King Felipe and Letizia received Spanish National Men and Women Teams of Water Polo

On July 30, 2019, King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain received Spanish National Men's and Women's Water Polo teams participating in the 2019 Gwangju World Aquatics Championships, at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid. Both teams won the silver medal in World Swimming Championship Gwanju 2019 in their respective categories. (Queen Letizia wore a floral print skirt by Adolfo Dominguez.)
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress. She wore Hugo Boss silk blouse. 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez floral print dress
Adolfo Dominguez Floral Print Dress

20 comments:

  1. I like the blue top better. My my, the king is more handsome every day!

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  2. the skirt is lovely, but I prefer it paired with the navy top, it makes a more chic combination than with this off-white/pinkish top.... but she looks nice and appropriate as usual

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  3. The skirt is lovely but looked better with the navy top. Still, the queen looks great and the king looks, in short, terrifically handsome

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  4. Lovely skirt. but a bit blend with the white top.

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    1. The top is pink, is everybody daltonic here?

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    2. Pink is even worse.

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    3. That's your opinion Anon 19:52, I prefer pink...

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  5. Like others, I think the blouse and skirt are both lovely, just not together. And I very much prefer the skirt as Letizia is wearing it here, rather than with the dark belt as pictured in the earlier photo and on the model.

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  6. While I also prefer the contrast of the skirt with the darker blue top, I think if we could see the skirt in person the pink would be more obvious and match nicely with this top. Love, love the shoes in the past and today!!

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  7. Still prefer it with a different top - I don't especially like the pink top with this skirt, pink flowers on the skirt that can be seen with a microscope notwithstanding.

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    1. I do not need a microscope to see the pink flowers at all..it is very clear..

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  8. The Queen's outfit is exceptionally pretty. A different color top or shoes wouldn't make it better. Congrats to the medal winning swimmers.

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  9. I actually prefer the pink top with the skirt. I find it delicate...she looks great!

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  10. I don’t mind the pink top. Not a fan of the clear strap on the shoes. I actually would like to see Letizia wear it with a stripe too like the model. Without the belt and with a great pair of heals, it would be a great outfit on her.

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  11. Linda pareja, cumplen a la perfeccion, de acuerdo con vosotras Felipe es perfecto, me gusta mucho, guapo, elagnte, biuen tipo; trabajador .
    Que suerte tiene Letizia

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  12. She is too short to wear such a long and voluminous skirt; it overpowers her. Letizia looks best in streamlined Hugo Boss.

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    1. Short?? She is 1,68 cms tall, I do not think that is short at all. And I have seen her in person.

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    2. En total desacuerdo. la Reina Letizia no es demasiado baja en absoluto, tiene una buena estatura y le sientan perfectamente bien las faldas voluminosas y las estrechas y la ropa jamás la abruma.
      Y por favor, la primera regla para aprovechar la ropa y ampliar vestuario es variar las piezas y complementos. Letizia ha llevado esta falda 3 veces con distintas partes de arriba: azul, blanca y rosa, con cinturón o sin él y todas son bonitas y bien conjuntadas.

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  13. Thus, what comes to their minds first are dresses that can make other women in the crowd envy them.silk robe

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