The Spanish Royal Family attended the launching ceremony of submarine S-81 Isaac Peral

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

On April 22, 2021, King Felipe and Queen Letizia, accompanied by Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, attended the launching ceremony of submarine S-81 "Isaac Peral", the first of a series of four submarines that will enter service in the Spanish Navy in the coming years. The official ceremony was broadcasted live. The Royal Family also toured the facilities of Spanish company Navantia's shipyard in Cartagena.

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore a white wool cashmere coat from Adolfo Dominguez, Infanta Sofia wore a new red sweater dress from Sfera

Crown Princess Leonor wore Adolfo Dominguez Coat
Adolfo Dominguez Coat

Crown Princess Leonor wore ZARA combined structured dress
ZARA combined structured dress

Infanta Sofia wore Sfera dress
Sfera dress

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  1. Très belles photos prises de dos de la reine et ses filles qui sont subtilement bien coiffées ; j'adore leur blondeur - Ravissantes Leonor dans son petit manteau blanc ainsi que sa sœur Sofia dans cette robe imprimée sur fond rouge ; c'est parfait avec les chaussures plates !

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  2. Anonymous22/4/21 15:50

    All four look great. Letizia's dress is classic and chic. I love the snakeskin pumps & clutch and more modern earrings. I like the color coordination between Leonor, Sofia and Letizia. I find Leonor's dress to be a tad short but love her red flats. Sofia's dress looks comfortable and easy to wear. Like that we are starting to see the girl's personalities in their styling.

    E.B.B.

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    1. Anonymous23/4/21 15:05

      Queen Letizia looks amazing while the girls are dressing down. They don´t want to overshadow their mother.

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    2. Anon 15:05..you obviously have no idea, it is thd 15th Letizia wears that dress...she is amazing.
      The girls wear new things.

      Sonia

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  3. Anonymous22/4/21 16:28

    They obviously are enjoying s, this stylish, welldressed family.
    Love mother and her teenage daughters, especially moms grey and jounger daughters red dresses!

    Judy

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  4. Anonymous22/4/21 16:30

    Superb dress in a superb colour. Less is more. I always wonder why their 2 children have to be present at so many official occasions. Must be hard. The oldest is only 15 years old.
    They look gorgeous by the way.

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    1. Anonymous22/4/21 17:33

      Because her dad Felipe used to do the same as same age. They are following him. It is the tradition in Spain, nothing new. Leonor turns 16 in October, if something would happen, she could be the Queen in two years. She must be trained.
      Monarchy is a job for the whole life, since bith to death. They have been born as Royals, so they must act as Royals, not as "normal" tenagers.

      Sonia.

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    2. Anonymous23/4/21 07:32

      Personally, I don't think they make many appearances - just for official occasions.

      B

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  5. Anonymous22/4/21 16:41

    They all look basically above average and are always tastefully dressed. Very pretty daughters, no wonder with parents like that. Frieda

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  6. Anonymous22/4/21 16:41

    All three of them look great - and mum looks fantastic.
    What I really like is how the red, grey, cream and black palette of colours is incorporated through their three outfits. Whether it was intentional or not, it's very effective and pleasing to the eye. Hair styles are also perfect on all three.
    - Anon 9:13

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    1. Agree, Anon 9:13. What I particularly like, is that the girls dress age appropriate, and not overly mature, like the Dutch princesses often do.

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    2. Anonymous23/4/21 13:33

      I agree Rosalyn, they are dressed age appropriately though I suspect the Spanish princesses have more a more conservative parental influence on their grooming than the Dutch girls., who are perhaps more liberal in their style.
      It will be interesting to see what all of them will choose to wear in two or three years once they have more control of their own style decisions.
      - Anon 9:13

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    3. Thank you for your kind reply, Anon 9:13. You are probably right about the upbringing of the different princesses. And yes, I'm curious as well as to how they'll dress when they grow up!

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  7. Anonymous22/4/21 18:56

    Their posture and demeanor is even better than their attire.
    ...ck

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  8. Muy orgulloso el Rey Felipe de sus tres hermosas chicas. Letizia ha tomado la costumbre de vestir ropa muy sobria dejando brillar a sus hijas. El vestido de Sofi es alegre y original. Leonor se ha recortado su melena y está vestida con un vestido muy bonito de tweed y un abrigo de su mamá, muy apropiada para ser la madrina del submarino. Magnífica preparación para el futuro. Preciosas.

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  9. Son tres preciosas mujercitas, pero hoy me encanta, I LOVE, el vestido de Leonor. -So beautiful
    Susana

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  10. Anonymous22/4/21 20:49

    The coat that Leonor is wearing is Letizia's.
    MW

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  11. Lovely photos. Love Sofia's dress and the Queen's outfit is just perfect. I'm drooling over those gorgeous shoes.

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  12. Leonor´s outfit makes her look unnecessarily juvenile.

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    1. Anonymous23/4/21 08:18

      She has borrowed the coat of her mum, the coat belongs to Letizia.

      Sonia

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    2. ¿Innecesariamente juvenil? wow, supongo que ella debería verse necesariamente adulta... Comentario absurdo, pero nada extraño de quien viene.

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    3. I agree with you Vanessa. There is something about the way the are dressed that makes them look younger. Maybe it is that they are petite but I find their clothes often seem to big or loose on them. Short ankle boots rather than flats on their feet. They are such beautiful girls.

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    4. Anonymous24/4/21 10:20

      The shoes they are wearing are called "manoletinas" and worn by everyone, not only teenagers, even to work in Spain.
      Ankle boots with a dress? I have never seen that in Spain.
      MW

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    5. I agree with MW that comments should take local habits and weather conditions into consideration, and not wanting the same standards everywhere.

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  13. Anonymous23/4/21 14:02

    Leonore and Sofia are so tall. Letizia wear high heels and her daughters are nearly as tall as her. It looks like Letizia is now the shortest in the family :)
    All look lovely. Love the hairstyles. Love the outfits. Each individual but well matched.
    Karin

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  14. I absolutely love Infanta Sofia's dress. The print, color, gorgeous. Her shoes are cute too. Queen Letizia looks fantastic, I've always loved this dress, so classic and structured (and the one that looks similar but with the beautiful embroidery). I like her shoe choice here, adds interest. Oh, King Felipe in his military uniform, swoon. So handsome. Gorgeous photos all around.
    Chel

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  15. Anonymous23/4/21 15:43

    @Vanessa, just she looks juvenile because she is.... as seen in the model this dress is not for babies, but for young women.
    C

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    1. You´re right of course, she IS young, but that outfit looks too young even for her - that´s what I was trying to say.
      Leonor has grown a lot over the past year, and although she´s taller now, I still think she looks like a pre-teen in her outfit.

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  16. Sorry, aber auf mich wirken die kurzen Kleidchen mit den kurzen Ärmeln und den superflachen Schuhen irgendwie zu kindlich für Teenies.

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    1. Anonymous24/4/21 08:38

      It must be in your country, in Spain teenagers dress like that, actually until 18 you need to wear a uniform to school, flats and socks. We we do not like that they dress as women yet

      Sonia

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  17. Hola Sonia, yo soy de España y no es cierto lo que dices del uniforme para ir al colegio, zapatos bajos y calcetines... No sé de qué zona eres? Aunque en lo que sí estoy de acuerdo es en que no nos gusta que se vistan de mujer cuando no les corresponda, aunque desgraciadamente ocurre. A mí me gusta como van y son un ejemplo, que muchas chicas deberían seguir.
    Zaratai

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    1. Anonymous25/4/21 07:40

      Zaratai, de Madrid y describo el uniforme del colegio de Leonor y Sofia y el uniforme de mis hijas.
      No se de dónde eres tú, pero todos los uniformes son parecidos, en todo el pais, a no ser que no vayas a un colegio concertado y sea una escuela pública.
      ¿Cómo son los uniformes, entonces?

      Sonia

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    2. Zaratai, los uniformes de colegio son igual en toda España, y en todo el mundo, ¡Cómo que no es cierto?, sólo varía el color. En los privados y concertados se lleva uniforme hasta acabar bachillerato. ¿En qué España vives tú?..

      Son faldas bastante cortas, medias ó calcetines, camisa ó polo y zapatos bajos mocasines o de cordones, yo misma he ído así al colegio y mis hijas lo llevan y es aquí y en todo el mundo.

      MW

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  18. Anonymous25/4/21 01:55

    We value relationship structures in which nobody is dismantled.
    monze

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