This Tuesday the Kings have acted as perfect hosts for the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, and his daughter Laura, who landed this morning in our country on the occasion of a state trip that has lasted just a few hours but has been full of events. For this morning’s appointments, Mrs. Letizia has recycled her dress from tweed more mysterious, an elegant design that premiered four years ago whose provenance is unknown. A few hours later, he has replaced this simple and correct style, ideal for a daytime event, with an impressive look that we really wanted to see. After two and a half years, Gala dinners have finally returned to the Royal Palace of Madrid, and, with them, the spectacular gala designs and the most impressive pieces of the royal jeweler, including tiaras.
A great dress that enhances the silhouette
As expected, the Queen has captured all eyes with her outfit, since We hadn’t seen her wearing a ball gown and tiara since October 2019, at the enthronement of Naruhito from Japan, when he struck with a fuchsia design by Carolina Herrera that went around the world. Today has preferred to release, opting for a simple but fabulous black design that enhanced her figure. It is a black creation with a wide strap and a sweetheart neckline that enhances the chest and is surprising for being more pronounced than the ones he usually wears. It also has some strategic draped at the waist that generate that ‘wasp’ feeling, from which a flared skirt with a lot of fall starts.
As usual in this type of long dating, he has collected his mane, opting this time for a low braided bun with parting in the middle and polished finish. She has opted for a beautiful evening make-up that enhanced her look with a smoky in golden tones, a black outline and mascara with an XL effect. Completed with simple black stilettos and her beloved bag Knot by Bottega Veneta to match, giving prominence to the great protagonists of the look: the jewels.
Wear the Russian tiara for the second time
Such was the expectation we had to see Doña Letizia again with one of the incredible tiaras from her collection that even bets were made to see which one he chose this time. Among the favorites, the Melleiro floral, Lis or Russian, for which he has finally opted for. It is a spectacular Cartier piece made in platinum, pearls and diamonds forming inverted tears, which owes its design to the traditional Russian headdresses, the kokoshnik, hence its name. It belonged to Queen María Cristina, who used it for the first time in 1906. After her death, it was inherited by her son, King Alfonso XIII, who, in turn, and on the occasion of the wedding of his son, don Juan, with Dona María de las Mercedes, future Counts of Barcelona, gave it to her daughter-in-law in 1935. Queen Letizia He wore it for the first (and last until now) time in November 2018.
The emblematic chatons
In addition to this spectacular piece, the chaton necklace and bracelet set, signed by the prestigious Ansorena house and both belonging to the so-called ‘passing jewels’ of Queen Victoria Eugenia. He has also decorated his band green and red band – symbolizing the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic – with a pearl and diamond pendant brooch. He has not removed his inseparable golden ring from Karen Hallam, a gift from his daughters to whom he has great affection.
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Doña Letizia, spectacular with the Russian tiara and a new ball gown that enhances the figure