how much you have spent on clothes in 2020, your most austere year

Queen Letizia has said goodbye to her most austere year when it comes to her wardrobe. The pandemic has marked the day-to-day life of the Royal Family in an important way. Thus, Felipe VI’s wife had to get used to teleworking from the Zarzuela palace, which she left behind with a national tour to promote tourism and end with the step forward after the quarantine of her husband.

Sonsoles Ónega's tell-tale gesture at the good news of her friend, Queen Letizia

Sonsoles Ónega’s tell-tale gesture at the good news of her friend, Queen Letizia

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Twelve months in which the Queen has had a clear strategy: recycle their outfits. Doña Letizia has constantly pulled back the wardrobe in what has been by far her most austere year. So much so, that Felipe VI’s wife has been the European royal that has spent the least on clothes, according to the UFO No More platform.

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Something that is not new for Queen Letizia, who is usually the one who spends the least. However, his clothing bill this year has dropped considerably. The Consort paid 15,892 euros in 2020 in his closet, compared to 42,448 euros in 2019. Specifically, Felipe VI’s wife only released 97 looks, most of it before the pandemic broke out.

Thus, Queen Letizia has spent considerably less than the first on the list, Charlene from Monaco, who has paid 106,238 euros in their outfits. Following her are Kate Middleton, with 86,800 euros, Meghan Markle, with 50,053 euros, and Máxima from the Netherlands, with 49,008. In total, royals More than € 439,000 has been spent on her closet in 2020.

Queen Letizia creates a trend with her more informal look and Paula Echevarría 'copies' herQueen Letizia creates a trend with her more informal look and Paula Echevarría 'copies' her

Queen Letizia creates a trend with her more informal look and Paula Echevarría ‘copies’ her

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A saving that has not prevented Queen Letizia from being one more year the royal plus fashion of the world according to the magazine InStylethanks to its refined style, positioning itself ahead of the rest of the queens and princesses, such as Mary from Denmark, Máxima from Holland or Rania from Jordan.

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