Heir Apparent , TRF Author
Dec 4, 2004
For most people, maternity is source of beauty and the truth is that, judging by the last images of the Princess of Asturias, on the occasion of Infant Leonor’s baptism, it seems those are right. Last Saturday 14th Doña Letizia glowed, probably like never before. Her attractive figure, adorned with a subtle make-up and a smooth hair (a bit blonder and longer than the usual) shone very intensely. With her little daughter in her arms, Princess Letizia emanated an enormous enchantment, certainly fruit of an overflowing happiness. In addition to this new light in the glance of the Princess, her figure, totally recovered since hardly a month after giving birth (to the great envy of most women who have experienced being mothers) had also contributed to such a radiating image.fanletizia said:Princess of Asturias prepares to return to the normal life
This way, a new splendid Letizia is prepared to reassume, three months after her maternal leave, her official agenda.
The last acts without Doña Letizia
Prince Felipe will be one of the godparents of the first-born of Princes Federick and Mary of Denmark, but he won’t attend the ceremony, due to work reasons, since it agrees with an official trip to Latin America. Don Felipe has sent a message to his good friend the Danish Heir, to excuse his and the Princess’ absence.
Next weekend, the Prince will fly to Bolivia and Honduras, in order to attend the swearing-in ceremonies of the new elected presidents and will also make a brief courtesy visit to El Salvador, since he couldn’t attend the investiture of the Salvadoran head of the Executive, in June of 2004, as he was in honeymoon.
Although the Princess will not accompany Don Felipe in this trip - his second travel abroad, after travelling this week to Kuwait, to give his condolences for the death of the Emir -, everything seems to indicate that she will do so, for the next time. In such case, the awaited return of Princess Letizia after the birth of Infanta Leonor would take place next February 8th, for the inauguration of the new Cervantes Institute in Sofia (Bulgaria).