List of titles and honours of Queen Letizia of Spain

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Queen Letizia of Spain is the wife of King Felipe VI. She has received numerous titles, decorations, and honorary appointments, since marrying Felipe. Where two dates are shown, the first indicates the date of receiving the award or title and the second indicates the date of its loss, renunciation or when its use was discontinued.

Spanish honours[edit]

Foreign honours[edit]

Honorific eponyms[edit]

  •  Spain
    • Elche, Alicante: Colegio de Educación Infantil y Primaria Princesa de Asturias (Infantile and Primary Education Public School Princess of Asturias) [32]
    • Santander: Centro de Acogida Princesa Letizia (Reception Center Princess Letizia) [33]

Other honours[edit]

  •  Spain
    • Asociación Española contra el Cáncer y de su Fundación Científica (Spanish Association Against Cancer and of its Scientific Foundation): Honorary President
    • "Larra" Award for the most distinguished young journalist of the year, Madrid Press Association (2000)[34][35]
    • Hija Adoptiva de Ribadesella (Adoptive Daughter of Ribadesella), Asturias (2004)
    • Hija Predilecta de Oviedo (Favourite Daughter of Oviedo), Asturias (2007)

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ (Spanish) [1] BOE 04-05-22, Spanish Official Journal (accessed on 31 October 2008)
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  4. ^ There has been no new appointments after Queen Sofía, although it formally remains in effect, it can be considered that this order is de facto extinct. (Spanish) Royal Order of Queen Maria. Blasones hispanos. Retrieved April 15, 2015
  5. ^ (Spanish) The Prince imposes dona Letizia the Dame Ribbon of Royal Masterhood of Cavalry of Seville, 08-11-21/ (accessed on 25 March 2013)
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  7. ^ Noblesse et Royautes, State visit of Argentina in Spain, 9 February 2009
  8. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés" (French), State visit of Chile in Spain, March 2011
  9. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Chile a España
  10. ^ Dinatías
  11. ^ Hola
  12. ^ Estonian State Decorations – Bearers of decorations, Letizia – official website of the President of the Republic of Estonia
  13. ^ Noblesse et Royautés, Photo taken during Sarkozy's visit in Madrid, in April 2009.
  14. ^ Getty Images, State Visit of Hungarian President, January 2005, Group photo, Felipe & Letizia, Letizia
  15. ^ Latvian Presidency, Recipients list (.doc)
  16. ^ Getty Images, State Visit of Latvian President, October 2004, Group photo, Juan Carlos & Letizia and Felipe & Letizia
  17. ^ See the 1st photo in this serie
  18. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés" (French), State visit of Lebanon in Spain, October 2009
  19. ^ [* "Blauw Bloed"]. 2014-10-16. Retrieved 2014-10-16. 
  20. ^ State Visit of Mexican President, 11 June 2008, Group photo
  21. ^ Getty Images, Visit to Morocco, July 2014, Group photo
  22. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés", State visit of Panama in Spain, November 2008
  23. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Perú a España
  24. ^ Letizia wearing the order
  25. ^ "Photo". 
  26. ^ Getty Images, State visit of Philippines President in Spain, December 2007, Group Photo
  27. ^ For the sake of identification of the Order of the Golden Heart, here is a page about another recipient
  28. ^ Portugal
  29. ^ Romanian Presidency, Faithful Service recipients list (.xls)
  30. ^ Getty Images, State visit of Romanian President in Spain, November 2007, Group Photo.
  31. ^ See the 3rd photo in this serie. The wider sash of the order is not to be mistaken with the narrower one of the Order of Charles III (2nd & 5th photos)
  32. ^ (Spanish) A.M.P.A. - C.E.I.P. Princesa de Asturias (accessed on 25 March 2013).
  33. ^ (Spanish) Ficha Centro de Acogida Princesa Letizia. Santader City Council
  34. ^ Received before her time as consort to Prince Felipe.
  35. ^ (Spanish) Letizia "Premio Larra", Asociación de la Prensa de Madrid.