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Old 06-02-2007, 06:31 AM
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thats a great step to chnage for Letizia, she has always had the same style, change is good, i do to think it does suit her. I hope we get a chance to see her soon.
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Old 06-02-2007, 07:23 AM
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I hope she has not cut her hair too much, she was very pretty withe long hair and she could have wonderful "coiffures" during official acts !
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Old 06-02-2007, 08:19 AM
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It's not the first time that Letizia cut her hair more or less. During her first pregnancy she wore her hairdo quite short many often. Eveb at the begining of this pregnancy she wore a light hair layered. She was abslotly beautiful.


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It's well knowd that after a pregnancy wich is very tiring for the health it's very good to cut the hair which sometimes are a little destroyed.
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Old 06-02-2007, 02:47 PM
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Great news, I said a lot of times that letizia must curt her hair!!
I cant wait to see her new look, beautiful as always!!

I love this her hair in this pic adelaide!!
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Yeah, I heard from the Infanta boards that the Princes, Leonor, and Sofia had lunch at Letizia's dad's house with her grandmother last Saturday.
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I think she looked better in short hair than very long hair.
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can't wait to see Letizia's new hair style!
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Old 06-02-2007, 08:59 PM
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I hope her hair does look better than Princess Maxima's one...As much as I like the Netherlands Crownprincess, her hair was nothing my favorite Royal Lady's hair!!! I think that these last days, some Princess changed their hairstyles...Crownprincess Masako allow her hair to grow longer...

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Old 06-03-2007, 05:00 AM
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I hope she has not cut her hair too much, she was very pretty withe long hair and she could have wonderful "coiffures" during official acts !
No question she needed a haircut. But I hope she doesn't cut it too short (eg like Mary). It may look nice but too short hair reduces the variety of hairdo's, especially in gala events and when wearing a tiara. Letizia has great hair to work with and she had amazing stylings in the past!

Seems that most princesses have understood that point as none of them has a really short haircut (Mary's hair is getting longer again, maybe for that reason). Lack of variety means they'll be accused of a boring styling.
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Old 06-06-2007, 08:33 AM
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The suits that princess Letizia in the day of her weddings, its pregnancy and its clothes of each occasion has shone, summon to all the glances of the world to copy a style that in addition to sober and formal conserves the joy and the youth of a sovereign adored by its town.

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Doña Letizia will be the honorary chair of the 1st International Conference on Children and Television in October. The event will bring together media experts to tackle issues around the effects of television on children. Case studies on the experiences in particular countries (like Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom) and in geographic zones (like South America) will be discussed together with the results of researches commissioned to the Instituto de Estudios de la Democracia. Among the new research studies that to be presented will include “Television and Child Audience in Spain” as well as new references in terms of the “Criteria and Contents of Programming and Guidelines of Conduct”. Among those that are expected to attend are Arturo Canalda (Children's Ombudsman of the Comunidad de Madrid), and other experts like Enrique Bustamante, Eduardo García Matilla and Sonia Livingstone (President of the International Communication Association).


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thanks for the information!!

I can't wait to see her again!!!
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Doña Letizia will be the honorary chair of the 1st International Conference on Children and Television in October. The event will bring together media experts to tackle issues around the effects of television on children. Case studies on the experiences in particular countries (like Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom) and in geographic zones (like South America) will be discussed together with the results of researches commissioned to the Instituto de Estudios de la Democracia. Among the new research studies that to be presented will include “Television and Child Audience in Spain” as well as new references in terms of the “Criteria and Contents of Programming and Guidelines of Conduct”. Among those that are expected to attend are Arturo Canalda (Children's Ombudsman of the Comunidad de Madrid), and other experts like Enrique Bustamante, Eduardo García Matilla and Sonia Livingstone (President of the International Communication Association).


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It's a great news!
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Doña Letizia will be the honorary chair of the 1st International Conference on Children and Television in October. The event will bring together media experts to tackle issues around the effects of television on children. Case studies on the experiences in particular countries (like Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom) and in geographic zones (like South America) will be discussed together with the results of researches commissioned to the Instituto de Estudios de la Democracia. Among the new research studies that to be presented will include “Television and Child Audience in Spain” as well as new references in terms of the “Criteria and Contents of Programming and Guidelines of Conduct”. Among those that are expected to attend are Arturo Canalda (Children's Ombudsman of the Comunidad de Madrid), and other experts like Enrique Bustamante, Eduardo García Matilla and Sonia Livingstone (President of the International Communication Association).


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Maybe Letizia will start having more solo engagements now. Good for her. It's been a while since we last saw her during her royal duties.
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Old 06-10-2007, 10:19 AM
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It will be nice to see her back at her royal duties, athough completely understand her main priority is her children and should be.

IMO she is doing a great job and has really lived up to expectations of her. She's a strong woman. The Children and Television issue is a good one too.
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Old 06-12-2007, 04:02 AM
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The Princess cuts her lock

Overturned in the lactation of her daughter Sofía, the Princess of Asturias scarcely goes out of Palace. When she does it always she warns: only it can be one hour and a half, which is the time that has between capture and capture to be able to make her things and even accompany Don Felipe on private or familiar acts like it happened last week. Tell me those who have seen her that Dona Letizia already has recovered perfectly her silhouette and of there that has not had to change anything of her wardrobe of before she remains a pregnant woman. What yes she has taken advantage these days is to change a bit her "look" standing out the lock and a just length being left over the shoulders.
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For those of you who follow Princess Letizia and may not have been over at the thread of the Saudi King's visit to Spain, she attended a private lunch for him at the Zarzuela--there are two images. You can't see her very well, but, there she was, if you're interested.

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Old 06-21-2007, 08:26 AM
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For those of you who follow Princess Letizia and may not have been over at the thread of the Saudi King's visit to Spain, she attended a private lunch for him at the Zarzuela--there are two images. You can't see her very well, but, there she was, if you're interested.

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Thanks Lucys, I hadn't seen these photos yet. This is great. Although you can;t see her very well, she looks great
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thanks for these two pictures!! it's great to see her again!!!
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I think she looked better in short hair than very long hair.
http://www.pointdevue.fr/img/upl/Thu...vcouv73126.jpg
I totally agree.
donnaK or anyone else, please PM me or direct me to a couple of [new] full head pictures of Letizia, I've been really busy with school and exams and really I havn't had much of a time to surf the net. PS: Princess Letizia, rocks.
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