According to official sources, the date of King Felipe VI's proclamation will now take place on June 19, although the date could again change. It depends on the passage of the organic law, which is required for the abdication.
There will not a Te Deum (religious service) to celebrate the accession of the new King, nor will there be any foreign guests (royals) at the swearing-in ceremony at the Cortes.
It is also not known if King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia or their two daughters, Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina, will be present at the proclamation ceremony.
Earlier today, "informed sources" said that King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia will not use any titles of the Crown after the abdication. "The King does not want to use any title," but how the king and queen will be styled will come in a published decree after the abdication. They may retain the title king and queen, but this has not been confirmed.
Casa Real sources also said in a press brief earlier today at Zarzuela Palace that Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia will "perform the functions assigned to them by Don Felipe in accordance with the Government."
Zarzuela has confirmed that King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia will travel to Belgium on August 4 to attend the commemoration of the centenary of the start of the first World War."
The new king and queen are also expected to visit other European monarchies. similar to the tours made by King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima and King Philippe and Queen Mathilde after they succeeded as the sovereigns.