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Princess Leonor and Sofia of Spain take centre stage as they joined their parents in Baecelona

Queen Letizia’s sense of style is without comparison, but today, it was her daughters who stole the limelight during an event in Barcelona.  

The Spanish royal, 48, was joined by husband King Felipe VI, 53, and their daughters as they posed with the previous winners of the Princess Girona Foundation awards in Catalonia today.

Wearing a Carolina Herrera navy blue denim dress she first debuted back in April 2019 during a trip to Mozambique, the royal showcased her slender frame. 

Leonor, 15, and Sofia, 14, sported blue dresses just like their mother in keeping with the theme.

Future Queen of Spain, Leonor, who is the Foundation’s honourary president, will present prizes to this year’s winners during the award ceremony.  

The Spanish royal family attended the Princess Girona Foundation awards in Barcelona today. Pictured left to right: Princess Leonor, 15, King Felipe VI of Spain, 53, Queen Letizia, 48 and Princess Sofia, 14

The princesses sported stylish numbers for the event. Princess Leonor, left, wore a floral blue dress and a straight blow-dry, while Princess Sofia opted for a light blue frock with a trendy top bun hairstyle

The princesses sported stylish numbers for the event. Princess Leonor, left, wore a floral blue dress and a straight blow-dry, while Princess Sofia opted for a light blue frock with a trendy top bun hairstyle 

Letizia’s favourite £640 dress featured a flattering belt detail around her midriff and a small collar. 

She let her outfit do the talking and kept her accessories to a minimum, while pairing her dress with some tan swede heels.

The mother-of-two wore her dark locks in sleek lines and kept herself safe from the coronavirus with a white mask. 

She was wearing her signature smokey eye and some bronzer complimented her natural glow.  

The Spanish royal family made their way to the event accompanied by the previous recipients of the awards, who were almost all sporting blue, pictured

The Spanish royal family made their way to the event accompanied by the previous recipients of the awards, who were almost all sporting blue, pictured

King Felipe, meanwhile, looked typically dapper in a light suit jacket which he paired with some grey suit trousers and a blue shirt. 

The Spanish princesses also put on a stylish display for the official event. 

Heir to the Spanish throne Princess Leonor followed in her fashionable mother’s footsteps and sported a blue dreds with a floral number from Mango with chic puffy sleeves.

Leonor, who has started wearing heels to official functions in recent months, decided to pair her dress with flat black ballerina shoes today. 

Her younger sister Sofia wore a light blue dress from Springfield to keep with the theme and pulled her blond locks into a top knot, while the rest of her mane was styled straight.  

She was wearing nude sling back sandals from Carolina Herrera. 

While Queen Letizia donned a dark blue denim dress from Carolina Herrera she first wore in 2019, her youngest daughter opted for a light blue number and nude sandals from Carolina Herrera

While Queen Letizia donned a dark blue denim dress from Carolina Herrera she first wore in 2019, her youngest daughter opted for a light blue number and nude sandals from Carolina Herrera  

Letizia let her dress do the talking and kept her accessories to a minimum today. She paired the denim number with tan swede heels

Taking her place at the right side of the convoy during the event, Letizia, pictured, let her daughters walk front and centre

Letizia let her dress do the talking and kept her accessories to a minimum today. She paired the denim number with tan suede heels 

Princess Leonor, who is taking her place as her father’s right-hand woman, is the honourary president of the Foundation, and will be handing out prizes to this year’s winners of the Princess of Girona Awards.  

The Foundation’s main objective is to work for young people in all areas that are critical for their future.

It is a private foundation set up in 2009 and backed by 88 trustees, with the honorary chairman being King Felipe VI, on behalf of his daughter Princess Leonor.

It seeks to become a benchmark at national level in supporting young people in their professional and personal development.

It also hopes to identify young people with talent who can act as role models for other young people and launching programmes to improve employability.

Felipe VI looked dapper in a grey suit jacket with dark blue trousers and a blue shirt for the event

Felipe VI looked dapper in a grey suit jacket with dark blue trousers and a blue shirt for the event 

Princesses Leonor and Sofia let the attendees to the photocall. This year's award ceremony will take place tomorrow

Princesses Leonor and Sofia let the attendees to the photocall. This year’s award ceremony will take place tomorrow 

The proud royal parents posed with the former winner of the awards with both their daugthers on their side and with Leonor taking her place as her father's right-hand woman

The proud royal parents posed with the former winner of the awards with both their daugthers on their side and with Leonor taking her place as her father’s right-hand woman 

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