King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the 'Francisco Cerecedo' Journalism Award Ceremony

On October 22, 2018, King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the 'Francisco Cerecedo' Journalism Award Ceremony held at Hotel Palace in Madrid. This year, reporter and journalist Rubén Amón became the winner of "Francisco Cerecedo" Journalism Award. "Francisco Cerecedo" Journalism Award is given every year with the sponsorship of BBVA (Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria) by a jury created by Association of European Journalists. The award is a medal and 24.000 Euro.
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera dress and Carolina Herrera Pumps. carried Bottega Venata clutch bag. journalist Rubén Amón

53 comments:

  1. Those shoes are killer! And I love her hair like that, it makes her look years younger.

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  2. Wow, love this style. Especially the curly hair. In my opinion it shows her strong personality and elegance in a charming way. This puristic dress was the perfect choice.

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  3. Perfection from head to toe.

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  4. I am a big Letizia fan, but I do not wish to see any cleavage of the Queen of Spain. Other than that, the rest of the dress is great and her hair is really pretty.

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    1. Looks like she actually had a boob job. You're right, too much cleavage - not good.

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    2. So..... a quick review thru history, and paintings, and one will see queens and aristocrats showing plenty of cleavage, depending on the times and the beholder it could be considered feminine and attractive, just saying.......also I don't much care to speculate as to whether she has had breasts enhancement, but in my opinion she looks rather small in the chest area. Personally I don't find anything wrong with this low cut dress, I like the fit around the bust, and the A line skirt, killer shoes, a nice necklace would have made it a 10.

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    3. Agree, not very royal neckline, artificial boobs don´t help it. But her make-up and hair is fine.

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    4. ¿¿Trabajo de tetas?? No me hagas reír. Tiene un volumen completamente normal, más bien pequeño. Ella sencillamente sabe qué sujetador debe utilizar con cada vestido, cosa que otras deberían aprender.

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    5. Angie, don´t be ridiculous, of course she has had boob job done already years ago.

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    6. Agree with Blondiini.

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    7. I agree with Angie. You can buy a bra to minimize, lift, t-shirt bra, support bra, padded...I am sure she has a very good wardrobe of undergarments. It is very easy to alter the look of your breasts. As far as the the amount of cleavage shown, she was not at a school visiting a group of children or at the Vatican visiting the Pope. And if that is a boob job, she got ripped off. Cherry Blossom is correct. There isn't much to look at.

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    8. No sé qué derecho tienes a insultarme, Blondinii. Deja de propagar chismes y abre los ojos. ¿Sabes lo que es un sujetador push-up?

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    9. Angie, you can of course have your fancy but everybody with eyes have seen ages ago how her bust suddenly grew from nothing to nice shape. That had nothing to do with bush-ups. If you cannot see that go to fix your sight.

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    10. ¿Quienes "han visto"? ¿Los tabloides españoles llenos de haters que se dedican a inventar chismes e insultos a la Reina? ¿O el grupito de envidiosas que muestran su verdadera cara cuando no tienen otra cosa que reprochar? ¿O es que Letizia ha ido a operarase en Polonia para que tú la veas?
      Mi vista está perfectamente. Vigila la tuya y, sobre todo, tu hígado. Es perjudicial para la salud tanta bilis.

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    11. I think Angie is out of hand here with her comments, she’s quite agresiva when she makes her point, and should be regulated by the blogger. Just my opinion, this should be a safe space to comment and Angie is being very agressive. Tone it down a little bit. Gracias

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    12. ¿Perdona? ¿Soy yo quien está fuera de control? Yo he sido insultada por Blondinii. Repasa los mensajes.

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    13. There is a picture of Letizia receiving an award when she was a young reporter wearing an outfit with similar cleavage. This does not mean she did not have a boob job, but really, what does that have to do with anything? It certainly shows that she did not go from nothing to overly voluptuous like some of the ladies on the telly or the movies. The personal comments have no value. It is a bit annoying to read the face, botox, nose etc. from the same people, almost as if it is too difficult to describe the outfit and event successfully... which why we love this blog. Angie deep breaths.

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    14. Angie, I never read any Spanish tabloids, obviously you do. But just look at this pic http://i696.photobucket.com/albums/vv321/blondiini/Letizia_zpslrke2h1g.jpg and tell me honestly do you think what Letizia looks today is possible without several plastic surgeries not to mention botox and fillers. Artificial boobs do not need to be size XXXL. Actually her boob job is probably surgery what I understand better than other things she has done to herself.

      Also you reaction to my comments are not normal, you should think them over. How ever spotles you may keep your queen.

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    15. She has had only one surgery, nose, because she could not breathe well. All those botox and fillers,even if they were true are NOT surgeries....Nowadays there are treatments without that...
      Anyway you are made them up and spreading gossip...She has put weight on. SHe had a terrible second pregnancie while her baby sister killed herself and C-section...
      Stop saying nonsenses...

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    16. Anonymmous; how do you know that? There is one surgery what was told to folk to be because breathing, but the curious thing is that particular operation has nothing to do how nose looks out but made just inside nose. So that was full bull shit at the first place. Letizia wanted to change her face and that had nothing to do with any health issues.

      My opinion about her face has nothing to do with any "gossips" but just how I see her myself. But also your opinion has nothing to any fact just what you believe. So stop spreading any "facts" that you know it any better.

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    17. Blondiini I am a Spaniard, Casa Real has published the information, so the Spaniards KNOW it.
      Speak about your country.

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    18. Anonymous; plastic surgeries are not what any people and especially royal women tell or need to tell in public. The first nose job was tried to explain as an health need when it was so obvious it was done. Probably Spanish Royal House´s public department thought people are more pleased there was an excuse than that people would know that explained reason had no need to do anything how nose looks out. You actually are a good proof how well their smokescreen worked. Letizia was told to have deviated septum and the operation it is fixed is septoplasty. That is done INSIDE nose. What was done outside her nose was rhinoplasty = basic nose job. These are two different things.

      https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/septoplasty/about/pac-20384670
      https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/rhinoplasty/about/pac-20384532

      To be Spaniard has nothing to do about KNOWING any more than other people. I think the only people who know what was done are Letizia and her doctor. And they have no need to tell anything about it.

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    19. Blondiini: You said it. "I think the only people who know what was done are Letizia and her doctor. And they have no need to tell anything about it". Regardless of what is believed she seems to be in good health and always shows up for the events listed on her weekly calendar. The rest of us can see the same things that you do but do not cross the line into her personal space....which is why the blog is dedicated to fashion and information about the events.

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  5. Wow great look today.Her dress and hair are very nice, look at these shoes.

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  6. The dress is great but not on her, too bony in the chest

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  7. Letizia looks smashing! Her hair is so feminine, and I love the simple elegance of her entire outfit.

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  8. Yeah, she's got her hair cut!!! That style looks far more modern, I even preferred the shorter bob she had two or three years ago.

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    1. She's got her hair cut? I don't think so, she just made curls that all.

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  9. magnifique Letizia! chaussures superbes et son look!elle est très belle avec ce bronzage!

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  10. Bellísima Letizia con este vestido Carolina Herrera, de estilo sencillo y depurado. Adoro esos maravillosos zapatos bicolores de Magrit y su cabello ondulado, sano y brillante.
    Y no, no es mucho escote porque es una cena formal en una Gala del Periodismo, así que es PERFECTO.

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  11. Wow, the Queen looks stunning here. Chic and impeccable. Little cleavage is completely appropriate in an event like this. European standards for low cut are still the same healthy good old joie de vivre! Brava!

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  12. Very nice dress, appropriate cleavage (it's the right measure), beautiful shoes and amazing hair! Very good!
    *Kristhy

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    1. I, also, no not have a stick for measuring the "appropriate cleavage", however and according with lots people this, indeed it's quite appropriate. Some people may say that it's not appropriate for a Queen, even if in the past was completely fashion to have big cleavages on great Queens.
      But for me it's appropriate because is not excessive, neither to big or to small.
      For me it's a perfect dress for the occasion, because she looks simply, modern and most important of all, she looks like any other woman.
      *Kristhy

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  13. hmmm... not sure who has the stick for measuring "appropriate cleavage", but if the first thing I notice is her breast.... not sure what that says (nothing regal in my opinion, I don't have the measuring stick either, just what I see). Her beautiful figure notwithstanding, I am sometimes almost perplexed by certain choices (we can all see how fit and slim she is without her putting that much emphasis on it). I know some will say she is a "modern" person. No argument from me, I think she is indeed. But it can be modern and dignified all at the same time. And many (most) times she is - just this time (to my way of thinking): not so much.

    The king, on a separate note, is quite a handsome fellow. And it seems to me he never puts a foot wrong. Cleaned up the image of the Spanish monarchy after his father's missteps. Good for him!

    JV

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  14. El cabello y maquillaje hermodos; su escote deja ver claro senos hechos uno más que otro; lindo vestido pero en el corte de la falda embolsa al igual que parte del final de adelante:ruedo mal hecho? Y tira demasiado la costura en el corte?

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    1. Naturalmente, un seno se lo hicieron talla S y el otro tala M, jajaja.
      Y te has olvidado del ojo de cristal y la pierna ortopédica.

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    2. Yo no entiendo nada de lo que dices,Teresa, no sé que español o castellano es ese.

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  15. Teresa 2424, maybe you should advise Carolina Herrera how to sew. SMH do you ever have anything positive to say about this woman?

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  16. Using neoprene for day wear is somewhat of a stretch (pun intended) but it holds its shape beautifully and molds to the body, gives a perfect fit and does not wrinkle. The white slash invites the eye view the details of the whole dress. This event seems to be a high point in the field of journalism -at least among her former peers- where everyone gets to dress up. Of course some flair is necessary. Perhaps some posters are not Spanish or do not know their own history. In the portrait of Queen Victoria Eugenia with her emerald jewels for instance, there is much more cleavage and shoulders on view. If she has committed the crime of having a boob job she has stayed well within reasonable limits. As always when the fashion is OK the aesthetics are used for criticism. ...these shoes and the blue and white ones... fab additions to any closet.

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  17. Reading all the comments...I wonder whether the rules of a fashion blog do not include REFRAINING from commenting too incisively about intimate body features! There is always the danger that such comments would result from jelousy about the own situation, rather than objective criteria.
    I fully agree with the above "as always when the fashion is OK the aesthetics are used for criticism".

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  18. I hope that someday people start looking the good things in life and enjoying that.
    This a fashion blog, a good one in my modest opinion, and for me there no reason to be aggressive.
    I do not know if she have done a surgery or not, I really don't care, she looks very nice and perfect. For me, again in my modest opinion, it's a great look, clean, modern and bright (even with a black dress)... she looks like a real woman.
    MC

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  19. Letizia was well dressed there although nothing special. Love the shoes.
    Moderator, could you plse ask people to react in English, while a minority understands Spanish. Thanking you in advance, a Dutch reader.

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    1. You just have to accept that every people are not well enough educated to write any but their own language. That seems too consider most Spanish speaking folks.

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    2. También se puede aprender español, que lo hablan más personas en el mundo y tiene una Real Academia de la Lengua Española que lo protege. ¿Por qué tenemos que hablar inglés?

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    3. También hay gente hablando francés y alemán, usa el traductor de google.

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    4. Well I do speak also Spanish, German and few other languages, but this happens to be English written blog so here I feel it impolite to turn language to any other than English. Also actually English is spoken by 800 million people, Spanish only 470 million.

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  20. @ Renate. Use Google Chrome to surf the web. At the top right on the page there is a little G if you click on that it will translate to your language of choice....not perfectly, but enough to understand...note to the cleavage watchers. On the Netherlands page where QMax and the King greet Charles and Camilla there are two interesting portraits on the wall behind them of fashion in the 16/1700's.

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