King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia deliver 'La Caixa' Scholarship

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain attended 'La Caixa' Scholarship awards at Caixa Forum on June 10, 2016 in Madrid. Since 1982, the “la Caixa” Foundation has offered several fellowship programmes aimed at allowing Spanish students to undertake postgraduate studies in Spain and abroad. These scholarships are designed to give students the opportunity to gain a top master degree so that they can later contribute to the economic growth of their native country.
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia attend 'La Caixa' Scholarship ceremony. Queen Letizia style, wore,MBUBAG clutch, Hugo Boss leather dress, Magrit sandals, Tous, mango earrings
Queen Letizia Style HUGO BOSS Dress and ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ Sandals and MBU BAG
HUGO BOSS Dress
Queen Letizia Style ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ Sandals and HUGO BOSS Dress and MBU BAGQueen Letizia Style MBU BAG and ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ Sandals and HUGO BOSS Dress
                     ADOLFO DOMINGUEZ Sandals                                MBU BAG Clutch

5 comments:

  1. Now I know the king's sister, infanta Elena is not royal anymore, but I miss her a lot
    at public events, don't she get invited anymore, or is she n not allowed to accompany
    her brother and sister-in-law

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    1. I've felt rather sorry for her, she has been a great support to her parents. Felipe has had to make some drastic changes so that Spain might move ahead. I applaud many of them, lowering his income and others just one, but it does show that he cares about doing the right thing.

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  2. Perhaps you were refering about Infanta Cristina

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  3. Since Felipe ascended to the throne on 19 June 2014 following the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos I, the Spanish monarchy is represented by King Felipe VI, his wife Queen Letizia, and their daughters Leonor, Princess of Asturias, and Infanta Sofia.

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  4. Elena can be seen at the bullfights often with her daughter Victoria and her father Juan Carlos :( Cristina is persona non grata nowadays because of her implication in Noos and being on trial with her husband.

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