- Queen Letizia borrowed the dress from Queen Sofia and made it her own.
- Letizia’s mother-in-law wore the dress for the first time in Rome in 1981.
- Laetitia updated the dress by adding silver jewelry to the floral embellishments and a silver belt.
Queen Letizia of Spain borrowed a floral dress from her mother-in-law for her recent royal engagement.
Letizia and her husband, King Felipe VI, were there to welcome Chilean President Sebastian Piñera to Madrid.
Mail Online reports that Laetitia has updated Sofia’s dress with a silver belt.
Sofia is the wife of King Juan Carlos of Spain, who was monarch from 1975 until his abdication in 2014. The king said in a televised address that the time has come for a “new era” in which a new generation can transform the throne. – then told the BBC.
Felipe inherited the throne upon his retirement, and Letizia became queen consort.
There were rumors about the relationship between Letizia and Sofia. after the viral video appeared to show women argue after a church service in April 2018. When Sophia posed for a photo with her granddaughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sophia, Letizia blocked the camera, and a heated discussion ensued between them. Crib reported at the time.
Former Letizia colleague Imma Aguilar told Spanish program El círculo that she showed a “maternal reaction” to her daughters being photographed by strangers, according to Online mail.