1. Attending the Military school of Saragossa;
2. Attending the Aviation school of San Javier (Murcia), in 1958, where he attended his studies of official of the Air Force;
3. Practicing sport.
4. H.M. as a student, with his companions of Law, in the Complutense University;
5. engagement and commitment with Doña Sofía;
6. Feeding the Infantes, next to Queen Sofía.
7. christening of Don Felipe in 1968;
8. practicing Karate at La Zarzuela;
9. the day of the comunión of Infanta Elena.
I don't think so, because she could go to Greece as Queen of Spain. :)
Yes, that was the case that whenever Sofia visted Greece, her passport said that she was a citizen of Spain, though she was born in Greece.
Also, I think Sofia was in a different position than her brother and sister-in-law and their young family in that she wasn't part of the military or political coup that outsted the royal family from the nation. Sofia was by then living in Spain and far removed from the political ties, the only connection between her family members.