Spain's Queen Letizia and King Felipe visit San Sebastian

King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum on June 17, 2016 in San Sebastian, Spain. The exhibition is one of the events organised as part of the 'Peace Treaty' project that comprises exhibitions, conferences and other events about the representation of peace in the history of art, culture and law. The program runs within the scope of the San Sebastian European Capital of Culture 2016 schedule.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes
King Felipe and Queen Letizia attend the inauguration of the exhibition 'Peace Treaty' at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, hugo boss, clutch, dress, magrit shoes

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful Queen Letizia on the second picture!

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  2. Letizia looks like Rania now...

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  3. Très belle la reine Letizia. Très jolie la veste, le chignon, le haut, les BO ... Perfection

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  4. Look how much better long pants are on her. Just hope she soon realises that too.

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  5. She looks lovely! Love those earrings

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  6. And exactly today I have to say that the earrings look a little bit like christmas-tree decoration, sorry. Otherwise: impecable. I bet he wants to hit a tapas bar in St. Sebastian with her fianlly. Now, in June and at the Cote Basque: just beautiful days and nights!!!

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  7. Loving those earrings and the hair! Can't knock the outfit either, navy and white always looks smart, and I have to say it - decent length pant too!

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  8. What's not to love about the whole look !

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  9. She often steps like a soldier :/

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  10. Too skinny I'm afraid. No female shape.Her daughters have more normal waists than she has and with this adorable face it's a pity. This is not a role model for young women.

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    1. Vous n'êtes pas un exemple de bonne éducation ni respect. La Reine Letizia est 100% féminine et très belle. Il y a d'autres dames royales qui sont aussi mince qu'elle et
      beaucoup moins travailleuses et engagées...Tel est le véritable rôle d'une Reine.

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  11. I think she is beautiful and with class and also,this couple can really work.No other royalties can compare whit these.

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  12. leti has the best posture among royal ladies, duchess kate need to get some training, all that slouching makes her look aged!!!

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