Letizia of Spain recycles Hugo Boss dress for a THIRD time

Half term duties! Princess Leonor of Spain joins her parents King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia and sister Sofia to meet winners of her namesake Princess of Asturias Awards as she returns from Wales’ ‘Hippie Hogwarts’

  • King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain were joined by their daughters today
  • The Spanish royal family met with the Princess of Asturias Award winners
  • Typically stylish, Letizia, 49, donned a recycled Hugo Boss dress for third time

Princess Leonor of Spain, who has been studying at Wales’ ‘Hippie Hogwarts,’ was joined by her parents King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain, as well as her younger sister, as she greeted the Princess of Asturias Award winners on Friday. 

The Spanish royal family met with the victors at the Reconquista Hotel in Oviedo, in the Principality of Asturias in the north of the country.  

Looking typically stylish, Letizia, 49, donned a recycled Hugo Boss dress for the occasion which she first wore in 2019 during an event which marked Rare Diseases World Day. 

The thrifty queen most recently wore the dress in May this year, when she chaired an event reflecting on female leadership in the workplace in Madrid. 

Following in her mother’s stylish footsteps, Leonor, who has returned to Spain for half-term, looked effortlessly stylish in a blue, capped-sleeved dress. 

Queen Letizia of Spain was joined by her daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia as they greeted the Princess of Asturias Award winners at the Reconquista Hotel in Oviedo on Friday

King Felipe VI cut a dapper display as he stood alongside Queen Letizia of Spain and their daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia, who all donned protective face masks


Letizia first debuted the Hugo Boss dress with all-black accessories back in 2019 at an event marking Rare Diseases World Day (pictured, left), and again to chair a meeting by the Spanish Federation of Businesswomen in Madrid in May 2021

Leonor, who wore her blonde hair loose in a wavy blow dry, paired her below-the-knew dress with nude-coloured heels.

The teen opted for little make up, adding just a dash of eyeshadow and mascara, and donned a protective face amid Covid-19. 

The 15-year-old heir to the throne has been studying at UWC Atlantic College in Wales since September, but headed home for a week of down time with her loved ones during half term, with classes resuming on November 1.

Meanwhile, her younger sister Princess Sofia, 14, donned a floaty pink dress which she paired with black pumps.  

Looking typically stylish, Letizia, 49, donned a recycled Hugo Boss dress for the occasion which she first wore in 2019 during an event which marked Rare Diseases World Day. Pictured, 7 King Felipe VI of Spain (2-L), Crown Princess Leonor (L), Queen Letizia (3-L) and Infanta Sofia (4-L) greet Asturias regional president Adrian Barbon (R)

Following in her mother’s stylish footsteps, Princess Leonor (right), who has been studying at Wales’ ‘Hippie Hogwarts’ but returned to Spain for half-term, looked effortlessly stylish in a blue, capped-sleeved dress

Princess Sofia, 14, donned a floaty pink dress which she paired with black pumps. Pictured, Spain’s King Felipe (L), Crown Princess Leonor (2-L), Infanta Sofia (R) and Queen Letizia (2-R)

It comes a day after the Spanish royals attended the traditional concert of the Princess of Asturias Award held at Principe Felipe auditory in Oviedo.

The event traditionally takes place on the eve of the Princess of Asturias Award, but was cancelled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.     

Sharing its name with Leonor, who is heir to the Spanish throne and holds the title of Princess of Asturias, the annual awards are presented to individuals or organisations who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities, and public affairs. 

The Princess of Asturias Awards was established in 1980 by Felipe, who was then heir to the throne, before he ascended the throne in 2014.

The event was established to consolidate links between the autonomous community Principality of Asturias and the King, as well as to encourage scientific, cultural and humanistic development.

Each year the recipients of the awards receive a sculpture created by Spanish prestigious sculptor Joan Miró.

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