King Felipe and Queen Letizia visit Castile–La Mancha

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes to commemorate the fourth centenary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes on May 18, 2016 in Villanueva de los Infantes (Ciudad Real), Castile–La Mancha, Spain.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia visits City Hall and House of Culture of Villanueva de los Infantes. Queen Letizia wore Zara Coat and Magrit Sandals.
Queen Letizia wore UTERQUE Cocoon Jacket
UTERQUE Cocoon Jacket
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti Trousers
MASSIMO DUTTI Trousers
Queen Letizia wore MAGRIT ShoesQueen Letizia style Uterque snakeskin clutch (Summer 2013 collection)
                                      MAGRIT Shoes                                   UTERQUE Snakeskin Clutch

15 comments:

  1. Aahhh Letizia you are to short to wear cropped pants.

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    1. What do you think it'sthe minimum height required to wear cropped pants, or pantalones tobilleros as we call them in Spain?

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    2. I would say the minimum is 170 cm.

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    3. But if those pants were "skinny/slim" (I don't know how you call them), not wide, it would be ok for Letizia.

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    4. Sakurahime these pants are only for the long legged and yes over 1, 7 at least. Can't even use them my self. People with short legs will only seam shorter in this as we can see here(this has not only to do with heights, but if you have short or long legs too). This is the first commandment in the fashion bibel. Had this gone down on her shoes...fantastic! She would have looked tall and majestic.

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  2. She rocks it in a pair of Magrits ! Can't quite say the same about the pants !

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  3. Is Letizia short, or does she look short against a very tall Spanish Royal Family?

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    2. Rainia is 1,67..do the mat.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/11/19/16/2E9A9E8100000578-3325591-image-a-8_1447948859625.jpg

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    3. Letizia has a normal stature, but her husband has 1.98 m. Everyone seems short beside him.

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    4. She is short and the pants make her look even shorter. Not a wise fashion choice. I have read that she's 160, Felipe 190, Sofia 176, Juan Carlos 185 cm. These numbers don't make sense to me but I believe she is very short, especially comparing to her husband. But it is known that Scandianvians are tall and Meditearraneans short.

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    5. She's 170 cm. So definitely not short. In any case, yes, the rest of the Spanish Royal Family is very tall in comparison. And yes, the AVERAGE height of Mediterranean people is less than that of Scandinavian people, but I have seen are very tall Spaniards and very short Swedish. It is very wrong to asume she is short, just because she is from Spain.

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    6. How can Letizia be 1,70 when she is shorter than Rainia with higher heels, and we know Rainia is 1,67 or you could compare height with Mathilde who is 1,75 and then say she is "only" 5 cm shorter here and what it looks like a bit higher heel, they must have very looong cm in Spain...http://www.europeanroyaltyandnobility.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/%C2%A9RPE_9913.jpg

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    7. My intention was not to insult anyone, talking about majorities is not an insult for exceptions. I believe she is short but height is not standrad for beauty. Just standard for picking clothes, that's all. Letizia is definitely shorter than Maxima, Kate etc but what they all have in common is their specific style.

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  4. Jolie, souriante et affectueuse avec son peuple. Letizia est une magnifique reine du XXIe siècle.

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