It hasn't been an easy twelve months for the King of Spain's youngest daughter Cristina.
She and her husband Iñaki Urdangarin are facing allegations they embezzled €6 million from non-profit sports institute Noos.
With Cristina's involvement in her husband's business practises being called into question, journalists and tax authorities are scouring through their company books to see if they find anything incriminating.
Judge Castro may argue there still isn't any proof Cristina was aware of what was going on. But El País and El Mundo have recently published a list of products and experiences the Dukes of Palma bought with public and private funds allegedly siphoned off from Noos into their letterbox consultancy firm Aizoon.