King Felipe VI and Letizia visited Palma de Mallorca

Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
On Thursday, Spanish King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited Majorca. At the Iberostar Cristina Hotel in Playa de Palma, the King and Queen met with President Armengol, the national Minister for Tourism Reyes Maroto, representatives from the Confederation of Balearic Business Associations, the CCOO and UGT unions and the Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza-Formentera hotel federations.
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
They also met with representatives from the Majorca and Minorca Economy Circles and from the EAPN social inclusion network. Afterwards, the King and Queen took part in a walk along the promenade by Arenal beach. Then, they visited the Riu Concordia Hotel, where the hotel's director gave information on sanitary and contingency protocols for guaranteeing health security.
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose
The King and Queen will also visit other regions of Spain in order to receive information on how the pandemic has affected these regions and measures being taken. The visits of the King and Queen aim to promote tourism. (Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje.)
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose. Cristina Hotel and Riu Concordia Hotel in Palma
Queen Letizia wore a floral print dress by Maje, and a suede shoes Mint and Rose. Cristina Hotel and Riu Concordia Hotel in Palma
Queen Letizia wore Maje Floral print dress
MAJE Floral Print Dress
Queen Letizia wore Mint and Rose Sardinia Suede Shoes
Mint and Rose Sardinia Suede Shoes

17 Comments

  1. Wonderful dress, I would gladly wear it myself!

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  2. Lovely, is the objective to make us dream of going to Mallorca? I like her high poney tail.

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  3. What a very lovely dress!

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  4. Très frais ce joli imprimé fleuri sur fond vert asymétrique ; les espadrilles en daim sont très bien en cette période estivale !

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  5. Now that's a really cute dress. ~Laurel~

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  6. when I saw the upperpart of the dress I thought wow, but I really dislike the bottom part. It looks cheap with the uneven hems and the elastic part in her waist.

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    1. Totally agree! I wish I could sneak in at night with a pair of scissors and cut those hanging bits bro make the hemline even. I know that this is fashionable at the moment but just because sth is in fashion doesn’t necessarily mean it looks good. Not in this particular case anyway.... the espadrilles look the same as yesterday, are they really different? What is the point having two identical pairs just different brands?
      E.M.

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    2. @E.M. 11:18pm re "identical" shoes - Well, the lady is a queen, so...

      Not defending my most unfavorite royal here (sorry, it is what it is, we don't all like the same people); but there are differences between the macarena and the mint&rose shoes: Different ties & height, open vs closed toe, design, etc. Who knows why she chose these similarly colored shoes.

      ~Laurel~

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    3. @E.M.

      Both brands are made in Spain. Macarena is cheaper than Mint & Rose. She is prompting two different Spanish brands at two different price points.

      Flawless hair and make-up. I love the color and pattern of the dress. Don't love the handkerchief hem with thetas of the espadrilles.

      E.B.B.

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  7. The colour looks a bit cheap but otherwise very nice dress. Like her ponytail a lot. - Siri

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  8. She is a real Spanish beauty in these pictures. I like the outfit and shoes. The King is always handsome and perfectly dressed.

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    1. Agree with you Cynthia.

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  9. loved this dress when she first wore it. The bright colors and the handkerchief hem, summer fun!
    Chel

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  10. This is a lovely dress, colour is gorgeous, but I dont like the uneven hems.

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    1. @Ava - It could be worse, thank goodness it's not a mullet dress. ~Laurel~

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  11. The bright color and unusual styling on the hem are perfect for an informal holiday setting, leaving behind the conservative dressing for daily events. The lightweight fabric of the dress and high ponytail are ideal for keeping cool in the heat of the summer. The shoes are an indelible part of Spanish culture and seem to be part of the summer uniform as well. Nicely done, for a visit to promote tourism. -A-

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  12. Like others, I think the dress first looks lovely, but I don't like the uneven hem either. I also think it's not the right dress for her, because her hips are no wider than her waist, so the waist smoking loses its effect. The dress needs a figure of a woman who has curves. - Ellie

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