This is how the most influential foreign press sees Queen Letizia: from “middle class” journalist to glamorous queen

In a
review of his life in images, on the occasion of its 51 years, the prestigious
tatler magazine, the bible of the British aristocracy, baptized Doña Letizia this week as “one of the most glamorous royals.” The report is headed by one of the images of Queen Letizia in the women’s football final in Sydney and then includes photographs of her time as a journalist, of her presentation to the press, when her engagement to Don Felipe was announced, of her request hand and their wedding.

In a
chronological reviewphotographs also appear of the queen in her years as a princess, in various official events alone and with the king, with Princess Leonor in her arms, during a vacation in Mallorca, at the presentation of the heiress to the Virgin of Atocha and during the funeral of Erika, Doña Letizia’s little sister, in 2007, as well as the day of Don Felipe’s proclamation.

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The photos show the evolution of her style and her hair and makeup, and close the collection with her last public appearances, among them that of the Coronation of Charles III, in London, whose bubblegum pink styling with a very elegant hat in a natural tone gave the Around the World.

According to the magazine, Doña Letizia comes from a «
middle class family», from northern Spain. Following her father, Letizia “shows the ambition of becoming a journalist” and remembers that, during her career, she covered events such as the September 11 attacks or the Iraq war. She also remembers her first marriage to the writer Alonso Guerrero and her divorce, a year later. The magazine also reports that Don Felipe and Doña Letizia met at a mutual friend’s dinner, two years before getting married.

He describes May 22, 2004, the wedding of the Kings, as “a happy and glamorous day that seemed like a fairy tale and caused headlines around the world” and says that Doña Letizia “was forced” to abandon her career. as a journalist to devote himself to his royal duties. According to the British publication, both Mrs. Letizia and Mr. Felipe have been
praised for their work as kingsespecially for its recognition of the LGTBI community.

Queen Letizia married King Felipe VI in 2004 wearing a Pertegaz dress. /


The international press loves Queen Letizia (and her style)

This is not the first time that the international press has dedicated an extensive report to the queen. The British press, like the
Daily Mailregularly dedicates articles about her style and takes note of events in the royal family, such as Infanta Sofia’s trip to her Welsh boarding school, Princess Leonor’s entry to the military academy.

The last article includes the queen’s attendance at the beginning of the season at the Teatro Real, where, according to the publication, Doña Letizia wore a design inspired by the Hollywood “glamour” of Audrey Hepburn, honoring her “usual style.” chic”, showing again his “well toned arms”.

Daily Mail has also followed news about his diet and fitness regime. In a recent and extensive article about her birthday, the British publication remembers that Doña Letizia is the first Spanish queen born in Spain, since 1878, and the first commoner.

Recently, the
British edition of Harper’s Bazaar He echoed his style at the presentation of the First Prizes of La Vanguardia, at the National Museum of Art of Catalonia, last Monday, and described it as “dreamlike.”

For the publication, Mrs. Letizia is
the royal with “more glamour”. For the international edition of Vogue, Doña Letizia stands out for her love of accessible fashion, without losing an iota of elegance. The most prestigious international fashion publication described her pink outfit at the coronation of Charles III as a “stroke of glamour.”

The magazine comments that the queen has always had a more risky approach to fashion than her royal contemporaries, showing her gray hair, wearing backless dresses or a “cut out” design that showed off her abs. For Vogue it is “a refreshing way to renew the formality of royal events.”

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