The rendering of accounts for the 2021 financial year of the House of H.M. the King also accounts for the institutional gifts that the King and Queen received that year. In total, last year there were 307.

This list of gifts has been offered since January 1, 2015, following Felipe VI’s decision to promote the “Gift Regulations for members of the Royal Family”. The destination of all gifts is National Heritage.

The distribution of gifts (including many books) in 2020 was as follows:

– His Majesty the King: 170

– Her Majesty the Queen: 73

– Their Majesties the Kings: 40

– Her Majesty the Queen and Her Royal Highnesses the Princess of Asturias and the Infanta Doña Sofía: 2

– Her Royal Highness the Princess of Asturias: 3

– Their Royal Highnesses the Princess of Asturias and the Infanta Doña Sofía: 11

– Her Majesty Queen Sofia: 3

Among the details we highlight: a miniature beret, many paintings of traditional paintings such as the one received by the president of the Court of Great Instance of Mali; a traditional sword, a gift from the Algerian Republic; a strawberry tree and a kit to care for her, from Cáritas; Most of those present are books, although in the case of the King there are also cufflinks, a jug, a hat, a cap, a pin, jars, vases and even a mask that the Army gave him. There is also a tea set, a salad bowl, an Atlético de Madrid shirt and a model of a drone. In the case of the Queen, there are bracelets, scarves, a set of earrings, figures and serigraphs, three masks, two t-shirts, a mug and a notebook for the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Faculty of Information Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid, several tablecloths and hats.

You can check the complete list here.