King Felipe and Queen Letizia are enjoying their summer holidays with Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia in Palma de Mallorca. As usual, on Monday the Spanish royal family posed before the media at the start of the summer break, the tradition started by King Juan Carlos. A look at the photocalls of King Felipe and Queen Letizia with their daughters since 2014.
The palace of Marivent, that has become a sort of regular spot for the family photocall, was built in 1923, completed in 1925. King Felipe was already on the Island when Letizia joined him with their daughters on Monday.
For the informal event, Letizia looked extremely casual and comfortable with her beautiful daughter. She wore a Mango top with Massimo Dutti trouser.
The sailor-style striped knit sleeveless ‘TULIPA’ top, featuring black and white striped pattern and a yellow round neckline with cross-stitching on the sides and contrasting bass, belongs to the new collection of the Catalan label. It has Metallic appliqués on the side with scalloped edges and available on Mango store for $49.99.
Today King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the last engagements on their agenda before the summer break. In the morning, the royal couple received the members of Standing Committee of the Federation of Evangelical Religious entities of Spain, organizer of the commemorative acts of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation at the Palace of Zarzuela.
Later in the day, they visited the telephone service 016 for Victims of Ill-treatment for Gender Violence. The 016 Telephone service for the victims of gender abuse was set up on 3 September 2007.
This service offers specialized care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is free of charge. The service is provided by a team of operators with specialized training in gender violence. The guarantee of confidentiality always prevails, deriving emergency and emergency calls to the 112 regional centres.
On arrival, Felipe and Letizia were informed by the director of Centro on the proceedings and services provided by this entity. King and Queen also visited the service room of 016 and greeted the people who carry out this work.
Today once again Queen went for a safe – monochrome yet sophisticated look. Letizia wore a white top with navy blue trouser. The white short-sleeved top features a keyhole at the front in a similar silhouette that we have seen on Queen many times. It seems like a new addition to her well-known collection of white tops of similar style.
She paired the top with HugoBoss ‘Tuliana’ navy wool trousers that we last see in June this year during Princess of Girona Foundation Seminars.
The same trouser is not available but Hugoboss launched ‘Tuliana 2’ dark blue regular fit trouser in wool-blend in the same style. It is available on HugoBoss online store in dark blue and black colourways.
She paired the outfit with Magrit ‘Mila’ navy blue pointed-toe pumps. ‘Mila’ leather pumps are available on Magrit in black colour. Queen carried Adolfo Domínguez pearl-grey suede clutch that is one of the oldest pieces of her wardrobe.
Tous Sapphire bluestone and mother of pearl dangle earrings, an exclusive design by Tous’ founder Rosa Oriol for Queen Letizia, complimented the look.
Today was the last working day for the Spanish Royals before they left for annual vacation in Palma de Mallorca. Hopefully, we will get the summer photoshoot with Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia in the middle of next week along with the annual reception for the Balearic Islands’ authorities during the first weekend of August. We will see Queen Letizia back to royal duties in September. Till then Happy Summer!!
Today Queen Letizia of Spain attended the inauguration meeting of foundation Miguel de Cervantes which addressed the work of the next course, the Plan of cultural shock and cooperation with other public and private entities, in the international promotion of the Spanish language and culture in Spanish today in Malaga.
The organization was established in 1991 after the name of Miguel de Cervantes writer of the classic novel ‘Don Quixote’.
Every year, the leaders of the Cervantes Institute around the world hold a meeting to discuss the work carried out by the Institute to promote the Spanish language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries internationally and the priorities for the next academic year.
For the event, Queen chose the colour that oozes power – Red that also matched the colour of the institution.
She brought back the red Crinkle-effect Nina Ricci draped sleeveless dress that we first saw during Michelle Obama’s visit to Spain in 2016.
The dress belongs to the label’s fall 2016 collection. The red shift dress is crafted from lightweight crepe that’s artfully set with textured crinkles. It has cleverly placed seams that wrap around the figure for a flattering effect, as well as a smooth back panel to ensure a streamlined finish. Currently, the dress is retailing at MatchesFashion for £439 at 70% discount.