Princess Kate may need to up her style game now that two other royal ladies have become style icons. This Wednesday, Mauricio Macri, the President of Argentina, and his wife Juliana Awada joined King Felipe VI of Spain and his wife Queen Letizia at the royal palace in Madrid. While together, the two powerful women took fashion to a whole new level.
While Juliana Awada and Queen Letizia were together, it became apparent that their collective sense of style could not be ignored. Fortunately, we have the pictures to prove it. They walked around the heavenly palace with their husbands and showcased gorgeous floor length gowns. Awada showcased a long, pale pink gown with embroidered crystals, while Queen Letizia flaunted her thin physique in a floor-length black velvet gown. The Queen topped her outfit off with a glittery crown to accessorize. Each lady also sported their respective sashes.
As the royal women toured around the palace earlier that day, they walked together almost hand in hand. They rocked their feminine and flattering pale pink suits. Awada added some elegance to her suit with Valentino Rockstud heels and a fur coat while Queen Letizia embellished her outfit with a pink belt. Both women modeled elegant low pulled back buns. The question remains, did the royal women coordinate their flawless outfits?Awada’s style has not gone unnoticed. Even Vogue magazine named Awada one of the “best dressed” women in the world.
Since marrying Mauricio Macri in 2010, Juliana Awada has become somewhat of a social media sensation. The 41-year old’s Instagram has over 757,000 followers. When her husband won the Presidential election in December, Awada’s social status was instantly elevated. Her Instagram is loaded with adorable photos of her and her four-year-old daughter.
It was reported that Awada and Macri met at the gym in 2009 after sharing a personal trainer. They wed shortly after dating in 2010. They have one child together, and Awada also has another child from a previous relationship named Valentina.