Queen Letizia attends World Food Day at Milan Expo 2015

Queen Letizia of Spain attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day at Italy's EXPO on October 16, 2015 in Milan, Italy.
ose Graziano da Silva, Director General of FAO, Queen Letizia of Spain and Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director World Food Programme attend the World Food Day - Expo 2015
The focus of the discussion during the World Food Day 2015, held today in Milan, was how to combat food waste in the world. Queen of Spain Letizia , ambassador of the FAO (United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture), was among the participants.
The focus of the discussion during the World Food Day 2015, held today in Milan, was how to combat food waste in the world. Queen of Spain Letizia , ambassador of the FAO (United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture), was among the participants
The focus of the discussion during the World Food Day 2015, held today in Milan, was how to combat food waste in the world. Queen of Spain Letizia , ambassador of the FAO (United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture), was among the participants
The focus of the discussion during the World Food Day 2015, held today in Milan, was how to combat food waste in the world. Queen of Spain Letizia , ambassador of the FAO (United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture), was among the participants
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia of Spain and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and General Director of the FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) Jose Graziano Da Silva attends the ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of FAO (UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation) the World Food Day
Queen Letizia Style NINA RICCI Tweed Swing Coat
NINA RICCI Tweed Swing Coat
Queen Letizia Style TOUS Beethoven Earrings
                             LODI Sara Rodas Shoes                                  TOUS Beethoven Earrings

37 comments:

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    1. Maxima invented draping the coat? QEII, Princess Anne etc. Have not done this? Diagnosing others by looking at pictures is not an accepted form of medicine. Empty headed comments. This woman will outclass her detractors every day of the week.

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    2. Amen!!! Stunning, intelligent, dedicated, simply amazing!!!

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    3. Many people wear this way coats or sweaters in Europe. It is very elegant, very stylish.
      The only thing is you have to know when to do it.

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  2. Elegant and exquisite as always. Love the entire outfit

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  3. Elegant and exquisite as always, love her outfit and red is definitely her color.

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  4. I don't like either the way she is wearing her coat. It's no elegant , someone has to tell her that .......

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  5. Queen Letizia is a real nice lady and is always wearing nice clothes at the good moment. I don't like your word norexic. Maybe you are jealous because she has a good figure.

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  6. Again and again empty and foolish comments.Would people say so openly if she were overweight? I don't think so, but it's sort of bullying anyway. She looks stunning, so elegant! She's that thin, perfect! She is healthy, focus on the important. She is the Royal who attends more public events, does this not matter?
    She is doing an excellent job. Remember Letizia is the queen of Spain, please more respect!

    F.B.
    17:00 Milan,ITALY

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    1. I wouldn't call her perfect. We may claim she is over/underwaight, but claiming someone is perfect and wanting others to think so is an ideology. If others have to be careful with words, then you should also.
      I would like to add this dress is beautiful, red suits her well, dress covers her shoulders, it is not too short ant it matches the shoes. The hairstyle is also very nice. I would like her to change her makeup sometimes.

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  7. A good week for Letizia. 40+ year old clothing choices to soothe the critics and events that will make a difference in the world, particularly to people who do not have enough to eat. Two bows to you Your Maj!

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  8. Letizia en rouge est toujours un choix gagnant.
    Belle et chic dans sa simplicité, sans chichis, elle s'acquitte de ses tâches de façon remarquable chaque jour.

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  9. Magnifique Reine Letizia qui est toujours vêtue élégamment, certaine princesse devrait s'inspirer pour avoir l'allure et la classe de cette personne qui fait honneur à son pays

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  10. Viva la libertad de opinión!
    El traje rojo hermoso, de largo perfecto y cubriendo sus brazos. El abrigo sobre los hombros, una perfecta inutilidad,no más, como cuando la visita a París.El peinado y maquillaje bastante buenos como es costumbre en ella. ( buen trabajo de peinadora y maquillista). Sin embargo la postura henchida, mostrando el busto XXL para una mujer de talla 36 ( ver la penúltima foto) resulta de un vulgarrrrr! Y que me dicen del pliegue bajo el cuello producto de sus cirujías? cada vez más evidente eso!

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  11. ¿No se cansa Ud. nunca? Da la impresión de que escruta Ud. con lupa todas las fotografías de la Reina para
    descubrir señales de presuntas cirugías, medir el tamaño de su busto y observar como coloca las piernas. Prácticamente cada día S.M asiste a un acto público; ¿quiere Ud.explicarnos como se las arregla para ocultar la hinchazón, los puntos, los morados y otras señales de las cirugías cosméticas, que tardan semanas
    en desaparecer? En cuanto al abrigo sobre los hombros, es habitual en los paises del sur de Europa
    llevarlo así en las mañanas soleadas de otoño y ponérselo abrochado en cuanto se nubla el cielo y baja la temperatura.

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    1. Muy atinado! Very well pointed!!

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    2. Y usted no se cansa de replicar a otros foreros que no piensan como Ud.?
      RESPETE LAS OPINIONES DE LOS DEMÁS IGUAL QUE YO RESPETO LA SUYA!

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  12. Lovely woman who knows the value of service to her country and does it with a smile. Switching languages to make the same corrosive comments directed at someone who cannot defend themselves. Pat yourself on the back.

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  13. She dresses very well and for god sake she will never look like a matron.

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  14. Has she chanced her hairdresser? Now that her hair are cut shorter, she has more different hairstyles that when her hair were longer.
    This updo looks also amazing and suits her face shape. Beautiful and elegant. Sad that her face looks so stiff.

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  15. No one is universally liked!

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    1. Finally someone realistic. Well said!

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  16. I love her entire outfit… and the way she wears the swing coat on a sunny day in Milan!

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  17. She is plastic surgery addicted. .. nose, breast, chin
    .. everything is fake.
    How can you consider her "naturally beauty?

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    1. Woman scorned??? How could Felipe choose her instead of me? Give it up.... She will have a page in the history books, fake bits or not. 'Simple' remarks will not make a 'ton' of difference.

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    2. Oh, et n'oubliez pas les genoux, les oreilles, le nombril et les orteils !!!
      Stultorum numerus infinitus est.

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    3. I agree. Same as Rania. The changes are visible if you look at the old photos. Someone once written: the older, the better, like fine vine. That is true, but vine gets better naurally.
      The good thing is her style gets better, she does not need a surgeon for that.

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    4. Agree with you Caterina, a woman that undergoes plastic surgery shows a low respect of herself and her image .
      I do appreciate those Queen that age naturally and gracefully .

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    5. there is nothing fake about leitizia, she is a hardworking woman, who had a career before marriage and is very popular around the world, so what if she did some plastic surgery, most women in the western world with money are all doing it,

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    6. I said nothing about her job. .. it is evident that she is a very hard working queen.
      But she isn't a natural beauty. That's what I said.

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    7. Most people around the world do not even know or care who she is, a few royal watchers maybe. The British royals now that is a different, people know who they are.

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    8. Anonymus you say she had surgeries and "there is nothing fake obut her". Come on, think before you write. And her look has nothing to do with her job.
      And ANGIE, you interrupt a discussion in English, write something in French and expect people to undertsand that. We know you speak English, WHAT are you trying to achieve? Please tell me, I'm curious.

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  18. I agree with you!!!

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  19. Letizia a-t-elle grossi de quatre kilos cette journée sur l'alimentation?
    Elle n'est pas maigre avec sa robe.

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  20. I wonder why when she was still a princess she dressed nothing like this. She was plain most of the time and even boring. Now that she is queen she upped her dressing style and always gorgeous. Is it because she has now a bigger budget to buy nice dresses and jewelries? I heard the future of the spanish monarchy is still not secure with many spanish people want it to be demolished. I hope as she is giving her all sartorially, she is also doing what she should to help the monarchy.

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  21. Queen leitizia of spain and princess charlene of monaco no how to work it, not those boring frumpy british snobs

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