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Spain's Princess Cristina, daughter of King Juan Carlos, was charged on Wednesday with involvement in a corruption case against her husband, and ordered to testify before a judge in an unprecedented court order against a member of the royal family.
Judge Jose Castro wrote in his order there was evidence the princess cooperated with her husband, Inaki Urdangarin, who has been accused of embezzling 6 million euros in public funds and tax fraud when he headed a charitable foundation.
The Royal Palace declined to comment. Urdangarin has denied any wrongdoing. Cristina was due to appear in court on April 27.