Spanish Queen Letizia and King Felipe's visit to Gijon, Asturias

Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
On July 30, 2020, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia visited Asturias as part of their tour in autonomous communities of Spain. The King and Queen of Spain visited Cogersa Waste Treatment Center (CIR) in Gijon. Gijon is a city in north-western Spain. It is the largest city and municipality by population in the autonomous community of Asturias. Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint & Rose.
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
Queen Letizia wore a polka-dot print dress from Massimo Dutti, and suede espadrille wedges from Mint and Rose. Cantabrian Sea, Bay of Biscay
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain visited Cerro de Santa Catalina in Gijon.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain visited Cerro de Santa Catalina in Gijon
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain visited Cerro de Santa Catalina in Gijon
Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain visited the Fernando Alonso Museum and Circuit in Llanera.
Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain visited the Fernando Alonso Museum and Circuit in Llanera
Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain visited the Fernando Alonso Museum and Circuit in Llanera
Queen Letizia wore Massimo Dutti Animal Print dress
Massimo Dutti Animal Print Dress
Queen Letizia wore Mint & Rose Sardinia Suede Shoes
Mint & Rose Sardinia Suede Shoes

12 Comments

  1. Another very nice look for the Queen - she so very rarely gets it wrong.

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  2. And again: very nice, casual and elegant.

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  3. They are doing a great job. Blessings to Spain.

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  4. A lovely casual dress, the colours are striking. The Queen looks very elegant.

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  5. Lovely dress, Queen Leti is a busy, elegant lady! Love the whole outfit and nothing for hair conquers outside events like the ponytail.
    Glo

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  6. Un couple toujours sur la route.. Allure élégante pour la reine mais une couleur de fond comme le rouge -par exemple- serait plus estivale ; j'aime beaucoup le roi dans cette chemise rose pâle !

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  7. Her mask is upside down.

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    1. à Angela M. 31072020 21h29
      Vous parlez de qui car je n'ai point remarqué même en agrandissant les photos ?!

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    2. Su máscara está perfectamente colocada: el lado azul por el exterior y el alambre sobre la nariz. Anda al oftalmólogo, lista.
      Precioso vestido, ligero, favorecedor y muy femenino. Está en mi top-3 de toda la gira. Benditas alpargatas, sin ellas no hay verano en España.

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