This January 6, King Felipe, 54, and Queen Letizia, 50, have resumed their official commitments with the traditional celebration of the ‘Pascua Militar’, where a balance is made and the main lines of action for this 2023 are marked.
The Spanish consort has once again captured the attention of those present in the Plaza de la Armería of the Royal Palace, which has regained its splendor after two years of pandemic.
Queen Letizia wears a red dress by Felipe Varela
For the occasion, under a sunny and cold weather, the mother of Princess Leonor, 17, and Infanta Sofia, 15, has opted for a red dress with long sleeves and fitted silhouette that outlined her figure very well. The design is by Felipe Varela, and the queen has kept it very well in her closet. The piece uses lace in a sublime way in sleeves, neckline, body and bottom, also presents a very original detail in the neckline with transparencies as a cameo.
Once inside the Throne Room, Letizia has removed her black cape with fur on the neck by Carolina Herrera, which she wears to counteract the cold and without that piece her outfit could be fully appreciated.
The dress of Queen Letizia of Spain, is a piece that premiered in 2013 and repeated in 2017. This would be the third time she wears it.
As accessories she has used some burgundy pumps and did not want to carry a handbag. As for jewelry, the wife of Felipe VI has left her eternal Karen Hallam ring to give way to a new gold piece that she wears on the index finger of her left hand. With regard to the earrings, she has opted for the model in the form of thread of diamonds and rubies of Gold & Roses.