Leonor and Sofía dazzle at an event without their parents

Very special and very busy day for the Princess of Asturias and her sister, the Infanta. Both have accompanied their parents at the events for the 10th Anniversary of the Reign of Felipe VI and have even stolen the spotlight during lunch at the Royal Palace, where they have taken the microphone to dedicate some loving words to Their Majesties. On this Wednesday afternoon, while her parents were resting, Leonor and Sofia They have kept a new appointment on their agenda and have shone with their own light.

The Bourbon sisters have participated in a meeting with young people at the Royal Collections, an engagement for which they have changed the look with which they greeted this morning from the famous royal balcony. The change has also been radical: Leonor has replaced her perfect passion red tailored suit with a midi skirt and lingerie top set with lace trim and rhinestone decorations signed by Sfera. She has combined it with some slingback pumps from Carolina Herrera that greatly stylized her figure (and that she debuted at the last edition of the Princess of Asturias Awards in Oviedo) and a matching Burberry clutch. She has also changed her hairstyle, from straight in the morning to the open waves that suit her so well.

Her sister, Sofía, has changed her centennial graffiti and cut-out jumpsuit for straight white pants, with a classic cut, and a sleeveless top full of matching paillettes from the Claudie Pierlot brand. A very bright and flattering outfit that she has combined with block-heeled shoes in a bronze tone. In her hair, she waves like her sister.

Leonor and Sofía have accompanied a group of forty young people, between 17 and 21 years old, winners of the 32nd to 39th editions of the ‘What is a King for you?’ contest, organized by the Spanish Institutional Foundation (FIES). ). Also by several mediators from National Heritage and by the writer María Dueñas, author of The time between seamswho has acted as a guide through the gallery, which houses an exhibition of more than 650 pieces, from paintings or sculptures to furniture and decorative objects, including tapestries, books and photographs.