Originally Posted by Mari_*
Thanks for your replies girls
I've also read that the Prince's house has snipers all over the place. Is that true?
The House of the Princes is inside the enclosure of the Zarzuela, both residences are surrounded by a great extension of mount, and the whole closed and monitored; so in the own building probably the snipers are not necessary. But in the whole enclosure there are forts safety measurements.
The same thing that has commented Sofia, in Palma, happens with the Prizes Prince of Asturias . The hotel where the members of the Royal Family, the winning ones and the guests lodge, they are surrounded with police, streets are closed, accesses are controlled, all the contiguous buildings are crossed ... and also there are snipers.
I imagine that in every act, or in every situation they adopt the safety measurements that they believe necessary.
Really to be a public personage has advantages and incovenientes, live like that must not be easy, especially when there are children.