Queen Letizia attend opening of Zurbaran exhibition in Dusseldorf

On October 9, 2015, Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Dusseldorf (Germany). Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf, Germany. The exhibition is open until on January 31, 2016. (Francisco de Zurbaran, major painter of the Spanish Baroque who is especially noted for religious subjects.)
Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Dusseldorf (Germany). Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Dusseldorf (Germany). Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Dusseldorf (Germany). Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Dusseldorf (Germany). Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
 Queen Letizia with Hannelore Kraft and museum director Beat Wismer and mayor Thomas Geisel attends the opening of exhibition "Zurbaran" at Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf
Queen Letizia Style HUGO BOSS Capina CapeQueen Letizia Style HUGO BOSS Sleeved Dress
                        HUGO BOSS Capina Cape                              HUGO BOSS Sleeved Dress
Queen Letizia Style HUGO BOSS Bespoke HandbagQueen Letizia Style PRADA Saffiano Pumps
                   HUGO BOSS Bespoke Handbag                              PRADA Saffiano Pumps

31 comments:

  1. A very active queen

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  2. magnifique Reine

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  3. Just fab! This is how to look elegant while in your mourning blacks. The cape adds an haute couture look to the outfit. 10 out of 10 for that beautiful smile. Viva la Reina!

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  4. Wow! Love the coat and the fact that she wore the dress before, Well done! She can, however, gain some pounds...

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  5. Beautiful. Bravo Letizia. 10/10 this time.

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  6. Élégante et belle Letizia, continue de promouvoir l'art et la culture espagnole en Europe. Bravo!

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    1. May I ask you to translate your wonderful comment, élégante young lady?

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    2. how egnorend = everyone & his language is more than OK - why not use the google transaltion

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    3. Why not speak English if you can? I will start speaking Chinese and then fight with people but they won't understand me.

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  7. Bravo! This is a Queen!

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  8. Very nice and savvy, wearing a German label -often favored by her- for the event.

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  9. Finally some jewelery! I really like her earrings. But her arms.. She looks like a bodybuilder again. The pictures with that coat are so much better.

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  10. Tiesa y artificial, incluso cuando sonríe.

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    1. Why would she be tense? The crowd to see her was quite large and receptive. The fellow in the pink tie seems enchanted. The other hosts are cordial. Try something new. She cannot be a permanent basket case.
      About her work: She is probably very familiar with the artist who was a contemporary of Velazquez. see wiki. It was also mention that hubby is the patron of this event which is probably why the walls are painted in the color of his standard...and she is there to represent him since he had another engagement. So much to be learned from a few pictures if you have an open mind.

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    2. Anonymus 21:13
      Siento muchísimo estar en desacuerdo con usted sobre Letizia , a la que sigo viendo tiesa, distante, artificial y un punto soberbia: es mi opinión.
      Respecto a los pintores del Barroco español Velázquez, Zurbarán y Murillo y otros, me precio de apreciarlos porque los conozco a todos. Es sin duda la mejor época de la cultura española.

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    3. The camera tells a different story. She has to be comfortable among these people. With the exception of her marido she has dated/married/had friendships or surrounded herself with creative people - writers, musicians, etc. -

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    4. All she seems to do is "Strike a Pose" with her ridiculous posture and fake smile. She's such an arrogant and cold person

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    5. Perhaps she should give up engagements entirely. Life has a way of evening things out. The universe will find a way to compensate you for this relentless hectoring. Everyone has good and poor qualities. Only maleducados focus on the latter. Viva Letizia!

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  11. Très bel ensemble pour la reine Leitizia; dommage il ne lui manque que les gants. D'un autre côté elle s'est enfin décidée à porter des bijoux.
    Reine assez active

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    1. Maude, vous vous trompez si vous pensez que le code vestimentaire d'un pays est valable pour un autre. En Espagne, personne ne porte des gants, aucune dame et la reine, aussi pas.
      Quant aux bijoux, regardez bien, Letizia porte toujours des BO, TOUJOURS.
      Amicalement.

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    2. Merci Angie pour l'information sur les gants
      Pour les BO elle en porte réguliérement maintenant; ce qui n'a pas toujours été le cas.

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    3. Reine très active, je ris sous cape

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  12. Everytime I see her, I love her style more and more! Love this cape and dress, queen from head to toe!

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  13. elle est magnifique

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  14. Julia Garcia RochOct 11, 2015, 6:21:00 PM

    Elegant and regal. I do not understand why some criticize Queen Letizia. To "Anonymous" at 25:37 your comments are full of envy to your Queen that always represents Spain as a modern and regal queen. Y por favor aprenda de Arte, España a dado muchos maestros del Arte Universal, entre ellos, Goya, Picasso, Miró y Dalí. ¡Qué ignorancia!

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  15. Para Julia. com.18:21
    Para ignorancia la suya que no sabe escribir HA DADO ( con "h"!!). Por supuesto que esos pintores que usted cita son cumbres de la pintura universal, pero yo me quedo con los clásicos del Barroco.Algún problema con ello?
    Sobre la reina Letizia, las opiniones son libres, ¿ o no estamos en Democracia?
    Ah! me olvidaba que aquí sólo se pueden hacer comentarios positivos sobre ella, porque si no te caen todos encima.!Qué demócratas y plurales son algunos foreros!

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  16. Loved the ensemble, until the coat came off.

    It may just be me, but I have never found the physiques of bodybuilders attractive - no offence intended.

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  17. even too thin - she is the most beautiful queen in europe

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