The British press usually reviews the memorable looks worn by Queen Letizia, 50. However, this time the Spanish monarch’s good taste in dressing has taken a back seat because the media focused on her hair.
It has been the British newspaper Daily Mail that has reviewed the new style of the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia to wear her gray hair.
Queen Letizia’s gray hairs
The Queen stars in a curious article in the British newspaper that has decided to review the gray hair that adorns the hair of the Queen for some time.
The Spanish consort since even the pandemic has stopped resorting to coloring to cover her gray hair to turn it into her new identity mark.
Letizia has never bothered to hide her gray hair; on the contrary, when she appears with her hair parted in the middle, she even seems to show it off. But it is something that, at least in England, is not understood.
The British media criticized the monarch with a harsh message: “Sorry Letizia but going grey just says a woman has given up,” begins the striking headline.
In a sort of open letter to Queen Letizia, fashion and beauty expert Christa D’Souza talks about her own experience and ‘asks’ the wife of Felipe VI if it’s really a good idea.
However, the beauty expert defends the Queen’s individual decision not to dye her hair, as many international celebrities, such as Andie MacDowell or Jamie Lee Curtis, have already done.
“Queen Letizia, I feel you. Why should you kowtow to the ageist beauty industry — indeed, why should any of us?”.
This article from the ‘Daily Mail’ comes illustrated by one of the last appearances of Letizia, specifically in the delivery of accreditations to the new honorary ambassadors of Marca España. An appointment in which she appeared dressed in red, with her hair loose and parted in the middle, showing off her gray hair without complexes.