Royals Queen Letizia and Her Lookalike Daughters Step Out for Royal Family Dinner in Majorca By Caris Davis Updated on December 19, 2019 08:06 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Europa Press/Getty Images Even royals need a fun-filled family vacation! Three generations of Spanish royals stepped out for a casual family dinner over the weekend during a getaway on the island of Majorca. Ten-year-old heir apparent Princesses Leonor and her younger sister Sofia, 9, took a stylish cue from mom Queen Letizia in fashionable flats and chic summer outfits as they joined the adults for an evening meal at Flaningan, one of Spain’s most popular Mediterranean restaurants. The royal mom of two stunned in a sparkly black top and flowing black pants. • Want to keep up with the latest royals coverage? Click here to subscribe to the Royals Newsletter. The princesses’ grandfather, King Juan Carlos, 78, flew in from Peru to join his wife Queen Sofia, 77, after completing his official duties as monarch emeritus in South America. The royal is a longtime fan of the venue, which overlooks an exclusive marina on the outskirts of the island’s capital Palma. The royal party reportedly enjoyed a variety of meat dishes and the $45 house specialty – “Paleo” lobster with potatoes and eggs – according to local outlet, Monarquia Confidencial. For King Felipe, 48, it was a well-deserved break with his family after his efforts to broker a coalition government to rule the country following a series of indecisive elections. The party also included Felipe’s sister, the Infanta Elena. The Duchess of Lugo, 52, (as she is also known) arrived with her teenage kids, Felipe, 18 and Victoria, 15. Tips for Surviving the Great Kate Drought Noticeably absent from the dinner was the king’s other sister, Princess Cristina, 51, who has been spending time in Majorca for quite a different reason. In a courthouse closer to the center of the Balearic island’s capital, Princess Cristina is currently the defendant in criminal proceedings on fraud charges. She faces a prison sentence of more than five years if found guilty. The princess has pleaded her innocence and her trial judges are currently considering their verdict.