Late on Monday, King Charles III of England brought King Felipe VI of Spain over to Clarence House.
The audience took place in the Morning Room of Clarence House in London and was attended by King Charles III, who was 74 years old. King Felipe was also present.
After some time had passed, the Buckingham Palace posted a photo of two monarchs to their Twitter account with the caption, “This afternoon, the King of Spain visited His Majesty the King at Clarence House.”
The most recent meeting between King Charles and the Spanish king has inspired a new discussion on the internet, which asks, “How tall are King Felipe of Spain and King Charles?”
On the official website of Guinness World Records, King Felipe VI of Spain is listed as having a height of 1.97 metres (6 feet, 5.52 inches).
While King Charles stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m), The 54-year-old King Felipe VI of Spain is in the United Kingdom right now to celebrate the 135th anniversary of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom.