Queen Letizia and her daughters attended the ballet performance 'Antígona'

On the evening of September 8, Sunday, Queen Letizia and her two daughters, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance "Antígona" of the Victor Ullate Ballet School students at Teatros del Canal in Madrid. Antigone, which is one of the greatest tragedies of Sophocles written in 442 B.C., is a drama based on the myth of the daughter of King Oedipus. It has been adapted and choreographed by the prestigious Spanish dancer, María Pagés, with the participation of the Víctor Ullate Ballet School. The performance was the last representation of "Antigone" in Madrid.
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona
Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended the ballet performance Antígona

5 comments:

  1. Las chicas intercambian la ropa. Es divertido entre hermanas con poca diferencia de edad. Son cada día más bonitas.
    Letizia lleva un conjunto joven y cómodo, pero no vemos mucho.

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  2. Can't see enough to comment on fashion except to say the dancers' costumes are very pretty, and Queen Letizia and her daughters seem enchanted to be among them. I think it is wonderful that Letizia takes her daughters to the ballet. I think this is twice this year. It is important for children to be exposed to the arts.

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  3. Nice to see the Pss's again. I like the top from Sofia more than the other.

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  4. Pretty girls. Mom using the outing as a teachable moment. In pic #4 all the attention is focused on Leonor, as if mom is encouraging her to speak in public.

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  5. Su padre le dijo cuando le impuso el Toisón "amarás las artes".. y así es.

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