King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited Palace of the Parliament

On June 28, 2017, King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the 40th anniversary ceremony of the first democratic elections held at the Palace of the Parliament in Madrid, Spain. King Felipe and Letiza visited "40 years since the first democratic elections" exhibition. Queen Letizia wore a red lace dress by Carolina Herrera.
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. Queen Letizia wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. Queen Letizia wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. Queen Letizia wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump, diamond earring and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump, diamond earring and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump, diamond earring and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection. wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump, diamond earring and carried satin clutch
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera lace dress from Fall 2016 collection
Carolina Herrera Lace Dress
Queen letizia wore Prada Pointy Toe Pump
Prada Pointy Toe Pump

25 comments:

  1. Now That's what a queen should look like! Classic, stunning, one of her best looks of the year!

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    1. I agree with everything you said. This looks royal. She should be wearing dresses like this more often.

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  2. beautiful ......red is her colour. and i think the king is handsome

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  3. Very, very nice - she really looks fabulous in red. Love the dress - she style, the different contrasts in the fabrics...

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  4. Perfect, better than the Model on the photo...

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  5. Beautiful and elegant - except for the visible bra straps. She spends a lot of money in CH Dresden, hasn't she got a few Euros left for a strapless bra?

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    1. Yup you are right even I see the bra straps. Bummer such a minor detail overlooked while looking so beautiful!

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  6. Lovely! One of her nicest dresses recently. Her hair is excellent - up, but a soft look.

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  7. I think Carolina Herrera is so talented, creatively doing something very pretty and original with lace. So many of the dresses in lace we have seen lately are just boring, solid lace and not much done with it. But this one is - wow! I'm glad the shoes are almost unseeable so they don't detract from that gorgeous dress.

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  8. She looks good. I don't see any bra straps showing Romana.

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    1. On the second image, at the back you see a thick white bra strap under the red lace.

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  9. After some of not-so-good-outfits from Letizia, this dress looks especially gorgeous. Love its bright red color, elegant and chic style. Add soft updo and fantastic earrings...well, two thumbs up from me.

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  10. Hermoso vestido, hermosos zapatos, cartera, peinado, pulsera, todo.. ¡Hermosa Reina!

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  11. Where was King Juan Carlos? He must be very upset he wasn't invited. He should be the one attending the 40th anniversary ceremony of the first democratic elections. He's responsible for the Spanish transition to democracy not his weak and uncharismatic son.

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  12. "Anonymous", maybe you read the wrong pages? It was not King Juan Carlos himself. He was chosen from others. Read or research, who! was responsible for the change indeed. I think, Juan Carlos could not be less interested anymore to join his son today... It's over.
    (And about Fashion here: Letizia and Felipe are a beautiful couple.)

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  13. Juan Carlos was expected to continue Franco's legacy,however, soon after his accession he introduced reforms to dismantle the Francoist regime and begin the Spanish transition to democracy. This led to the approval of the Spanish Constitution of 1978 in a referendum, which re-established a constitutional monarchy. 

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