Queen Letizia and King Felipe visit the Universidad Nacional (UNAM)

Queen Letizia and King Felipe visit Mexico-2nd Day: King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia sign an agreement of the implementation of the Spanish Teaching System for Foreigners during a visit to the Universidad Nacional (UNAM) at UNAM's Simon Bolivar Amphiteatre on June 30, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico.
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
 King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia, Rector of University of Salamanca Daniel Hernandez Ruiperez, Rector of UNAM Jose Narro and Director of Cervantes Institute Victor Garcia
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia met with members of the Spanish Community at Hospital Espanol
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia met with members of the Spanish Community at Hospital Espanol on June 30, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico.
Queen Letizia Style UTERQUE Clutch Bags
UTERQUE Clutch Bags

9 comments:

  1. That is such an awesome outfit, I also love that the color is more of a garnet color instead a bright red. She is just fabulous :) B

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  2. I think this is my favorite outfit from this trip. I love it. I really like that shade of burnt-red, it looks great on her.

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    1. ooh, there is now a close-up of her clutch available. More in love with the outfit!!! That clutch is gorgeous, love the detail.

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  3. She looks so young here....love her outfit too

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  4. Her eyebrows are a bit different, not bushy like they used to be. Look good! That is why she looks young and fresh.

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  5. Gorgeous colour, but looking skeletal.

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  6. Yes ! This look is perfect .well done Letizia

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  7. Stunning beauty... She looks great in burgundy/red, and I love how she uses the shorter hair style in so many different ways. Can imagine that they are also doing good civic works on their trip!

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  8. Felipe gorgeous as always, but a solid NO to that pink tie.

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