Spain's Princess Cristina, King Felipe's sister, has been found not guilty of the criminal charges she was accused of but has been ordered to pay €265,000 in civil liability damages in the Nóos corruption case, Spanish media reported on Friday.

The Princess's husband—and the King's brother-in-law—Iñaki Urdangarin, has been sentenced to six years and three months in prison and a €512,000 fine for abuse of authority, misuse of public funds, administrative fraud, influence peddling, and two counts of tax fraud.

He was found not guilty on other counts of several further fraud crimes.