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Inside court where Spain's Princess Cristina will appear

7 February 2014 Last updated at 16:03 GMT

For the first time in Spanish history, a member of the royal family will appear in court on Saturday to be questioned in a major corruption scandal.

Princess Cristina, youngest daughter of King Juan Carlos, is being investigated in a long-running and highly publicised case that has damaged the king's image and raised questions about the future of the royal family.

The BBC's Tom Burridge has been to take a look around the court in Mallorca where a magistrate will question the princess.

She has not been charged, and her lawyer has insisted she is innocent.

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