Queen Letizia attend the opening of the Music School Summer Courses

Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner' on July 16, 2015 in Oviedo,Spain.
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
 Queen Letizia of Spain inaugurates the summer courses of 'International School of Music' of Princesa de Asturias Foundation
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
 Queen Letizia of Spain inaugurates the summer courses of 'International School of Music' of Princesa de Asturias Foundation
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening of the summer courses of the International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation at Conservatory of Music 'Eduardo Martínez Torner
International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation
International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation
International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation
International School of Music of the Prince of Asturias Foundation
Queen Letizia Style; HUGO BOSS Dress,  CUCARELIQUIA Culutch, PRADA PumpsQueen Letizia Style; CUCARELIQUIA Culutch, HUGO BOSS Dress, PRADA PumpsQueen Letizia Style; PRADA Pumps, HUGO BOSS Dress, CUCARELIQUIA Culutch
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15 comments:

  1. The expressions on the faces of the three men in the first photo are precious!
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    1. Now you know why Letizia dresses the way she does. And in all the above photos she is the only one with totally bare arms.

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    2. Taking a look at the rearview. Priceless!

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  2. Monochromatic look is best. Just need a pearl necklace to soften the silhouette.

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  3. This is the ninth time in 2 years that she wears this dress,in autumn,in winter,in spring and summer...I don't know why but this dress scares me...

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  4. Queen Letizia is beautiful. The colors of this dress and all about this dress is not at all what we are used of her choices to appear as a fragil fairy. This appearance is close to the bad fairy of rose but.

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  5. Since 2008 she has done so many plastic surgeries to her face and body with constant use of botox and filler treatment. She looks so different now which makes me wonder if she's the same person King Felipe married 11 years ago.

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    1. Copy and paste the following into your browser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOeFpqIK23s Your answer is at 2:02. Or at least his opinion of her looks.

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  6. She is not beautiful i think but she manages to dress nicely and sophisticated. I think being stylish doesn't have to be Tony Burch or Valentino dresses all the time.

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  7. Why she's the one representing her daughter Princess Leonor?why not taking her daughter with her?or as usual she wants all the attention for herself only?

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  8. King Felipe and Queen Letizia are real parents. They don´t hide behind their children. They work for their country , but their children do not have to do that , even the child of a barber should not have to work at the store.

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  9. As Princess of Asturias and future Queen of Spain,Leonor should start to accompany her mother to events holding her name.She must be used to the public eye since very young age as does Estelle of Sweden. It is very sad to see how Letizia is so overprotective and control freak with her daughters,she doesn't let them ski in winter or even take sailing classes with their cousins in Mallorca in summer as it is the tradition in the Spanish Royal family. Or maybe she's betting the monarchy won't last long in Spain.

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    1. I think everyone should take their own decision. King Willem-Alexander and queen Maxima do not let their childeren in the public eye. I think every child has the right for a normal childhood. When they are 18 they must be representive. Not too much before that time!

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  10. Their father has said that he did not want them to have the same childhood that he did so HE makes the decisions. In the last appearance he controlled the when, and where, and the topic of conversation.

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