Queen Letizia attended the opening of the exhibition 'Rafael in the Palace'

Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
On December 3, 2020, Queen Letizia attended the opening of the exhibition "Rafael in the Palace: Tapestries for Felipe II” at the Royal Palace of Madrid, organized by National Heritage within the framework of the V Centenary of the death of Raphael Sanzio de Urbino. Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, known as Raphael, was an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance.
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Tapestries for Felipe II, as an institutional contribution to the international commemoration in which the main European and North American museums that preserve the artist's works participate, will remain open to the public from December 2020 to April 2021. The Queen wore a black double-breasted wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera.
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore a black double breasted pearl button wool blend coat from Carolina Herrera
Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Double Breasted Wool Blend Coat
Carolina Herrera Double Breasted Wool Blend Coat

9 Comments

  1. Lovely coat. It seems to be the same coat that Kate/Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore in December 2017 to the memorial service for the victims of the Grenfell tower.

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  2. Fabulous coat but I would prefer it if the bits of skirt hem showing at the bottom were evenly exposed.

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    1. El vestido se muestra a propósito y es del mismo color que los zapatos y el bolso, gris.

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    2. or, even better, that they didn't show at all! those grey "bits" hanging out spoil the fantastic silhouette of the coat

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    3. I think it is getting very picky to expect to see coats in all lengths just to make sure there is never a hint of the dress peaking out. If she is going to own 20 black coats, they should be for their individual design, not because of the length alone. This dress appears to have a full skirt, and this coat is designed to accommodate a full skirt. I would much rather see a little skirt than the overly long coats Sophie Wessex wears. I think it is very unattractive to be shrouded in a coat from neck to ankles, with no shape to the coat at all. It is true that her dresses don't show, but at what price? Letizia looks lovely, and her coat has an immaculate fit.

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  3. Elégante Letizia dans ce manteau à double boutonnage ; dommage de ne pas mieux voir sa robe dont nous devinons la couleur grise dans le bas !

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  4. Beautiful coat, those buttons are perfect. Her hair looks go gorgeous and glossy.
    Chel

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