Every little gesture of the Queen Letizia it is subjected to tremendous scrutiny, not only in Spain but outside our borders. The queen has become a fashion icon abroad and the main international headlines highlight her style and almost always approve or give an outstanding to her choices. Therefore, it is not surprising that now the British media Royal Central, which accounts for all the movements of royalty, has wanted to find a hidden meaning in the elections of the woman of Felipe VI during the recent tour of Spain.Although the exile of King Juan Carlos has been reported on Monday, this movement had been brewing for weeks, so they infer that the choice of green in many of his garments could be due to a gesture of showing his demand for the institution. It is known that this color has been used to show support for the monarchy since the 1930s, since GREEN encloses the message “Long live the King of Spain”.
Felipe and Letizia in Mérida. (EFE)
We have to go back to 1931 when King Alfonso XIII and his family left Spain and settled in Italy, in whose capital, Rome, the King Juan Carlos in 1938. For this reason, his followers in Spain began to use this color, both in clothing and in the ink with which they wrote their messages, to convey their support for the monarch in exile.
During this last month there have been several occasions in which Felipe and Letizia They have used green in their garments, which, according to the aforementioned publication, could be a no coincidence gesture at a time when some political parties and some sectors of the population are questioning the institution. As for the king, we must highlight the shirt he wore during his visit to Mérida on July 22, where they were visiting the Roman Museum and attended the prestigious theater festival.
The kings in Tenerife. (EFE)
Letizia, for her part, on July 27, also chose a dress by Sandro Paris in that color for her visit to Navarra, where they attended the Ramón y Cajal center of the Cerebral Palsy Association in Cizur Menor and the Veridas technology company, in Tajonar. Also on her way through Tenerife we saw her in a lowered Zara dress, which only cost € 25 in a shade of that duller color, while on her way through the Basque Country she required one of her most celebrated garments with a profuse print , also from the same Inditex firm. A green print was also the protagonist in one of her favorite Pedro del Hierro suits, which she put on again. Santiago de Compostela.
Has the choice of green been accidental or premeditated? Only kings and their environment have the answer.
The kings in Santiago de Compostela. (EFE)