Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI attended an official dinner at ABC

On December 17, 2018, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended an official dinner held in honour of 'Mariano de Cavia', 'Mingote' and 'Luca de Tena' awards' winners at Casa de ABC in Madrid. At the journalism awards held by ABC every year, ABC gave Mingote award to León's photo journalist Jesús Fdez Salvadores, Mariano de Cavia award to author Gregorio Marañón y Bertrán de Lis, and Luca de Tena award to Heraldo de Aragón's editor-in-chief Pilar de Yarza Mompeón this year.
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress and Magrit pumps. Diamond earrings
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress
Carolina Herrera Sequin Dots Detailing Dress

55 comments:

  1. Ein sehr schönes Kleid! Allerdings finde ich, dass Letizia in letzter Zeit zu oft die Farbe schwarz trägt. Außerdem sieht das Modell zu sommerlich aus, da ärmellos.

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    1. I Spain we wear sleeveless dresses indoor even in winter. The heating use to be high.
      Is Germany do people wear hat, scarf and gloves, indoors?

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    2. In the UK generally we don't tend to wear sleeveless in winter even with heating. But, as I imagine in Germany, nor is it necessary to wear outdoor clothes indoors Anonymous 11.53.

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    3. Franny, really?? Meghan Markle is wearing an sleeveless dress.
      In Spain we wear them and even straps.

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    4. As far as I have seen on the pictures of ABC.es, Queen Letizia was the only woman wearing a sleeveless dress. But since it was a very cold evening in Madrid Letizia wore a black fur when arriving at the Casa ABC.

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    5. Yes, Anonymous - hence my use of the term "we don't tend" - Meghan isn't every British woman.

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    6. Obviously she wore a coat in the street. So in Britain women wear dresses with slevees at galas and parties in the evening when they even wore gloves.Come on!! Not even in the 50s. Stop saying nonsenses.

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    7. I don't know who you are addressing with your comment Anonymous 11.29 - and I don't know who is supposedly talking nonsense - although the meaning of your comment is not clear at all.

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  2. Very pretty and festive! Lovely. I even like the "messy bun" on Letizia (as long as it doesn't become her trademark!).

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    1. Agree. Very pretty and festive .

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  3. Do not care for the messy hair, but everything else is great!

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  4. Love her look especially her hair. Softens her face

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  5. Que linda la reina !

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  6. Lovely as usual! Yay for the messy bun!! Perhaps a statement supporting Meghan? Lord knows Letizia was raked over the coals too in beginning.

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    1. That you call "messy bun" is the typical Spanish "moño bajo", worn a lot by brides, nothing related with Meghan who as she is from California has Spanish heritage.

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    2. Anon@ 11:18, being from California doesn't imply having Spanish heritage, lots of of people in the Americas have Iberian DNA, as well as tens of other ethnicities.
      And yes that is a messy bun, the typical Spanish moño bajo is thigh and polished with a very well defined middle part, I suggest a little research before you correct other people's comments.

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    3. Anon@ 11:18, being from California doesn't imply having Spanish heritage, lots of of people in the Americas have Iberian DNA, as well as tens of other ethnicities.
      And yes that is a messy bun, the typical Spanish moño bajo is thigh and polished with a very well defined middle part, I suggest a little research before you correct other people's comments.

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    4. I totally agree. However, I am perplexed that the messy bun is liked on Letizia but not on Meghan. How come?

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    5. Why is a moño bajo worn high when bajo means low? Seems a bit strange to me?

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    6. Anon 7:34, el "moño bajo" can be polished or not...I am a Spaniard so I know it well...Sometimes we do it as Letizia has done, with a pin, if you see closer photos, you could see it.
      Franny, its name is moño bajo because it is not at the top, another type of moño.

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    7. Unknown I like the messy bun on Meghan and Letizia and myself 😚 and many others.

      Thank you Anon 7:34

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    8. Anon 7:34, no tienes ni idea de moños españoles, ni bajos ni altos...así que búscalo tú..

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    9. Moños bajos:
      https://bodasyweddings.com/monos-bajos-despeinados-para-bodas/

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    10. Getting confused with all the Anonymous - thanks for the clarification of the terminology.

      Letizia looks great with this hairstyle.

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    11. Anon @ 12:11, the link that you copied it's just a series of hairstyles that relates to any country, and the title itself is rather self explanatory , moños bajos DESPEINADOS, or MESSY and that is the key word, these styles are no more Spanish than any other updo, they are just modern hairdos for weddings, period, nothing to do with the typical and traditional moño bajo, well reflected in paintings and photographs of Spanish beauties. Your comment that anon @ 7:34 didn't know what she was talking about is just as accurate as your statement about all people from California having Spanish heritage, simply not true. I am sure that you are a very proud Spaniard, but Queen Letizia's hair style has very little to do with cultural roots, but everything to do with current fashion.

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  7. Letizia looks lovely from head to toe.

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  8. This relaxed, soft around the face hair style with the middle part looks so romantic on her. Its my favorite.

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  9. As always, elegant and sophisticated. Wonderful. Love her...

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  10. Just glorious from head to toe.

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  11. Letizia is such a beautyful and elegant Lady!

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    1. Agree entirely and this is a lovely outfit for her. Classy and elegant.

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  12. ¡Qué maravilloso vestido! Estaba yo deseando volver a verlo. Es delicado, pero con presencia y personalidad, igual que la Reina.
    Creo que Letizia lleva los pendientes de chatones mejor que nadie, incluida Ena.

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  13. Consistently chic and glamorous in a sartorial way!..Love her!..👍👍👍🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭

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  14. Consistently chic and glamorous in a sartorial way!..Love her!..👍👍👍🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭

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  15. good afternoon all, from sunny Cape Town... i havent been on thie blog for awhile but its good to be back. love this outfit of Letizia... very festive.. simply stunning.... Best wishes for this festive season all...

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    1. Felices Fiestas para ti también, Rochelle.

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  16. and i have to comment on the King! he is definately dashing.... wow

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  17. She wore this dress not too long ago, but I absolutely love it, she looks fantastic, and I love the hairstyle, if one must wear an updo, this is the way to do it... and the earrings OMG!! Gorgeous from head to toe.

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    1. Lo estrenó hace 1 año (noviembre 2017) en la visita del Presidente de Israel.

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  18. Very nice dress, not so much the hairdo.

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  19. Very elegant, hair, makeup, shoes, complements and dress... really very elegant.
    *Kristhy

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  20. Why do a lot of people love the 'messy' bun on Letizia but hate it on Meghan?!
    That was my first thought. I don't get it.

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    1. Rosalyn, I think it was explained several times that Letizias "moño bajo" has nothing to do with a messy bun.

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    2. O I'm sorry, I've missed it. Let's just say that both styles of a bun are nice on them.

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