February 22, 1913
According to Lady Manning, who writes for the Los Angeles Times, Queen Ena of Spain "will be seen neither in London nor Paris this spring or summer."
Ena, the wife of King Alfonso XIII, is about to have a "happy event," and the "little visitor will make his or her appearance" sometime in June.
The Spanish people are said to be overjoyed by the news. Due to the delicate condition of Infante Jaime, the "addition to the royal family will be welcomed all the more heartily."