The Spanish royal, Queen Letizia, is opposed to revealing images that would reveal one of her surgeries
Queen Letizia has undergone many changes since it is with King Philip, some of them may have been appreciated to the point of the label it as a ” morph “, as indicated, is not the same as two decades ago.
As we well know, before becoming the wife of today’s King Felipe, Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano, was the presenter of the news on Spanish Television with Alfredo Urdaci.
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Now, she is leading a nation with her husband and a well-established family. However, during these years not only has his status changed but also a series of ” physical changes “.
According to several sources close to the Queen Consort, he sacrificed many things on a personal level, including his physical appearance after he underwent a “rhinoplasty” in 2008, apparently not only out of vanity or mere whim but also dealing with respiratory problems, and this same they assure was confirmed by the Palacio de la Zarzuela
But other rumors assure that it would not be the only surgery she underwent, despite the fact that the rest have been flatly denied, as they describe, the royal underwent an otoplasty to reposition her ears, as well as a mentoplasty, an operation on the lips.
So far, the total of Queen Letizia’s surgeries are a mystery, despite all that, it is worth mentioning that the Spanish monarch today looks resplendent and that she has done an excellent job under the hand of King Felipe.
Currently, the monarch wears a face with a more defined and slender contour, likewise, she has undergone various changes in the shape of her hair that have given her an air that is more in line with the role she plays today in front of the Spanish Royal House.
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