Spanish Crown Prince Felipe de Borbon and his wife Princess Letizia Ortiz are pictured prior awarding Ecuadoran Raul Clemente Llaquiche Licta with the 'Bartolome de las Casas' International Prize during an audience held at La Zarzuela Palace. 'Bartolome de las Casas' prize awards people, institutions and organization defending the rights and values of American indigenous people.
I keep thinking of Minnie Mouse when I look at her feet. I do wonder if she is having ortho problems after her two pregnancies and these shoes are constructed to help her stand on her feet for longer periods of time. Sadly, I speak from experience and I have yet to find an attractive pair of heels for long periods of standing and/or walking.
The Princes of Asturias you have received this morning in the Zarzuela Palace to Maximo, Maite Cunchillos, Ramon Sanchez Ocaña, Sergio Martin, Javier Godó and Angel del Rio, awardwinners with the annual prizes that there grants the Association of the Press of Madrid.
Three questions: Why do they refer to her as Princess Letizia Ortiz? Why do they still use her maiden name?
Aren't the floral skirts with the single colour top getting a bit monotonous?
What was that elder gentleman doing at the last photo?