22 Sep, 2020 @ 18:30
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Queen Letizia rewears stunning Carolina Herrera dress for joint appearance with King Felipe in Madrid


BACK in Britain, Duchess of Cambridge regularly proves it with her collection of Reiss dresses and nude courts. Meanwhile Meghan’ known for her signature handbags, which always sell out the moment she comes out swinging them. It’s now near official royal protocol: it’s chic to repeat!

And Queen Letizia of Spain is no exception. She was the latest to rock the royal rewear trend with a sizzling hot red dress in Madrid. 

The queen stunned in scarlet when arrived a the opening of the Royal Theatre in the Spanish capital, recycling a Carolina Herrera gown that she has been spotted wearing several times over the last three years. 


The 48-year-old first wore the midi A-line dress at the 40th anniversary of the 1977 Spanish election in 2017 and went on to wear it again in 2018 to celebrate the Princess of Asturias Awards in Oviedo, northern Spain.

The mother-of-two joined husband King Felipe to the premiere of the opera Un Ballo in Maschera, with both royals donning face masks for the occasion. 

The couple, who married 16 years ago, recently returned from a nationwide tour during which they were accompanied by their two daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12.

Kirsty Mckenzie

Kirsty is a journalist who has reported on news, entertainment, food and drink, travel and features since 2015. She lives in the south of Spain.
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