Thursday, April 23, 2009

Infanta Cristina and family to move to Washington

Infanta Cristina of Spain and her family will be moving to Washington, D.C., in the not-to-distant future, according to a report in the Latin American Herald Tribune.

The Infanta's husband, Don Inaki Urdangarin, is to head a unit of the Spanish telecommunications company, Telefonica.
Cristina, who is the second child of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia, and her husband, have four children: Juan, Pablo Nicolas, Miguel and Irene. Her brother, the Prince of the Asturias, received a degree from Georgetown University, so perhaps he can give her a few tips on life in Washington.

It is entirely possible that the family will settle in DC proper, but it is also likely that they could head to one of the surrounding 'burbs', such as Montgomery County, the City of Alexandria, VA, or Fairfax County, Virginia, which has the highest per capital income in the US.

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