Spanish Royal Family visited the municipality of Petra

Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
On August 10, 2020, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia visited the town of Petra on the Balearic Islands. Spanish royal family visited Fray Junipero Serra Museum. The museum opened in 1959 and highlights the achievements of the Franciscan friar Junípero Serra, who was born in Petra. Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez.
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia
Queen Letizia wore a new textured midi dress from Adolfo Dominguez and leather wedges by Uterque. Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia

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Queen Letizia wore Adolfo Dominguez Textured midi dress
Adolfo Dominguez Textured Midi Dress
Queen Letizia wore Uterque tied leather wedges
Uterque tied leather wedges

20 Comments

  1. Gabriella19358/11/20, 12:10 AM

    How come all of a sudden Leonor looks taller than Sofia, when it was always the opposite?

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    1. I think you have confused the two ladies a bit . Sofia is younger but much taller than Leonor and has been for some time .

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    2. Just because a sibling is older doesn’t mean they will be taller. Sometimes with siblings close in age, the younger one will have their growth spurt first. This is what has happened with Leonor and Sofia. We will have to wait a few years to see which sister will be taller or if they end up the same height.

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    3. So... no, you have it backwards, Sofia is taller and has been for some time, on the other hand why is it surprising that that a younger person would be taller than an older one, it happens all the time :-)

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  2. Everyone beautifully dressed as always. Letizia's dress is crisp, cool and totally appropriate. I hope Sophie's knee injury is not too serious-I know from bitter experience that they can be so painful.

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  3. Letizia's dress is great - all reds look great on her.

    Leonor and Sofia look great as well - they're beginning to develop a personal sense of style. I like Leonor's summer dress but I really love Sofia's summery play suit.

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  4. Poor Sofia. Does anyone know what she did to her leg?

    Leonor’s dress has an easy, breezy feel and coordinates nicely with Felipe. Letizia looks great in red. The bag is a fun choice and I like her espadrilles. I love Sofia’s white romper.

    E.B.B.

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  5. The Queen’ dress is gorgeous. I love it. It’s nice belted but even better unbelted as worn by the model. Like Leonor’s dress too, less keen on the white romper.

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  6. So my didn't Sofia just stay at home, instead of limping and being supported by Lenor on a public event!

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    1. Oh isn't it nice to see the sisters supporting each other? Depending on the nature of the injury, maybe it is better to move a bit rather than remain seated. It is certainly better from a psychologic point of view.
      I like all dresses.

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    2. Anon 7:51 AM, I totally agree. She must have been so uncomfortable, even if Leonor and Letizia supports her. And yes, like Anon 12:46 AM ask, what happened?

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    3. Why not if she doesn't suffer the martyrdom ? 💉

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    4. It seems she was supposed to be resting it but she wanted to join the visit. Good for her.

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  7. Ava Pittman8/11/20, 9:00 AM

    The Queens dress is lovely, the colour is very becoming on her.

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  8. Sofia s'est blessée et a cinq points de suture au niveau du genou.

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  9. La reine a beaucoup d'allure dans ce rouge, couleur qui lui va à merveille ; Leonor et Sofia toujours aussi mignonnes dans leur tenue estivale très fraîche. J'espère que Sofia va vite se rétablir de sa blessure au genou !

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  10. La reine a beaucoup d'allure dans ce rouge, couleur qui lui va à merveille ; Leonor et Sofia toujours aussi mignonnes dans leur tenue estivale très fraîche. J'espère que Sofia va vite se rétablir de sa blessure au genou !

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  11. Queen Letízia looks very nice, the dress is fresh with a vibrant color and IMO a perfect length.
    King Felipe also looks great, simple and "classic casual" look.
    I hope that Infanta Sofia gets well soon.

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