Spanish Royals attended the Princess of Asturias Awards Ceremony 2019

On October 18, 2019, King Felipe, Queen Letizia, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia attended an audience with Princesa de Asturias Awards 2019 winners at the Reconquista Hotel in Oviedo. Aimed at rewarding the scientific, technical, cultural, social and humanitarian work carried out at an international level by individuals, institutions or groups of individuals or institutions, these awards are granted in eight categories. (Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz.)
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new floral embroidery dress by Manuel Pertegaz. Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore PERTEGAZ floral embroidery dress Pret-à-porter FW19-20
PERTEGAZ Floral Embroidery Dress - Pret-a-porter FW19-20

19 comments:

  1. Queen Letizia's makeup, hair, shoes and earrings are spot on, but I do not like her dress. Can someone tell me what the detailing is...embroidery, applique? The colors are nice, but with the added pattern, the bow seems extraneous.

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    1. Agree. I would have preferred this dress without all the peach flowers. I think just the black and white details would have been better.

      Alexandra

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  2. Debra, I agree. Also, the young princesses have been out and about lately. I hope they're not overwhelmed. They look lovely though.

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  3. With less filler sleeves and without the bow, the queen’s dress would have been a hit. I don’t like it. The princesses are beautifully dressed.

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  4. Belle Letizia mais le nœud sur le haut de sa robe me paraît de trop.. Jolies boucles d'oreilles comme d'habitude !!!

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  5. Hi, I also don't like the dress... Was so looking forward to this event. Oh well they all look regal anyway
    Luna

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  6. What an exquisite dress, the neutral grey, the beautiful appliqués, with a superb color palette, it has a little retro vibe specially with the bow, and the fact that the shoulders fall a little below the natural line, she looks impeccable. It is significant that she is wearing Pertegaz, for the first time since he created her wedding gown,
    The princess and Infanta, as beautiful as ever

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    1. I also found the queen’s Pertegaz dress exquisite. Every detail, the colors, the appliqués, the bow, everything denotes the trademark art of the designer.

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    2. This gown strikes me as being like a work of art, a painting, a creation for sartorial history.

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  7. Letizia has just raised the bar. This dress makes a statement. Wearing Pertegaz can't be a coincidence. Pertegaz designed her wedding gown, and she is now in Pertegaz again for Leonor's first official appearance at the Princess of Asturias Awards.

    The colors are gorgeous. The flowers pop on the pale grey background, and I think the embroidery has been well-placed. The embroidery would have felt very heavy if it had not been on this soft and delicate fabric. The neck bow adds a level of polish and sophistication. As always, superbly accessorized, and her uncomplicated hairstyle does not detract from the dress. I love the color coordination with Leonor's dress, as though it represents the passing of the torch from mother to daughter. Both girls are so lovely, and poised. Fantastic as always.

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  8. What a stunning family. CP Leonor and Infanta Sofia look so grown up in that receiving line - beautiful smiles. DMP

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  9. War Manuel Pertegaz nicht der Designer von Letizias Hochzeitskleid?
    -Elisabeth-

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  10. Once again the Princess of the Asturias and Infanta Sofia look fantastic. I am not a huge fan of Queen Letizia’s dress. Perhaps if it was a little shorter and minus the huge bow it would be more appealing. Not a miss but nit one of her best looks.

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  11. So beautiful Leonor...She is an angel

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  12. This was a busy day for the Royal Family. The Pss look very nice not overdone. Letizias dress is a nice color, but the flowers way too big, but she looked nice anyway.

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  13. The Queen look perfectly well groomed. Her hair, beautiful makeup and accessories, the earrings I love. The dress has a lot going on without so much pattern the outfit would have worked better, but she still looks stunning. The girls look beautiful, love what they are wearing.

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  14. What a spectacular dress! Wow! Queen Letizia looks beautiful!

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  15. El vestido de Pertegaz es hermoso,pero no es de los que más favorece a Letizia,que es menuda,talvez con otro cuello ...

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