King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented 'Francisco Cerecedo' Journalism Award

Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
On November 18, 2020, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the 37th "Francisco Cerecedo" Journalism Award ceremony at Prado National Museum. The award is given by the Association of European Journalists. This year, director and presenter of Noticias 2 of Antena 3, Vicente Vallés became the awardee of "Francisco Cerecedo" Journalism Award.
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
The jury agreed to grant him the award in recognition of the rigor, independence and depth with which he has been carrying out his work in the television medium during the last decades.
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
"Francisco Cerecedo" Journalism Award is awarded every year with the sponsorship of BBVA by a jury created by the Association of European Journalists. Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani.
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore a black midi dress from Emporio Armani, and black leather pumps from Prada. Bottega Veneta clutch
Queen Letizia wore Emporio Armani Ruffled Dress
Emporio Armani Ruffled Dress
Queen Letizia Carried Bottega Veneta black knot intrecciato satin clutch
Bottega Veneta Satin Clutch

32 Comments

  1. This high slit is utterly inappropriate.

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    1. I am not sure it really is a high split but a wrap dress that slid open by accident. However I love it I think it is fun and a bit naughty to shake up the establishment way of thinking. This beautiful totally unadorned very elegant appearance and then boom a sudden slit which dissapeared as soon as she stood still.

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    2. Agree!

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    3. I agree with Nalerina. I don't think it's a slit but a slight fashion mishap. We all have them. That said Letizia has great legs and I see nothing wrong with her showing them off if she chooses. Hair and make-up look great.

      E.B.B.

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    4. Nalerina, I don't think this dress is a wrap dress, I think the design of the slit is intentional. But I do agree that I appreciate it as a feature. Nice of Queen Letizia to mix it up. She's forty-eight, not ninety-three. She also has lovely legs so why not?

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  2. The dress is terrible!

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous. Letizia confirms her place as the most stylish royal in a fabulous Armani dress needing no distracting jewellery other than hoop earings.

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  4. Wow, gorgeous. As for some thinking a beautiful woman can't wear a wrap dress and show some of her leg in this day and age is literally laughable. There is nothing inappropriate about her look. She isn't showing any inappropriate body parts, or wearing anything vulgar.
    Chel

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  5. Such a simple dress that does wonders for the figure! I love it! I love the little peek-a-boo from the opening. It is not a secret that she has legs. There is no need to clutch your pearls. Nothing inappropriate showed. I wish it did not need to be repeated so often -- we are not living in the 1950s anymore. She is a modern woman, a modern queen, and enjoys reserved-modern fashion. I really enjoy her wardrobe choices.

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  6. Wow! She looks fabulous! The slit is risqué but tasteful.

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  7. The slit wouldn't be so bad if she had been wearing dark pantyhose. It looks like that slit could go even higher. I hope no sitting was involved here. Not an appropriate look for the occasion, although maybe okay for a night on the town. ~Laurel~

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  8. Look sexy pour la jolie Laetizia.
    Cette petite robe noire drapée sur la hanche associée à ses accessoires lui sied à merveille .
    La reine la plus stylée du gotha.

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  9. It is a repeit, she wore it in 2018 for a Princess of Asturias Awards concert. She is is repeiting clothes non stop.l

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  10. Queen Sofia used to wear edgier clothes than Letizia, especially decolletages, as Juan Carlos' grandmother,(Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg), even whe she was old. Queens are not nuns, you only need to see paintings.

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    1. Actually they were known by their "lively" life, not because because their restraint, due to that some were abolished.

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  11. Robe que Letizia porte à merveille ; la fente apporte une petite touche qui capte le regard pour beaucoup ; j'adore mais avec des collants noirs -pas opaques- elle aurait eu une magnifique allure ! Superbe clutch/pochette !

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  12. Have you looked closely? The slit is all photoshopped! Queen's suntan doesn't go smoothly into a flat white. Think.

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    1. Not sure why its hard to believe that Queen Letizia chose to wear this dress and show some leg rather than postulate that image has been photoshopped...

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    2. Agree, Anna. It is not photoshopped. So many conspiracies...

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  13. La reina Victoria y la Reina Mary pueden tomarse una infusión e irse a la cama. Su época ya pasó y no pueden imponer sus absurdos criterios a una Reina del S XXI.
    Letizia es una Reina muy implicada, trabajadora incansable bajo unas circunstancias muy complicadas y se viste siempre de forma modesta y sobria, excepto en ocasiones muy especiales.
    Este LBD es exquisito y chic en su sencillez y ella está bellísima. Esa cabellera ondulada y brillante es fabulosa. Y sus piernas son dignas de verse, aunque no fuera intencionado porque sólo hay una foto, UNA, en la que la falda se abre.
    Enhorabuena al Rey Felipe. Cada día debe maravillarse del gran regalo que se llevó con su esposa.

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  14. A great "little black dress!" The slit is not a big deal to me. She has shown more of her legs when wearing shorts. This wasn't a funeral, but an awards ceremony. I find this dress quite chic and totally appropriate for this occasion.

    Meghan

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  15. Tiene un cabello precioso y siempre va muy bien vestida para cada ocasion. Un modelo a seguir por las demas royals.

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  16. This is a nice dress, but it needs a bit of Jazz to spice things up a bit, very bland.

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    1. No estoy de acuerdo. No hace falta Jazz cuando hay Soul, jejeje

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  17. Antiguamente las reinas mostraban grandes escotes y nadie se rasgaba las vestiduras,! somos más pacatos ahora, por favor!
    Es una pena que no se vea el volante que lleva de arriba abajo. Es un vestido precioso y ella lo puede lucir.

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