King Felipe, Letizia, Leonor and Sofia visited Quiron Hospital

On August 27, 2019, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia of Spain visited King Juan Carlos at Quirónsalud Madrid University Hospital in Pozuelo de Alarcon. On the morning of August 24, Saturday, King Juan Carlos underwent a successful cardiac surgery. (Queen Letizia wore a check-print trousers by Mango. Crown Princess Leonor wore a new embroidered dress by Mango. Infanta Sofia wore a new embroidered textured dress by Mango.)
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango print trousers. Princess Leonor wore an embroidered dress by Mango. Sofia wore an embroidered dress by Mango
Queen Letizia wore Mango Prince of Wales trousers
Mango Prince of Wales Trousers
Crown Princess Leonor wore Mango Plumeti embroidered dress
Mango Plumeti Embroidered Dress
Infanta Sofia wore Mango Embroidered textured dress
Mango Embroidered Textured Dress

54 comments:

  1. It's difficult to keep coming up with unused superlatives for this family. Each of them is attractive and well-dressed, individually, and, together they form a seemingly happy family. By their demeanor I'm guessing that Juan Carlos is recovering nicely.

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  2. Leonor and Sofia look lovely. Leonor is wearing thicker soles to try to look at least as tall as her younger sister. Their hairstyles are becoming and they seem to have chosen their own style for their dresses. Letizia will soon be the shortest one in this family. /Julie/

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  3. Stylish, well coordinated, photogenic family. MB

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  4. I'm not a fan of the way Queen Letízia is wearing that shirt with this trousers(I prefer the previous version she wear with heels), but overall she looks good and very relax. The king Felipe looks very well, also very relax but at same time attractive.

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  5. I love seeing Letizia taking her tousers and dressing them down perfectly by cuffing them, adding a white button down and white sneakers. She looks fantastic. She really knows how to wear her separates. Felipe looks great again, and I must say, I am enjoying seeing him dress down. We don't get to see this side of him too often.

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  6. They are teenagers looking and dressed like 9 year olds. Betty

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    1. The dresses are for girls up to 14 years old on the Mango web, they are 12 and 13.
      I think that they still can wear this style and not mini shorts and t-shirts to visit a King in hospital..

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    2. Falso. Vuelve a intentarlo.
      https://i.blogs.es/34bac2/vestido-mango-leonor/1366_2000.jpeg

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    3. They don't visit a King, they visit their grandfather, so I think shorts and a t-shirt are aloso okay.

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    4. Shorts and t-shirts in a hospital? What kind of hospitals do you know? That is not even healthy and a bit dirty....I have never seen anyone like that...

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    5. Nobody wears shorts to a hospital, you would look like a homeless...what a disaster!!

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    6. Are you serious?? What is wrong with you?? PEOPLE WEAR SHORTS!! People wear them in hospitals like they wear skirts. Grow up.

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    7. Why would wearing shorts to a hospital make someone look homeless? Unless it is to celebrate a birth, no one wants to visit a loved one in the hospital. In some situations people rush to the see their loved not having time to change into an appropriate outfit. Hospital visits matter that person(s) showed up not what they wear.
      That being said I like everything the family is wearing. I’m in my twenties and would wear Leonor’s dress. I think because Mango has younger models wearing the clothes, people think the girls are too old for the designs but I don’t gave a problem with this.
      E.B.B

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    8. Léonor aura 14ans en octobre ,on lui donne 10 ans ,chaussures très laides avec une robe

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    9. In Spain nobody would wear shorts to a hospital, in fact not even in the city, it is very bad perceived, they are for the beach or places around the coast, or for very, very sport events. I have heard you even wear flip-flops, not here. Some men even do not wear t-shirts, only polos or shirt, something with a collar...There are places when you are not allowed to enter like that.
      Whe we see tourist like that in the centre of Madrid we think that you are a bit nuts...different culture.

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    10. I thought the comment about shorts must be cultural. Saying that a person wearing shorts to a hospital is "not even healthy and a bit dirty" was a bit over the top. Just because a person is wearing pants, dress or skirt does not mean their clothes are clean. Also, saying a person wearing shorts to a hospital would look "homeless" is a stupid comment. At least sign your name if you want to make stupid comments. One would hope all visiters would go to a hospital clean and dressed appropriately. I agree with the comment above--what matters most is that loved ones are receiving visitors, not what they are wearing.

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  7. Thanks to these photos, I've finally found myself able to laugh at the current fad for wearing big, klunky trainers with dresses. It's so comical-looking, you just have to smile. Sometimes a girl's just gotta be "on trend", no matter how silly it looks. How well I remember feeling that way, at that age.

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  8. Letizia always looks great in a crisp, white shirt. Her daughters look quite pretty and stylish in their dresses.
    Shelley

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  9. Como de costumbre los cuatro se ven encantadores, relajados y vestidos con comodidad y gracia. Las chicas están más lindas cada día y sus vestidos son preciosos. Un placer para la vista.

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    1. Pues yo veo ridículo que vayan todas con playeras, no van a jugar al tenis, ni a un terreno difícil o duro.

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    2. Did you see the other grandchildren, or only Letizia's family deserves criticism?

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    3. Claro que si, anónima 2:18, los jóvenes sólo llevan playeras para jugar al tenis e ir a terrenos duros, jajaja, lo que hay que leer... Hay que ver a lo que tenéis que agarraros, pobres.

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    4. Lo digo porque van con playeras la madre y las hijas. Too much.

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  10. The girls are lovely and I like their dresses although I think they need a size smaller and maybe a bit shorter. Letizia and the king look good.

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  11. Lovely outfits on everyone. I do like Pss Leonor's dress better then that of Sofia. But this was not a fashion show it was a visit to see their grandfather.

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  12. The girls are growing up. A credit to their parents. Love how they are dressed they both look so sweet.

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  13. Me asombra ver una niña vestida de negro para visitar al abuelo enfermo!!
    Me agrada el vestido de Infanta Sofía,no el de Leonor ( pero veo es para peques según reclame)

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    1. Qué fácil asombro tienes, prenda. Seguro que el abuelo empeora por el vestido (blanco y negro) de Leonor, jajaja
      Como siempre fuera del tiesto, no te enteras de nada. Mango tiene esos vestidos para mayores también.

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    2. Tiene casi 14 años, ya no es una niña, mira como visten las de Holanda, En España estan reclamando q la ponga de mayor ya..

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    3. Peculiares criterios estéticos de "mayor" parecen esgrimirse por aquí desde Sudamérica. Para gustos (o para mentalidades).. Por otro lado, nuestra familia real, un orgullo como de costumbre. Mucha alivio de ver que este serio trance de salud parece estar superándose satisfactorimente. La princesa y la infanta, ambas ya a las puertas de la adolescencia, adorables y esperanzadoramente maduras y sensatas en su actitud y conducta. Esas cabezas parecen estar formándose y amueblándose excelentemente. La futura jefe del estado de nuestros hijos está creciendo en el mejor ambiente deseable.

      Mª Dolores.

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    4. Se olvida usted del manotazo, vaya ejemplo!

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    5. Un ejemplo de una mujer q no se deja amedrentar...en España las mujeres somos potentes...ya vale con las sudamericanas juzgando España, no tenemos nada q ver con vosotrAs.

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    6. Que lindas las niñas y que puras se ven.

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    7. Efectivamente, Mª Dolores, que son criterios y gustos de sudamericanas, como teresa o la anónima de las 10:00, que reclama que las vistan como las de Holanda... OMG, antes de ver a Leo y Sofi vestidas como las de Holanda, prefiero no verlas
      ¡Qué sabrán ellas lo que se pide en España, si sólo leen y repiten como loros lo que leen en el cotorreando y similares cochambres!

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    8. No, hija, no, del manotazo es imposible olvidarse. Para eso estás tú y la teresa recordándolo continuamente aunque haya pasado un año y medio. Tenéis las consignas bien aprendidas. ¿Os pagan algo por meter cizaña un día tras otro?

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    9. Maria Dolores, su comentario es ofensivo, yo soy de Sudamerica y estoy encantada en como se visten estas niñas. Acaso las sudamericanas no podemos ser modestas ? Y acaso no hay españolas que se vistan de forma reveladora. Estas niñas son encantadoras y modestas. Bravo reina Letizia por el ejemplo a seguir. America

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    10. Maria Dolores, su comentario es ofensivo, yo soy de Sudamerica y estoy encantada en como se visten estas niñas. Acaso las sudamericanas no podemos ser modestas ? Y acaso no hay españolas que se vistan de forma reveladora. Estas niñas son encantadoras y modestas. Bravo reina Letizia por el ejemplo a seguir. America

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    11. AnonymousAugust 29, 2019 at 8:39 PM (y 8:44). Lo ofensivo podría resultar (tener que) leer día sí y otro también, como se juega por aquí al tiro al blanco con nuestra familia real, por lo general con la reina, pero tambien con la princesa (una preadolescente de 13 años), por parte de algunos, unos cuantos, comentaristas con una agresividad, mala leche y cierto tono de resentimiento inaudito y no fácilmente aceptable, con un intrusismo intolerable en aspectos de su privacidad y en la dinámica de la querida familia, expresando unos patrones de lenguaje muy particular y localizable, a partir de unos prejuícios y referencias culturales incomprensibles (y por momentos de una inmadurez y absurdo infantilismo algo enervantes, todo hay que decirlo) desde nuestro punto de vista y muy probablemente con un patrón común de (no mucha) edad biológica tambien. Y oiga, se va llevando, nadie se ofende. Como he dejado escrito y lo reafirmo ahora: "cuestión de (diversidad de) gustos (y mentalidades)", que es mi manera de aceptar que hay gente para todo.

      Como respuesta (muy ocasional por mi parte, no suelo intervenir en los foros y dudo mucho que lo vuelva a hacer, con este desahogo es bastante) al comentario, uno más de otros por el estilo comentado, que dió lugar a estas réplicas, le recalco la primera frase que ha quedado escrita: "Peculiares criterios estéticos de "mayor" parecen esgrimirse por aquí desde Sudamérica".. No parezco haberme explicado bien, pues veo que una persona razonable y sensata como usted -entre las decenas de millones más de la Sudamérica hermana, que no se merece y no se le desea más que el mejor de los destinos-, se ha sentido en la obligación de expresar el agravio por la (injusta y torpe) generalización que mi reacción le ha provocado.

      Entiendo que el conflicto equívoco viene de que he escrito, generalizando, "desde Sudamérica", sin salvedad ninguna. Le ruego que me perdone por mi torpeza de caer en un estereotipo barato, sin pretenderlo de modo alguno. Lo que quise y quiero dejar escrito como respuesta a la chorrada inicial deberia ser algo así: "(peculiares criterios estéticos de "mayor" parecen esgrimirse por aquí por parte de ALGUN@S desde Sudamérica". Punto. Y hubiera expresado mejor lo que realmente pienso al leer todos los días algun tipo muy particular de comentarios (de todos los idiomas de este foro, tienen que ser en ese castellano particular, vaya por Dios) de este por lo demás estupendo, muy civilizado y tranquilo foro, pese a esta chuscas disrupciones comentadas y de paso, hubiera evitado muy torpemente caer en una generalización estereotipada que como todas ellas, es absurdamente hiriente.

      Y estoy de acuerdo con su argumentación sobre la diversidad, que es universal, sudamericana, europea y en los demás continentes. Por supuesto que en todas partes hay de todo, lo (muy) bueno y de lo no tan bueno..

      Perdón por lo extenso de la respuesta, pero si me acepta la disculpa y un saludo cordial, habrá valido la pena.

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    12. Si se visten como las de holanda, hay un suicidio colectivo en España. Niñas de 11 años maquilladas y vestidas como si fueran modelos de portada y con actitud de engreimiento total, cuando al final, tampoco es que puedan... Las niñas se visten como niñas y tienen las españolas 12 y 13 y así se vestirán. Creo que en España se tiene un gusto muy bueno a la hora de vestir que no existe en otros lugares del mundo y mucho menos en Holanda que es un horror

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  14. What a lovely family, Letizia looks so very chic with a casual look, and yet elegant. As usual I don’t comment on children’s fashion, but I do like to address some comments above. I think that their dresses are perfectly OK for their ages and bodies, and if they were wearing shorts as someone suggested, they would be eating alive by the press and the usual haters. I fully disagree with the person that said that young women don’t wear shorts in Spain? Just visited last year, and yes they do, and “ very, very short , from the cafés to the metro to almost everywhere, as well as the guys wearing T-shirts , piercings, tattoos and everything else that the younger generation wears nowadays, I don’t understand why would you attest to the contrary.
    Teresa, why are you shocked because somebody uses a black ( and white) dress to visit grandpa at the hospital? Is there some kind of rule against that? Please do tell...
    cherry B

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    1. ¿Eres Cherry Blossom?
      Pero cómo se te ocurre pedirle que te explique algo :)) Eso está fuera de su alcance. Se limita a inventar trolas para destrozar a la Reina, directamente o por medio de sus hijas, que ya son la nueva diana de sus disparos. Cuantos más disparates, mejor.

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    2. What a sad and racist comment on a such lovely blog!

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    3. Sorry, but not racist at all, people from South America dress different that Spaniards, and it is true. Tourist sometimes do not tell them apart and tell lies as young generations wear tatoos, caps, very short pants and very tight jeans..
      It is not racist, it is their way of dress...different culture does not mean racism...
      Susana

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    4. Saying that there are,a lot of inmigration in Spain is racist? It is the reality, they even have the double nationality...

      And Spaniards dress different, I think it is racist to show a Spaniard as a South American, we do not have the same culture...if you can't tell them apart is other thing....But this is very terrible for us, that someone says that we dress like people in other countries..
      Here you can say what you WANT about SPAIN.....We also do not dress as Germans or Swedish....I can't see the relation with racism......
      We are different, that's all....

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    5. Así que los extranjeros pueden decir como somos nosotros, explicamos que son de otros paises y se borra? Y nos tenemos que aguantar q den una imagen distorsionada de nosotros. No solo hay gente de Sudamerica sino Rumania, Marruecos, etc....eso es racismo, es la realidad todas las personas que ves no son españoles.

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    6. No entiendo por qué se han borrado los comentarios, la gente de Sudmérica incluso compra la ropa en tiendas "latinas, que tienen otra moda , es real, sobre todo gente de Ecuador, Colombia, Cuba y Perú, en Argentina se parecen más..., no es racismo...es la realidad...
      Y vive mucha gente en España ahora.

      Natalia

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    7. Jamás vi visitar a un enfermo con un pantalón corto en un hospital...JAMÁS

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  15. Are you speaking about the inmigrants? I think so...

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  16. What on earth us going on here? I feel like I've accidentally wondered into Cotilleando with all the unpleasant comments going on here. Seriously, what on earth have these to do with what is being worn? And why is everyone anonymous again? 🙄

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    1. Exactly my thoughts! I am horrified by this discussion of racism. It certainly does not belong on this blog.

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    2. Chardonn...Yo estoy aterrada de que los turistas que vienen a España expliquen incorrectamente nuestra cultura, porque no profundizan. Es como si yo voy a Londres y digo que los ingleses so indúes porque alli hay una notable poblacion de la India que tambien son ciudadanos britanicos y viven alli, pero eso no es la cultura britanica. Vamos que sobre España se puede decir cualquier barbaridad...acogemos a todos los paises y etnias y no somos racistas para nada pero hay que matizarlo. Y ademas me parece una aclaracion necesaria, porque ha oido mas cosas sobre España, porque no son capaces de entender que como en otros paises conviven otras culturas hoy en dia, tambien musulmanes y no quiere decir que lo seamos todos sino que hay poblacion musulmana, porque la libertad de culto se permite en nuestra Constitucion.
      Espero haberme explicado, lo he hecho en castellano , para intentar hacerlo mejor.

      Susana

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    3. And I am horrified that many people say that in Spain we eat "tacos", we wear Mexican hats and moustache, because they have no idea and mix thing up...in fact we are very patient and we allow people to speak about us too much..
      I wonder if other countries were confused as well...

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  17. @ Franny. Angie may be correct. It seems that there are paid tr*lls swarming the nets leaving the reputation of Spanish people to the rest of the world as mean gossips who will invent polemics to criticize their own queen.
    @ Teresa the family has united to help grandpa recover, but the discord of easter still lives with you. The child was put in an awkward position by her grandmother in particular for a picture? MB

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