Queen Letizia attends Rare Diseases Day 2017 Events

Queen Letizia of Spain attended the Rare Diseases official day event at El Prado Museum on March 2, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients' lives.
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Pantsuit, Magrit Pumps at Rare Diseases Day Events at El Prado Museum
Queen Letizia wore Magrit Pumps
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Kamalia Pantsuit
Hugo Boss Kamalia Pantsuit

7 comments:

  1. Pure, simple and chic. Much better than that silly little dress from yesterday.

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  2. Very nice. Simple and elegant.

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  3. Horrid and the shoes look dreadful!

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    1. Agree! this suit does not look good at all, pants too tight and too short, ugly cut of the jacket, ugly shoes, that don't go with this suit and don't even seem to fit her foot. This is not one of the best looks of Letizia.

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  4. Sencilla, cómoda y correcta, como siempre. Una reina trabajadora y comprometida al máximo. Este traje huele a primavera... Youpi.

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