King Felipe and Queen Letizia handed out National Research Awards

On February 17, 2020, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the National Research Awards 2019 ceremony at Royal Palace of El Pardo. King Felipe and Queen Letizia handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards. This year, scientists Valentín Fuster de Carulla, Ángela Nieto Toledano, Susana Marcos Celestino, Manuel Francisco Carreiras Valiña and Mercedes García-Arenal Rodríguez were deemed worthy of an award.
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
The awards are granted annually to researchers of Spanish nationality by the Ministry of Universities, Research, Development and Innovation. The awards are given to scientists who have contributed exceptionally to the advancement of science and to the progress of humanity. (Queen Letizia wore a new wool dress bt Cos.)
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos draped-neck ribbed wool dress. The Queen handed out the awards to the awardees of National Research Awards
Queen Letizia wore Cos Draped-neck Ribbed Wool Dress
COS Draped-neck Ribbed Wool Dress

34 Comments

  1. oh mon dieu ! quelle paire de Cuissardes ! comme la Souveraine est belle !

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  2. Beautiful Royal Couple. Is the date correct? Today is the 17 of February and it says, 21?

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  3. What a beautiful dress,great look with the boots. Letizia looks stunning.

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  4. Robe dont la coupe près du corps flatte la silhouette de Letizia ; très jolie ceinture originale qui souligne sa taille fine... J'adore ses bottes !

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  5. La robe est nettement plus belle sur Letizia que sur le mannequin. Cependant j'ai l'impression qu'elle marque beaucoup trop ses "contours".
    Ce ne seraient pas des cheveux blancs qui semblent se distinguer dans la chevelure de Letizia ?
    Cela étant elle est vraiment très belle

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    1. Je suis d’accord avec vous. Jeanne

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  6. Dress with the belt looks nice from the front but it is too tight in the back showing too much what it should not.
    AVA

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    1. Por favor, explíquenos, usted que tiene Rayos X en los ojos, qué es "eso demasiado que muestra que no debería"... Yo no consigo verlo LOL.

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    2. yes. my thoughts exactly!
      j.

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    3. @ Angie, Look at the picture# 7
      You do not have to have x-ray eyes to see" exactly" her derriere so it is not elegant look.
      AVA

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    4. Nothing left to imagination from the back, indeed. Now we all know exactly what her booty looks like. Not that it looks bad (rivals Pippa’s show off in the bridesmaid’s dress), but did we really all need to know that quite so exactly? Might have been a somewhat explainable mistake for a 26 year old who isn’t used to being in the centre of attention, not so sure it is in this particular case. Anyway, there’ll be plenty getting angry we don’t let the poor woman show her behind.. :) I am sure. Chrissy

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    5. Agree! As much as she appears in perfect shape, one wonders whether this bottom-revealing feature was overlooked in planning the outfit. - Jemmi

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    6. Madre mía, vaya banda, jajaja. ¿De dónde sale esta gente? Del baúl de la reina Victoria, sin duda.
      Y eso que a Letizia no se le ve ni un cm de piel. No me quiero imaginar si un día se pusiera unos escotes como las princesas suecas, con sus Marys a la vista. Mueren de un infarto. :))

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    7. I think what they say is a bit childish. I am not a prude but on a queen I find such a figure-hugging dress, where you can see the outlines of the "lower primary sex parts" most unhappy. I agree wirh AVA. Frieda

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    8. I often feel the DoC wearing those excessively tight jeans/jeggins leaves nothing to the imagination and aren't appropriate for "official business" but everyone else always seems to say, "Doesn't she great!", etc., etc. So if she can get away with that, Leti showing a little be-hind should be okay too. :-)

      Europa

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    9. Esta gente ? Acaso eres realeza ?

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    10. Well, Angie, there such a thing called common sense and decency that survived through since Victoria’s time. Certainly doesn’t look like everyone been keeping up with them though. Just cause you use a plethora of exclamations, doesn’t change the reality! Chrissy

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    11. This dress reveals far less than the white jeans of Donana. Knit dresses tend to be figure hugging. This tells us where Your mind is. She looks great. Ana.

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    12. Lol..Decency? In 2020 and 21st century? Sorry but you must have not seen internet or even walk in the streets how girls dress. You should keep up!!
      Women are doing work out to reach better bottoms and there are even underwear to better them. It is the new era.

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    13. she is un perfect shape, but she looks like she goes to a disco….

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  7. I definitely like the dress better with a belt and Leti chose a perfect one.

    Europa.

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  8. Absolute perfection! Her clothing is always lovely and well tailored, but it's her posture that makes her stand out fashion-wise from all the other royal ladies.

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  9. WOW, esto es magnífico, el epítome del minimalismo exquisito. El vestido es tan simple como elegante y el añadido del gran cinturón es un !0. Lo mismo las botas. El peinado y el maquillaje, perfectos como siempre. Las únicas notas de color, las aguamarinas y el verde de sus ojos. FABULOSA.

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  10. Wow! Beautiful dress, love the asymmetrical neckline. The belt is fabulous. This dress drapes beautifully over her body. Makeup looks beautiful. Good choice of sleek hair with this minimalist dress.
    Chel

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  11. This is a beautiful outfit. Love the navy colour. The draped asymmetric neckline gives this dress a superb finish along with the ribbed pattern that is contrasting in different directions adds to the interest of the dress. It fits perfectly and highlights the Queens splendid posture. The boots work in well and the belt is the perfect finishing touch. Love the aqua and diamond hoop earrings.

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  12. Beaucoup trop collante !

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  13. It’s so tight in the back you can see her crack. I can’t believe she wore this, very poor choice.

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    1. How gauche. What do some women have against clothes that enhance our bottoms? We celebrate our breasts, waists, and legs, why not our bottoms?

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    2. Agree, especially if itis a nice one...
      Lily T.

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    3. Terrible show off. Why? Who needed to be aware?

      Lily A.

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  14. Perfect dress, Cos is a lovely brand. It would look better without boots, though.

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  15. I really like this dress and even more with the belt she's wearing! Great choice.
    I would lot it that she wear it again with shoes instead of boots, to see compare and see the diferences that would create.

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  16. Unusual dress but really smart and so much better with the belt. The boots are perfect with it. In a similar manner to the outfit worn by the Duchess of Cambridge last week, the very straight dark outfit does make the Queen look very thin

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