Marone. And then it ended up back in the main royal line (some say it was purchased by and some say it was given to or inherited by King Juan Carlos), and is now worn by Queen Sofia.