The Washington Post reports today (based on an article in the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo) that Infanta Cristina of Spain and her family will be moving to a home in Bethesda, Maryland. They chose Bethesda over a posh neighborhood because their four children will attend the Lycée Rochambeau. The French international school, which is favored by French-speaking diplomats, is located in upscale Bethesda.
Cristina's husband, Iñaki Urdangarin, has been transferred to Telefonica's Washington, D.C., office. Telfonica is a Spanish communication company.
The family will arrive in August, and is expected to live here for two years.