Spain's royals took part in a low key photo call this summer in Mallorca
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It was low key, understated and touched by politics - pretty much like their whole year so far. Spain's Royal Family have taken part in their traditional summer pose in but while other August evenings have been filled with chatter, this was all about a quiet sit down in the park.
King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia smiled for the cameras as their summer home at the Marivent Palace.
Just like last year, this pose was focused on a little sit down but while Spain's royals got cosy on a wall in 2015, this year they picked a bench where they gathered for the traditional photo call.
This was an image of togetherness for a royal house that has had its fair share of problems in recent times. Just like the photos of Felipe with his parents and sister last week and of the whole family, bar Cristina, earlier in the week, these images are all about the happy side of a house still facing turbulence.
King Felipe of Spain has had a busy start to his annual break at the Marivent Palace. As well as the usual audiences for local politicians and dignitaries, he's also been needed in Madrid where talks continue to try and form a government, weeks after the second set of general elections which were needed following months of stalemate following the ballot in December.
As he posed with his family, Felipe was asked about whether a resolution was close but the King of Spain batted the question away for another day. This was about summer.
In the meantime, there is another set of photos to add to the Marivent Summer Album and 2016 will go down as the quietest year there for some time.