On June 7, 2022, Letizia of Spain presides over a military ceremony in Cartagena. The Spanish sovereign stood out in a white lace dress.
Letizia of Spain presides over a military flag handover in Cartagena.
For the occasion, the Spanish sovereign breaks the code by not wearing black.
Letizia from Spain opts for a sublime white lace dress that caused a sensation.
Letizia from Spain attends a military ceremony on June 7, 2022 in Cartagena, Spain. For the occasion, Queen Letizia distinguished herself in a sublime white guipure dress. The dress has everythinga wedding dress, or almost. This Tuesday, June 7, Letizia from Spain was in Cartagena for preside over the ceremony of handing over the standard to the special force regiment of the Spanish navy, according to Royal Stories. The act took place on the dock Juan Sebastian Elcanoat the port of Cartagena, specifies the magazine.
Formerly, the port of the mantilla as well as the black color were mandatory for military ceremonies in Spain. Royal Stories recalls that Queen Letizia of Spain, 49, has always hated wearing the mantilla. “While still Princess of Asturias, she had chooses not to wear the mantilla and the combwhile it isa usual clothing accessory for women during military events“, noted Royal Stories. For her latest outing, the mother of Princess Leonor, 16, and Infanta Sofia, 15, bet on white lace dress.
Letizia from Spain enhances her dress with blue accessories
The wife of King Felipe VI of Spain, 54, teamed her lace midi dress to a pale blue bag. Letizia from Spain also opted for aquamarine earrings and blue pumps. A true fashion icon, the former journalist shows off the perfect look with her very neat bun. The white and blue colors chosen by Queen Letizia of Spain that day are perfectly matched with military outfits. “Blue and white recall the colors of the order of Charles III of which Queen Letizia is Grand Cross of the Order“, remember Royal Stories.
Queen Letizia of Spain This Tuesday, June 7, Letizia of Spain was in Cartagena to preside over the ceremony of handing over the standard to the regiment of the special force of the Spanish navy, according to Histoires Royales.
Queen Letizia of Spain “While she was still Princess of Asturias, she had made the choice not to wear the mantilla and the comb, although it is a usual clothing accessory for women during military events,” says Stories. Royals.
Queen Letizia of Spain “The blue and white recall the colors of the order of Charles III, of which Queen Letizia is Grand Cross of the order”, recalls Histoires Royales.
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