King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended board of trustees meeting of FPdGi

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Princesa de Girona Foundation (FPdGi) at Royal Palace in Madrid. The FPdGi is a private foundation set up by civil society entities in Girona in 2009 and backed by 88 distinguished trustees. The honorary chairman is King Felipe VI of Spain, on behalf of his daughter Princess Leonor. (The Queen wore a new wool dress by Massimo Dutti).
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt. She wore Magrit pumps and carried Magrit clutch. Princess Leonor
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti wool check dress with belt
Massimo Dutti Wool Check Dress

29 comments:

  1. Q Letizia looks elegantly fresh .

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  2. Nothing spectacular about this dress but, as usual, perfect fit makes all the difference - it fits Letizia much better than the model

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  3. When will Leonor be old enough to take over these duties, after she completes her education is my guess.

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    1. ????
      Letizia es la Reina. Leonor es una niña de 13 años que no puede asumir los deberes de su madre ni siquiera cuando crezca porque su papel es otro.
      Qué comentario absurdo.

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    2. Qué vestido tan sencillo, pero chic. Este otoño parece de los tejidos a cuadros. Como siempre, Letizia lleva la ropa mucho mejor que las modelos.
      Su peinado, maquillaje y zapatos son impecables también.

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    3. A mi me parece un vestido feíto. La Reina eso sí, impecable de pelo y maquillaje.
      Y ahora, Angie, descalifica mi opinión. Siéntete libre...Se te ve venir de lejos.

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    4. A ti también se te ve venir, guapita. Y, además, sospecho que me atribuyes comentarios de anónimos que no son míos porque me tienes enfilada. Yo firmo SIEMPRE lo que escribo.
      Quien no quiera ver sus comentarios contestados, que no escriba.

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    5. El comentario de la respetable contertulia muy "absurdo" no parece, teniendo en cuenta que la Princesa de Girona (como corresponde a la heredera dinástica de la corona de Aragón) es Leonor, además por supuesto de Princesa de Asturias y de Viana. Entre sus futuros importantes deberes como heredera constitucional, una vez cubiertas todas las etapas de su importante proceso de formación, va a estar el patronazgo de su fundación homónima.

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    6. Angie, no te preocupes. No te atribuyo ningún comentario anónimo. Puedes ser desagradable con las opiniones de otros pero sin duda no te escondes (como yo tampoco lo hago) ya que te encanta que se te reconozca como el paladín del buen gusto y de la moda que tú crees ser.

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  4. Royalty fan

    No, this is a big NO, looks like a house dress, when you will 'spring clean' your house. Love her hair

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    1. a bit tough but I can see reasons for that. Also too strict, too conventional, too unattractive both for Letizia and the model.

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    2. I think it is the "midi" fashion...not flattering for anybody..

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  5. On the last pic next to the model Letzia`s dress doesn´t look good. I recognized that picture because I saw several pics of this event and the upper part of the dress was looking a bit ..

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  6. Only Letizia Can pull off a dress like this.
    MARIE

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  7. I like this dress but think it's a little too long for Letizia's petite frame. It would be smarted a few centimetres shorter. Royalty fan, I laughed at the comment about the house dress or overall--I see what you mean! While I am getting used to the darker hair, I think I preferred it a few shades lighter.

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  8. I'm sort of in the camp of it looking like "house dress." I think a nice size broach with a little sparkle would be a big improvement and make the dress is a little more special/significant.

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  9. I think for the occasion a bit to casual.

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  10. No me gusta. Parece, como algunas comentan, un vestido de estar por casa.
    Angie, qué desagradable consigues ser. El comentario de Unknown no es absurdo: si es la Fundación Princesa de Gerona lo suyo es que sea la princesa de Gerona quien presida estas sesiones cuando tenga edad suficiente, no la Reina. Este es precisamente un "trabajo" de princesa. Así lo hará Leonor en su momento, tanto con esta Fundación como con la Fundación Princesa de Asturias y como lo hizo en su día su propio padre, ahora el Rey.

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  11. Letizia usually does such a good job of wearing clothes that do not overwhelm her smaller frame. But this dress is not one of those times, which is probably the reason for the "house dress" comments. It should have been a bit shorter and not so full, great shoes!

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  12. Angie is arrogant and I dont feel comfortable posting my opinion regarding queen Letizia who by the way is a beautiful lady.

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    1. There are many arrogant, rude comments many times. But don't let that stop you from voicing your opinion. Everyone has their favorite royals and take fashion criticism as a personal attack sometimes. But this is a fashion blog and opinions should be allowed.

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  13. The honorary chairman is King Felipe VI of Spain, on behalf of his daughter Princess Leonor, Angie, that is why I asked if she at some point would take over her fathers duties for foundations like this, not her mothers and I was not being absurd, just asking a simple question as an American just asking the age when Leonor would so some duties like Princess Victoria did. I know she would be an adult not a child.

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    1. Si te referías a la Fundación Princesa de Gerona, te pido disculpas porque no te había entendido. Es lógico que lo haga Leonor cuando sea mayor y esté preparada, así como las actividades de la Fundación Princesa de Asturias.
      De nuevo, te ruego me disculpes.

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    2. In Spain we do not know at what age Leonor will start doing it. Her father did his first speech at 13 as she has done. At 18 years old he swore the Constitutio...so..it might be a clue...

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    3. Angie no problem sometimes language barriers mess up translations.

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  14. Queen Letizia always looks immaculate.

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  15. Dit is nu echt een winterwerkjurk, kan beter

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  16. Preciosa. Incluso con un saco se vería bien porque tiene clase y estilo

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