MADRID — Spain’s Crown Princess Letizia has a penchant for haute couture. Queen Elizabeth II’s Bentleys are spotless. Belgium’s King Albert II maintains a sumptuous villa in the south of France. But believe it or not, many of Europe’s royals are feeling a pinch of the austerity sweeping the continent as it deals with its debt crisis.

Here is a look at how austerity is making its mark in European countries that still have royal families.

Juan Carlos’s salary this year will be reduced to about (euro) 272,000 ($334,000) and that of his only son, Crown Prince Felipe, to (euro) 131,000 ($160,000).

The Spanish royal budget is relatively small compared to those of other countries — (euro) 8.26 million, and now down to (euro) 8.16 million with the king’s gesture. Even the original figure was down 2 percent from 2011.

The king acted voluntarily, and in the cuts he included Felipe, Queen Sofia, Crown Princess Letizia and his daughters, princesses Elena and Cristina.

The female royals do not get a salary per se. But the pool of money available for their expenses is being trimmed, also by about 7 percent, to (euro) 292,625.

In recent years Queen Elizabeth, long known as one of the world’s richest women, has opened some parts of Buckingham Palace to tourists, raising money on admission tickets. Palace officials say they have met targets that called for a 25 percent cut in real terms in the use of public expenditures to support the monarchy.

Buckingham Palace officials say the queen has cut her use of public funds to stay in line with wide-ranging budget cuts announced by the government.

Official accounts showed British taxpayers spent 32.1 million pounds ($49.5 million) supporting the monarchy in 2011, 5.3 percent less than the previous year. Much of the saving came from cutting the maintenance bill of royal residences from 15.4 million pounds ($23.8 million) to 11.9 million pounds ($18.4 million).

Dutch Queen Beatrix, who lives in a state-owned palace in a forest on the edge of The Hague, is paid a salary of (euro) 829,000 a year and also receives (euro) 4,314,000 for “personal and material” expenses.

The budget for Queen Beatrix, Crown Prince Willem Alexander and his wife Princess Maxima was cut in 2011 by (euro) 422,000 to (euro) 39.2 million, according to the latest figures on the Royal House website.

Most of those savings came in the form of cuts to the royals’ private travel expenses. Also, the queen forked over (euro) 163,000 from her own pocket for maintenance on her private yacht.

King Albert II pledged to use part of his salary to help pay for the upkeep on his properties.

He made a rare public statement in January saying he wanted to freeze the (euro) 10.8 million ($13.8 million) he gets from the state.

He intends to use an automatic 2012 salary inflation adjustment of some 3 percent — or roughly (euro) 350,000 ($446,000) — to help pay for some property maintenance.

The amount may be relatively small, but even such a symbolic concession could help ease the pressure on the royal family, which increased when it became clear the Belgian constitution forces the government to pay out the inflation adjustment under any circumstance.