March 23, 1927
This is an exclusive to the Los Angeles Times. Britain's heir to the throne, the Prince of Wales, will be visiting Spain next month, and the "possibility of an Infanta becoming the next Queen of England is again being discussed in Madrid." The Prince of Wales will visit the Spanish royal family on April 10, and stay through Easter week.
Although the prince will travel incognito, "elaborate plans are being made by the King, the aristocracy and the government to entertain the British heir." He will spend most of his time at Seville, as the guest of the Marqués Yanduri, whose home is described as a "magnificent princely abode in Southern Spain." Spanish grandees are expected to host hunts for the prince on their estates. There will also be a series of balls, where the prince will the guest of honor, and the younger members of the Spanish royal family, including the Prince of the Asturias, Don Jaime and the Infantas Beatriz and Cristina, will attend.
However, due to King Alfonso's "puzzling malady", there will be little entertaining in Madrid.
The New York Times reports, however, that the Prince of Wales will "witness the religious ceremonies of Holy Week."