The Royal Household in Spain is looking at the possibility of further limiting the size of the Royal Family. This has been confirmed to the Spanish newspaper, ABC.
The first reports of a change surfaced about a decade ago, and raised the possibility that when the Prince of Asturias married and had children, the Palace would reduce the official activities of the Prince's two sisters, Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina. The two Infantas would be in a similar position as King Juan Carlos' two sisters, Infanta Pilar and Infanta Margarita, who are considered members of the King's family, but are not members of the Royal Family.
Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina do not receive state support for their official duties. But Zarzuela Palace has acknowledged that there are no plans to change the current structure of the Royal Family.