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Old 01-06-2008, 06:01 AM
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Gala in the case of the ambassadour reception - and today's Pascua Miliar - means long dress but not tiara etc, correct?
It's the same style the wear in Denmark to the 2 new year's courts at Christiansborg, only that the don't wear their Orders in Spain.
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:11 AM
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Gala in the case of the ambassadour reception - and today's Pascua Miliar - means long dress but not tiara etc, correct?
Yes, this way it is.

If my memory does not fail, in questions of etiquette over the "gala" there is the " great gala". In the gala the ladies go with long dress, but they take neither decorations nor big jewels and the men go of "chaqué". (I´m sorry I do not know translate this word)
http://www.casareal.es/sm_rey/images...ia_real_hr.jpg

In the great gala, they take decorations and the men with "frac"
http://i19.tinypic.com/7x2egi8.jpg

In case of the military uniforms, there are determined elements that change.
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:05 AM
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Does anyone happen to know if we can watch it life on the internet? I've found this link of tve RTVE :: TVE EN DIRECTO but it is showing the news, and not directly the whole pascua militar, while it just started minutes ago!
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If my memory does not fail, in questions of etiquette over the "gala" there is the " great gala". In the gala the ladies go with long dress, but they take neither decorations nor big jewels and the men go of "chaqué". (I´m sorry I do not know translate this word)
http://www.casareal.es/sm_rey/images...ia_real_hr.jpg
Right. I think this is called cutaway or morning dress.

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In the great gala, they take decorations and the men with "frac"
http://i19.tinypic.com/7x2egi8.jpg
And this one tailcoat or evening dress.

Another question, during the danish wedding where Letizia wore these two spectacular dresses, Felipe wore a tailcoat ("great gala") - but Letizia did not wear a tiara. I guess the reason is that she was not a princess yet but only his fiancee?
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:19 AM
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Does anyone happen to know if we can watch it life on the internet? I've found this link of tve RTVE :: TVE EN DIRECTO but it is showing the news, and not directly the whole pascua militar, while it just started minutes ago!
I am watching TVE, but they are showing the Lottery right now Is there any other channel that we can watch in the internet? Thanks
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:20 AM
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Right. I think this is called cutaway or morning dress.



And this one tailcoat or evening dress.

Another question, during the danish wedding where Letizia wore these two spectacular dresses, Felipe wore a tailcoat ("great gala") - but Letizia did not wear a tiara. I guess the reason is that she was not a princess yet but only his fiancee?
Princess Leonor, the Pascua Militar is not an act that is emitted on tv.

Exact Duke, was understanding that until she was not Princess of Asturias she did not have to use tiara or have the decoration of the State. The Spanish Royal House is restrictive enough in these aspects, for example, not even Jaime not Iñaki has no decoration of the State for being husbands of the Infantas (Iñaki uses a civil personal decoration that is that of the Sports Merit).
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:26 AM
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Princess Leonor, the Pascua Militar is not an act that is emitted on tv.
Seriously? Well, thanks so much Lula, you just saved me a lot of time searching all over the internet for a broadcast. I was convinced it was always on tv, but I guess I'm confused with the 12th of October then. Thanks again so much
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I saw right now the Pascua Miliatar on tv the Queen is wearing I think a blue outfit, she looks really good, and the princess is wearing a green outfit and seems she's got a new haircut or is just their hairdo, they inside the palace listening I think it might be the defense minitry speech. And obviously the King and the Prince are wearing their military outfits.
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Now they are emitting part in TVE's Internet channel, but this it is the channel of news of TVE, in the normal television there is nothing.
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I saw right now the Pascua Miliatar on tv the Queen is wearing I think a blue outfit, she looks really good, and the princess is wearing a green outfit and seems she's got a new haircut or is just their hairdo, they inside the palace listening I think it might be the defense minitry speech. And obviously the King and the Prince are wearing their military outfits.
Thanks for the warning, great to see tve is at least broadcasting part of the Pascua militar. The Queen and Letizia look great! Leti does seem to have a new haircut, but I'm sure we'll see it better as soon as the pictures are published. Felipe looks very handsome in his blue uiform
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:51 AM
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The King of green, the Princess of green ... the Prince of blue, the Queen of blue...
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:28 AM
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Letizia seems to have recycled the jacket that she wore the first time she attended.
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:54 AM
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It looks like she cut her hair much shorter
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Old 01-06-2008, 10:11 AM
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another pic from Hola magazine

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Old 01-06-2008, 10:12 AM
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Great picture, thanks Lula. I think they all look great. I love the Queens dress, and I think letizia looks fantastic too. I love the recycled top and the skirt is absolutely georgeous. Her new hairstyle is quite nice! It makes her hair very shiny and looks good on her! I also love the happy look on the Kings face, he's radiant!! I guess that picture of the King and Letizia talking and laughing shows the good relationship they have after all.
Here's an article from hola: LOS REYES HAN PRESIDIDO LA TRADICIONAL PASCUA MILITAR EN EL PALACIO REAL
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Another one with Letizia`s new hairstyle

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Old 01-06-2008, 10:19 AM
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ABC.es: nacional - nacional - El Rey expresa su «más profunda y firme» repulsa a la «lacra terrorista» en la Pascua Militar
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Old 01-06-2008, 10:32 AM
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Wow.... Letizia's hair......

It's not a bad haircut at all, I really like it, but it's just a lot shorter. It's kind of a surprise. But, like I said, I like it.
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