Scandal in the royal family of Spain. Queen Letizia had an extramarital affair with her former brother-in-law
A scandal has erupted in the Spanish media in recent hours. Queen Letizia Ortiz may have been in a premarital affair with her brother-in-law, which is believed to have continued after the marriage.
Her ex-brother-in-law, sister's husband Jaime dek Burgo has posted a selfie photo of the time when Letizia was pregnant. The photo was taken in the toilet of a bar and Jaime posted the words of the message with which Letizia accompanied the photo she sent him.
"Love. I am wearing your scarf. It's like having you by my side. He takes care of me. He protects me. I'm counting the hours until we see each other again. I love you. I want to get out of here."
This is the message written by Jaime del Burgo on Twitter accompanying a photo of Queen Letizia. The post, shared two days ago, was deleted soon after.
Details about the secret love story
A book also writes about this secret history. Their story would have four stages: from 2002 to 2004 it was a passionate relationship, from 2004 to 2010 they pretended to be 'friends' before resuming their love story, 'more stable and continuous' between 2010 and 2011 They then became 'brother-in-law' in 2012 when he married the queen's sister, Telma Ortiz.
The book states that in 2004 del Burgo did not know that Letizia Ortiz was already engaged to Prince Felipe. He invited her to dinner to ask her to marry him: "He had an engagement ring in his pocket, but he couldn't give it to her, since apparently Letizia had told him that she had met a man who would completely change his life her: Felipe di Borbone e di Grecia".
The desire to run away, after her marriage to the prince
Jaime del Burgo tells further in the book how once the two of them, lying by the pool of his house, planned to leave Spain, for America.
He goes on to say that their story was discovered by the royal family and that they went to check his house, but he had hidden the phones and electronic devices where there was evidence of this relationship in a bank vault.