Isabel Díaz Ayuso copies herself with this traditional look: from the great dress at Almeida’s wedding in San Isidro

San Isidro, a holiday in Madrid in honor of its patron saint. Like a Hollywood star, the president of the Community, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has arrived at the Cibeles Palace in the capital, headquarters of the City Council. The presidential look has automatically taken us to the huge wedding of the mayor, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and Teresa Urquijo. The dress that Ayuso chose at this year’s nuptials is very similar.

Speaking of Mayor Almeida, the first mayor presented the Honorary Distinctions of the City of Madrid for the festival of San Isidro. Among the jokes, the return to the spotlight of Andrea Levy, with a black and white look, the award to the art gallery owner Juana de Aizpuru, founder of ARCO and friend of the Kings; and the distinction of Adoptive Son of the city to the writer Luis Mateo Díez, who received the Cervantes a few days ago from the hands of Felipe VI and Letizia.

“Happy San Isidro, patron saint of Madrid, of the people of the countryside and of many municipalities in the region. The people of Madrid go out these days to celebrate a celebration of centuries, in this Madrid that is happy and alive as in the best moments of its History”, has shared in X Ayuso.

For this central event of the May 15 holiday, the president has made a copy-paste of the look she wore at her friend Almeida’s wedding. Both designs have an asymmetrical neckline and are raspberry colored. The dress she wears for this celebration of the Padrón party has a more classic look and is midi length.

The surprise, Andrea Levy. The one who was Almeida’s second in 2019 and now a councilor for the Retiro district, has appeared with a very classic black and white outfit.

Among those awarded the Medal of Honor, the Jewish Community of Madrid, the Vallecano Rayo and the historian Carmen Iglesias, preceptor of Don Felipe when he was young. Also, the Men G, Servimedia, the National and Municipal Police, Guardia Civil, the Spanish Association of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ADELA), the Toro de Lidia Foundation, Telefónica and the art gallerist Juana de Aizpuru.