Attending the pre-wedding dinnerIs this her most princess-y outfit ever, or her second most princess-y outfit ever? These are the only two options. Not counting her wedding gown, of course, because that's a given. (And yes, I mean this in the most imaginary Cinderella/Disney/happily ever after sense possible.) I figure when this is the outfit they chose for your Barbie, you must have neared the top of your princessing potential.
At the weddingThe Spanish royal ladies don't wear hats for most occasions at home - just for the occasional royal wedding, pretty much; otherwise, it's just not a thing they do - but they'll hat up when attending events abroad. You can count the number of fancy hats we've seen Letizia wear so far on one hand. When she does do the hat thing, though? She goes ALL IN. No weeny fascinators or wimpy headbands here, no sir. Feathers! Netting! Fabric galore and more! (Here's another look at the back, there's a rosette of some sort and heaven knows what else.) This Pablo y Mayaya hat cleans out all the bits at the bottom of the millinery drawer.
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