The Spanish Royal Family Has Mastered the Art of the Color-Coordinated Vacation Photo
While all eyes are usually on British royal family, a neighboring European country has an equally stylish monarch worth clamoring about. What’s there to know about the Spanish royal family? Well, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia and their two young daughters are known for taking chic family portraits while on holidays.
After spending the month of July away at summer camp in the United States, Princesses Leonor and Sofia are back in Europe, and on vacation with their parents in Palma de Mallorca.
The annual trip for the Spanish royal family wouldn't be complete without a color-coordinated photoshoot, and this year's portraits didn't disappoint.
Here are King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, and their two daughters at the Almudaina Palace all dressed in shades of blue and white.
And here are two candids of the group:
Much like at last year's vacation photo call, Letizia wore a white dress and accessorized with a neutral clutch and pair of affordable beige espadrilles. Like her look? The shoes, which are by Spanish label Mint & Rose, are currently on-sale for less than $150.
The Spanish royals on vacation in Mallorca in 2017
Today, Letizia, Sofia, and Leonor were spotted in much more casual attire (when was the last time you saw a Queen in shorts?!) exploring a local food market with the girls' grandmother, Queen Sofía of Spain.
This isn't the only trip the Spanish royals have made this summer. Earlier in July, Felipe and Letizia traveled to the United States in celebration of the 300th anniversaries of New Orleans and San Antonio, and to recognize the historic ties between the US and Spain.
The Spanish royals at the White House.
They also visited the White House, where Felipe met with President Trump. He is thought to have discussed the EU's concerns over Trump's tariffs on steel, aluminum, and Spanish black olives. Queen Letizia reportedly had tea with the First Lady.
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