King Felipe and Queen Letizia held a lunch for Princess Muna

Yesterday, on May 25, 2017, King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain held a lunch at Zarzuela Palace for Princess Muna Al Hüseyin of Jordan (mother of King Abdullah II of Jordan) who is making a private visit to Spain.
Queen Letizia met with Princess Muna Al Hussein. Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Rizalia Flare skirt and carried Uterque bag
Queen Letizia met with Princess Muna Al Hussein. Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Rizalia Flare skirt and carried Uterque bag
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Rizalia Flare skirt
Hugo Boss Rizalia Flare Skirt
Queen letizia carried Uterque bag
Uterque Bag

9 comments:

  1. These skirts are the worst. Huge pleats, makes a person look huge. Only Letizia can pull this off because she is so slender. Others I have seen in these kinds of skirts, such as Princess Beatrice of York, just need to dispose of these horrible skirts. Terrible for the figure.

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  2. Oups ! J'ai cru que c'était l'infante Leonor.

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  3. Sorry, but i really do not like this outfit. It looks like a ballet outfit and not at all elegant.

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  4. No more pleats Letizia. Not a good look.

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  5. Encantadora Letizia. Ella puede permitirse vestir ropas que a otras les sentaría como un tiro.
    Me ha sido difícil reconocer a la princesa Muna

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  6. Looks like a rather 'childish' outfit. Something you would dress your teenage daughter in.
    Mimi#1

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  7. Skirt is too short and I am not a fan of sleeveless tops at formal functions.

    Sleeveless tops are when relaxing privately, but formally a cap sleeve looks elegant and well dressed and at the same time the person wearing the cap sleeve is just as cool in hot weather as someone wearing a sleeveless top.

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  8. It's a rather juvenile look and the colour combination is blah. It looks a bit better with the long-sleeved top.

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