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'Wow' Letizia of Spain shows off 'serious abs' in £50 cut-out dress – 'daring for a Queen'


Queen Letizia of Spain opted for a very daring look as she attended a Commemorative event for the World Day of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Valencia on Tuesday. The royal, 49, opted for a full length flowing fuchsia number by Cayro Woman with cutouts in the stomach exposing her well-toned midriff. The Fuchsia Ring Detail Dress was a new purchase for the monarch that cost €61.90, or £52.82.

She paired the dress, which included flowing sleeves and a scoop neckline, with small gold hoop earrings.

These earrings were from the Madrid company CXC and were designed by Concha Díaz del Río.

The E0076 Earrings were also a new purchase for Queen Letizia.

The monarch then wore her recycled crocodile-leather style heels from Carolina Herrera.

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The royal has worn these shoes for a number of years and is no longer in stock.

Proving her penchant for coordination, she added a Fuschia bag from Carolina Herrera with an oversized silver buckle to complete the look.

This item is no longer in stock but originally retailed for $807, or £652.93.

Royal fans were amazed at Letizia’s daring dress and took to social media to praise her style.

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“She sure is the only royal who can pull this off!”

Royal watcher @whitty.m commented: “This is a daring dress for a Queen to wear to an event, but she pulls it off.

“I really like it.”

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is a global day to celebrate the uniqueness and unity of our International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

Letizia is a longtime supporter of the charity, and recently visited the Red Cross crisis unit for Ukraine in Madrid.



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