Queen Letizia attends a meeting with the Spanish Red Cross

Queen Letizia of Spain attends a meeting with the Spanish Red Cross on April 7, 2015 in Madrid, Spain.
Queen Letizia Attends A Meeting With The Spanish Red Cross in Madrid
Queen Letizia Attends A Meeting With The Spanish Red Cross in Madrid
: Queen Letizia of Spain (C) arrives to a meeting with The Spanish Red Cross in Madrid
Queen Letizia Attends A Meeting With The Spanish Red Cross in Madrid
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a meeting with the Spanish Red Cross in Madrid

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  1. Spain's women are well-known for their beauty and they are definitely among the best-dressed and most stylish women worldwide. Spain not only has the two big labels Mango and Zara but also has a lot of wonderful and excellent designers, such as Lorenzo Caprile, Adolfo Dominguez, Amay Arzuagra and many more. Furthermore, Spain is leading in leather goods and is internationally renowned for its exquisite products. So it's hard to understand why the new Spanish Queen, Dona Letizia, is mainly wearing and supporting the German label Hugo Boss (apart from Felipe Varela). I would expect from a Queen more sensitivity, respect and support for the needs of the country she is representing, especially in these difficult times.

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  2. She looks radiant in Hugo Boss, don't be so jealous Edith Isabel, queen letizia supports the Spanish fashion a lot, but that doesn't mean she has to wear only spanish brands! Anyway she looks really elegant and very appropriate for this event

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    1. Criticism doesn't always come from jealousy.

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  3. I think the same, this woman is just jealous of Queen Letizia, who by the way, wears most of the time spanish fashion such as Varela, Zara, Mango, etc. Don't know why she has to wear spanish brands all the time, none of the other royals do.
    Edith Isabel : Jealousy gets you nowhere

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