Spain has fined Belgium's Prince Joachim for breaking quarantine rules last month.
The 28-year-old prince, who is tenth in line to the Belgian throne, traveled to southern Spain on May 24 for an internship.
He then contracted the new coronavirus after attending a party there just a few days later.
He's now been penalized for failing to quarantine himself for 14 days on arrival, a requirement for anyone entering the country.
He admitted breaching the rules and has 15 days to respond to the fine of 10,400 euros - that's almost 12,000 dollars.
Spanish authorities are now investigating the party - held in the city of Cordoba - which a local newspaper reported was attended by 27 people.
Lockdown rules in the city capped gatherings at a maximum of 15 people.
The prince's lawyer could not immediately be reached for comment.
An official said the prince is now quarantined in Spain.