Queen Letizia Attends 'Famelab' 2017 in Madrid

Queen Letizia of Spain attended the final of the scientific monologues contest 'Famelab 2017' held at the National Museum of Science and Technology on May 24, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. Queen Letizia wore a white textured weave gilet from Massimo Dutti Spring/Summer 2017 Collection
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection and prada Pumps
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection and prada Pumps
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection and prada Pumps
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection and prada Pumps
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection and prada Pumps
Queen Letiza wore Massimo Dutti white textured weave gilet from 2017 Spring-Summer Collection
Massimo Dutti Textured weave Gilet - 2017 Spring/Summer Collection
Queen Letizia wore Prada Toe Pump - Queen Letizia Style
Prada Toe Pump

28 comments:

  1. Horrible top - it swamps her.

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  2. Beautifully groomed as always, but the outfit is dreadful. The too too large, and leggings on a Queen at an official function? Even in 2017 it doesn't seem quite right and I am pretty left winged.

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    1. Elle aime se déguiser.La pauvre. N'a pas beaucoup de distractions.

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    2. La pauvre! High-level State visits, gala dinners, important meetings with Heads of State and Government, artists, intellectuals, scientists, prominent personalities in the sphere of culture, politics, humanitarian actions… Yes, you got it! She has a very boring life.Sharp commentary.

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  3. A rare miss for her - huge bulky top yet no sleeves...very strange look.

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  5. She looks so much better in fitted clothes. This top is not flattering at all.

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  6. I see the look she was going for, but it just doesn't work on women as slender as Letizia. Way too big. Would look better on a curvier body type.

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    1. She's not slender, she's downright skinny

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  7. Her hair looks lovely as always.
    But, yikes, this oversized waistcoat looks ugly, like something borrowed from her husband. Plus those leggings. Not regal look at all.

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  8. Don't like the outfit at all.
    But I love it that she regularly attends this event. It is good to know that there are still young people interested in important things and not in trashy casting shows. Brava Letizia for giving them support and gaining them public interest.

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  9. Fabulous, trendy and chic, love this oversized top. I personally don't see a problem with the pants.

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  10. love it. perfect for this stylish smart intelligent queen.

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  11. Top is a bit pic fot the tiny figure

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  12. Encantadora y moderna la bella Letizia en el divertido concurso de jóvenes científicos. Todo el mundo pasa un rato alegre allí.

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  13. One of the worst outfits she has ever had.

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  14. The leggings according to DM are actually leather pants.

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  15. The "leggings" according to DM are leather pants

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    1. A otras le sobran 5 o 10, que es peor.

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  17. Very edgy. But maybe when she's off-duty and not at this sort of function.

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  18. She looks like she's being eaten by that huge top thing. Help!

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  19. Oh no! I bet she was in a hurry this morning!?

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  20. Queen Letizia's outfit doesn't look good on her, top too big, pants too skinny. The lady next to her looks like she's wearing a bathrobe.

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