The Queen of Spain Letizia falls on a researcher who wears the same dress as her and has fun

During a prize-giving ceremony, organized in Mérida, the two women realized that they were wearing the same dress from the Spanish brand Mango, sold for 49.99 euros.

During her public appearances, the Queen of Spain Letizia often favored looks made up of pieces at affordable prices. But this Wednesday, at a ceremony in Mérida, the Spanish sovereign was not the only one to opt for a low-budget outfit.

Present to present several prizes to personalities who promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in Spain, the sovereign appeared wearing a two-tone midi dress from the Spanish brand Mango. Exactly the same as the one chosen by the researcher Inmaculada Vivas. The latter, winner of one of the prizes awarded by the sovereign, also wore the garment, sold for 49.99 euros and now almost sold out, as reported by the Huffington Post Spain.

A funny situation

As soon as she entered the auditorium, Queen Letizia therefore struggled to hide her surprise in the face of her twin outfit. All smiles, she had fun with the situation by inviting the researcher to come and pose by her side to immortalize this funny moment in a photo.

By publicly appearing in Zara, Mango, H&M, the fashion-savvy Queen of Spain proves that low prices and elegance are compatible. In 2010, the sovereign had encountered a similar scenario by wearing the same dress, also from the Mango brand, as the Spanish television host Belen Esteban.

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