Royal Round Up time! Are you guys liking these Royal Round Ups? I am. Here’s a quick (kind of) Round Up of Crown Princess Victoria, Queen Letizia, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Crown Princess Mary, and Queen Maxima.
On Sunday, February 1, Crown Princess Victoria attended a service at the Great Church where leaders of the world’s religions in Sweden met and submitted a manifesto called, “Refuse to Hate”. Victoria also watched the figure skating championships again with Prince Daniel and Princess Estelle. On Tuesday, February 3, Victoria attended a meeting of Sweden’s National Association of Rare Disorders, of which Victoria is Patron. On February 4, Victoria and Daniel joined her parents at the funeral of Peter Wallenberg.
On February 2, Queen Letizia was with her husband, King Felipe, to present the Fine Arts Gold Medals of Merit. Leti wore an aubergine skirt suit from Hugo Boss (she’s been wearing a lot of Hugo Boss lately), the “Jamayla” blazer and “Valessima” skirt. She paired the suit with her LODI “Debra” bordeaux patent heels, her Magrit blush patent clutch, and her ruby cabochon drop earrings. I love the color of this skirt suit. She looks great.
On February 3, Letizia attended a meeting with members of The Royal Theatre Foundation, alongside her husband. She stuck to the purple theme she started on Monday and wore a plum colored wool jacket by Felipe Varela from the Fall/Winter 2013/14 collection that Leti debuted last year. Leti paired the jacket with a grey skirt (possibly Hugo Boss again). Leti accessories with her Magrit grey suede platform pumps and Links of London “Hope Egg” earrings (that she’s worn a lot lately).
Leti was out again on February 4, attending the World Cancer Day Forum Against Cancer as honorary president of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC). Leti gave a speech. Leti wore her black camel hair Hugo Boss “FS_Jesila” blazer and grey trousers. Leti accessorized with her Uterque black croc stamped leather clutch, Magrit pewter leather pumps, and Yanes sun-shaped diamond earrings.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attended the British Asian Trust dinner with Prince Charles on February 3, wearing a beautiful purple velvet gown, diamond snake necklace, and giant amethyst earrings. This has got to be y favorite look from Camilla. She looks great. And I love that she loves big jewelry.
On February 4, Camilla attended a service of thanksgiving for the life of John Spencer-Churchill (black outfit with fur and feathers). On February 5, Camilla and Charles visited the Art Worker’s Guild (the purple and blue tartan coat making it’s return). Camilla also visited St. Bride’s Church and Poundbury Clinic for Women’s Health and Fertility, but there are no pics. On February 6, the dragonfly brooches made their return as Camilla attended a Waitangi Day Brunch (to mark the 175th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi) where she sampled New Zealand liquorice (blue suit).
Crown Princess Mary celebrated her 43rd birthday on February 5, then she and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, and their four children (Christian, Isabella, Josephine, and Vincent) took their annual skiing trip to Verbier where they had their annual winter photocall.
On February 1, Queen Maxima was out and about with her husband, King Willem-Alexander for the 56th edition of the equestrian event Jumping Amsterdam (herringbone jacket). On February 3, Max presented the “Central Child” award for the Forgotten Child Foundation (red coat and matching hat). On February 4, Max attended the Social Powerhouse Symposium (patterned coat, red shirt, large necklace). On February 5, Max opened Almere on Stage (no pic, sorry).
Photos: Kungahuset/Casa de S.M. el Rey/Getty/Koninklijkhuis