King Felipe and Queen Letizia at New Year's Military Parade

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real on January 6, 2017 in Madrid, Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain attends the New Year's Military Parade at the Palacio Real. Felipe Varela, Magrit pumps, Tous Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia of Spain attends the New Year's Military Parade at the Palacio Real. Felipe Varela, Magrit pumps, Tous Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia of Spain attends the New Year's Military Parade at the Palacio Real. Felipe Varela, Magrit pumps, Tous Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia of Spain attends the New Year's Military Parade at the Palacio Real. Felipe Varela, Magrit pumps, Tous Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real
Queen Letizia of Spain attends the New Year's Military Parade at the Palacio Real. Felipe Varela, Magrit pumps, Tous Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real
Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Epiphany Day celebrations (Pascua Militar) at the Palacio Real

24 comments:

  1. Great outfit: the color,the style, the length. Just perfect.

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  2. I think this design is matronly for most. But Letizia is always exquisite so I like this look on her! And the color & length is great as Aliena said.

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    1. Yes! Obviously Letizia can wear everything.

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  3. I have missed seeing Letizia! Very elegant and the coordination of colour with her husband's uniform is a plus. And it was a pleasant surprise after scrolling past three photos to see that it is a long dress.

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  4. One of the best outfits she has had.

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  5. Queen Letizia's dress is gorgeous! I love the embellishment on the sides.

    He's only in one picture here of course, but I've seen a few photos elsewhere where King Felipe looks very dashing in his uniform.

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  6. King Sexy and Queen Elegant ;)

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  7. I think this is one of the best gowns she has worn. I love the color and style. Of course, she has an amazing figure which really helps no matter what she wears.

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  8. Beautiful hairdo! Her hairstylist is an artist!

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  9. This is the same dress she wore in 2015 for the same event.

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  10. what way to start the New Year! Letizia looks stunning. Her dress and hairdo is fabulous.Well the king is simply handsome :)

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  11. Leti and Charlene have the best posture unlike the UK one!!

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  12. Reminds me of an Elsa gown from Frozen. It's beautiful!

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  13. Hermosa, elegante y regia Letizia, como corresponde en una ceremonia solemne. El Rey Felipe es el summun de la majestad.

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  14. This is a good dress of Letizia's, I liked it the previous time (times maybe?) she wore it and now with this exquisite hair and the gorgeous earrings it's even better.
    I must say I prefer the lady on picture 6 to the right though. I love emerald green, the top is simple but very well matched and the large brooch on the neckline is a perfect addition. And her matching black gloves too.

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    1. I also like what that other woman is wearing. It's something we could all wear and look good in. Letizia's clothes, apart from being from name designers, look exceptional on her because of her body shape.
      And wouldn't we all make an extra effort if we knew we would be standing next to Letizia!!

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    2. The Lady in the green skirt is the Defence Minister Maria dolores de Cospedal.

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  15. Thank you for telling me that! That is very interesting as it's not a usual cabinet position for a woman. I looked it up and it's not the first time for Spain.

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