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Queen Letizia: She creates the new spring trend with an ombré look

Queen Letizia is one of the best-dressed royals. Now, with her outfit, she has once again proven that soft pink can be grown-up and cool.

Léon – Queen Letizia is considered one of the most stylish European royals alongside Duchess Kate. With her elegant to extravagant looks, she creates new trends and sets the tone on the royal fashion front. Whether it's a short bob, dark red lips or a leather look: the 49-year-old always knows how to show off her top figure on official occasions.
Now she has shown that powder pink is the new spring trend, knows 24royal.de.*

The queen, who is celebrating her 50th birthday this September, emphasizes her curves with a pleated skirt by “Reiss” in a pink and black ombré look. She chose a simple, also pink long-sleeved shirt for the top, and a black leather belt from “Burberry” emphasizes her wasp waist. This gives the rather simple to boring style a cool twist. And although she wears an FFP2 mask in an exemplary manner during her performance, that doesn't detract from her great looks. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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