In front of the Royal Palace of Madrid, with a bull as a pet, wearing his most famous outfits and with yellow skin as if it were just another Simpsons character. This is how Queen Letizia has been represented by the Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo, who has already done the same with Kate Middleton.
Under the title "Divine", Palombo has not only illustrated the queen's most popular style and poses, she has also been able to capture the serious gesture of the Spanish monarch.
In this image we can see her in the famous red dress that she wore at the royal wedding of Federico and Mary of Denmark in 2004, designed by Lorenzo Caprile.
Nor did the delicate Felipe Varela nude floral dress that the queen chose for Victoria's wedding in Sweden in 2010 go unnoticed by the artist.
She could not miss the short dress with embroidery that she wore at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, also from Varela, which she completed with a striking hat that also appears in the illustration.
But not only from weddings does Letizia live, nor does Palombo, who has included in the series of illustrations some of the outfits that the queen uses in her daily life to receive leaders from other countries or preside over audiences, such as this leopard blouse that she combined with a black pencil skirt.
These are some of the illustrations that appear on the artist's blog where you can see the rest of the images, as well as the series he made of the Duchess of Cambridge with Queen Elizabeth II of England. What do you think of the result?