Letizia enhances Rania from Jordan with a feminist touch

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Letizia has returned to dress long after she first did it on January 6 during the traditional Military Easter, celebrated at the Royal Palace in Madrid. This Wednesday, Your Majesties, Felipe and Letizia They have presided over one of the most important appointments on their royal agenda. The King and the Queen received the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Spain at the Royal Palace, which consists of a total of 126 resident Embassies in our country and nearly 800 Consulates, 153 career and more than 600 honorary members. Similarly, another 49 countries are accredited to Spain but have their residence in Paris, London, Brussels or Geneva, to which must be added 42 international organizations headquartered in Spain.

Appointment where the queen puts on her most beautiful outfits, especially in this second major setting of the year that has been on the agenda so far. Felipe VI’s wife has surprised with a princess look, taking into account the protocol that you must wear a long dress. Letizia She has put on a women’s style pastel pink skirt, the signature of which is unknown, so probably made by her seamstress and tailored.

She has combined this outfit with a white blouse that she already debuted in 2017 by Carolina Herrera and which has the particularity of the bow. Under the theory she defends that this piece of clothing refers to the female gender and that it must therefore make do with feminist power , has become a trend that companies like Marc Jacobs, Dior or Gucciamong other things.

For footwear, he completed the look with suede stilettos he had previously worn. She completed this outfit with matching colored stone earrings from Tous and her new favorite ring from the firm Coreternal, apart from, at least for now, her inseparable Karen Hallam ring that Felipe VI gave her. On the other hand, this time she has worn her long hair straight with parting on one side which makes the clothes she has chosen stand out. Garments that are reminiscent of those of Rania from Jordan. It was at the wedding of the kings where the wife of Abdalá II of Jorania wore a very similar look.

Queen Letizia has put an end to her public appearances this week with this act, but Felipe VI still has some royal chores on his agenda. The monarch has another meeting this Wednesday afternoon at the Palacio de la Zarzuela, with the Board of Trustees of the Carolina Foundation.

It is Friday when the Head of State ends his performances, with an early audience with the President of the European Parliament and attending the opening ceremony of the Ortega-Marañón cultural space of the José Ortega y Gasset-Gregorio Marañón Foundation. Thus begins the countdown to the celebration of his birthday, next Monday, January 30.

Source: Marie Claire