Queen Letizia attended the opening of Safe Internet Day 2020

On the International Safe Internet Day, February 11, Queen Letizia of Spain attended the opening ceremony of "Safer Internet Day" events organized by The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) at The Queen Sofía National Museum and Art Center in Madrid. The events aim to promote safe usage of the Internet. The International Safe Internet Day takes place annually and aims to raise awareness about emerging online problems and a topic reflecting current concerns is selected for the day. (Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti.)
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore a pointed check wool skirt by Massimo Dutti. On the International Safe Internet Day. Cybersecurity Institute
Queen Letizia wore MASSIMO DUTTI Pointed check wool skirt
MASSIMO DUTTI Pointed check wool skirt

11 Comments

  1. Some photos are a bit overexposed, but comparing her look with the very last picture showing Letizia with a white blouse, we can, I dare say, clearly see that white outdoes black. Her face and figure, her whole self is kind of more focused and brillant with that black blouse and black shoes.
    Katrin

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  2. I prefer the skirt with the white blouse as she wore it previously. This black blouse doesn’t photograph very well, and looks a bit cheap. (V.M.)

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  3. Très jolie corsage mais je ne suis pas fan de sa jupe asymétrique ; il n'y a que les escarpins noirs qui complètent agréablement son look.. Superbe la femme située à sa droite tant dans sa tenue que sa coiffure courte !

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  4. Personally I prefer the black blouse and I like this skirt even with it's uneven hem Would love it as a pencil skirt or as a knife pleat. The Queen looks smart and businesslike for this event.

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  5. Nice of Letizia to recycle her cloth. Nice blouse and makeup is flawless,but do not care for the hemline of the skirt.

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  6. White Blouse.black blouse looks chessey.she is by far one of the most beautiful women in the world

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    1. Saying Queen Letizia is one of the most beautiful women in the world is a stretch. She is pretty but certainly not on the most beautiful women in the world list. She would mot come close to Ava Gardner or Elizabeth Taylor in their prime, Now they were two of the most desirable women in the world. Further more most people have never heard of Letizia!

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    2. @ anon @ 4:48AM! I would agree that Queen Letizia may not be the most beautiful woman in the world, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the poster believes that, and so be it, I may not agree with your beauty concepts... so no need to take issue with what others think, right?
      MM

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  7. I do not care for the skirt with the pointed hemline. It looks better on the model and I think it is because the fabric seems to be stiffer on the model. On Queen Letizia the fabric has no body and falls limply to her side. A thin black belt would have improved the look, I think. The black blouse is okay but I prefer the white.

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  8. Not even Letizia can make this skirt work. /LH

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  9. Beautiful outfit, love the black blouse coordinated with the skirt. Love that black coat the lady is wearing 3rd picture from bottom, its striking.

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