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The royal summer agenda continues. Last Monday we saw howQueen Letizia launched a message through fashion, a tactic that politicians also resort to, with a red blouse from the Ukrainian brand Etnodim. The piece with which the monarch received in audience the winners of the scholarships awarded by the BBVA Microfinance Foundation (BBVAMF) had a certain folk air, with embroidery of flowers and very pronounced flared sleeves.

Today, however, she has preferred to opt for a simple white midi dress in the audience with members of the board of trustees of the Spanish Committee Foundation of the United World Schools, at the Palacio de la Zarzuela. And it is that occupying a second plane to give prominence to her daughters, when they coincide in the events, is a maxim that carries her almost by flag, both in the Princess of Girona and in the confirmation of Sofia or the graduation of Leonor in Wales.

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Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, colorful

Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia with casual and summery outfits. Again, the first daughter ofKing Felipe VI and Queen Letizia has opted for a brand 'made in Spain'. The chosen dress is from Zara and is out of stock. The most striking detail of the design in the 'cut out' that presents in the neckline area. To this is added the floral and colorful print that brings a youthful touch to the styling. As footwear, Princess Leonor opts for espadrilles, a taste she has inherited from her mother, with green skin. The absence of complements and accessories prevails.

For her part, the Infanta Sofia has chosen a pink dress, a color in full trend to which she already resorted in her confirmation. As footwear, the sister of the Princess of Asturias has chosen some adeba ballerinas, the Fifty Flower model, designed by Isabel Moralejo. It is a Spanish firm that has revolutionized the flat footwear market and already yields to Sassa de Osma and the most stylish royals. Made of cotton fabric with multicolored miniflowers on a black background and decorated with rectangular buckle lined in leather, this renovated and colorful classic with a vintage touch forms a good team with the youth of the Infanta Sofia.

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Queen Letizia, from tip to tip

Queen Letizia chooses white again, as she did in the delivery of royal employment offices at the General Military Academy, in Zaragoza. This time she has opted for an elegant midi cut dress, sleeveless and with a belt as a detail.

As footwear, he again opts for the sensible heel instead of his unconditional espadrilles. It is a slingback model, to which the monarch is so faithful, in black, finished in point and square neckline that she already wore on World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day. Let's not forget that although she regularly uses high-heeled shoes, Doña Letizia suffers from an injury to her left foot known as 'Morton's Neuroma'.

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