Queen Letizia of Spain Chooses a Homegrown Designer for a State Dinner

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Queen Letizia of Spain Chooses a Homegrown Designer for a State Dinner
Queen Letizia of Spain Chooses a Homegrown Designer for a State Dinner

Queen Letizia of Spain joined her husband King Felipe VI in welcoming the president of Portugal for an official state go to. The president is on a three-day go to to strengthen diplomatic, financial, and political ties between each nations, after the Spanish royals visited Portugal in November 2016. For the welcome lunch, Her Majesty repeated a Felipe Varela skirt swimsuit that she first wore final fall. For the state dinner on the Royal Palace, Queen Letizia selected a pearl-embellished costume from Madrid-based designer Ana González, punctuated by an archival tiara from Cartier.

Her Majesty’s midnight blue frock featured elegant cutouts and went nicely with the classic tiara, which was crafted in 1920 for Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain. That is the primary time the monarch has chosen a bit from González, however falls according to her desire for supporting Spanish designers. The Order of Christ sash completed the look.

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