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Michelle Obama & Princess Letizia Meet At Marivent Palace: Fashion Face-Off! (PHOTOS, POLL)

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In the style moment we've been waiting for, Michelle Obama finally met Princess Letizia on Sunday at the Marivent Palace in Palma de Mallorca. The King, Queen and Sasha were there, as well. Michelle wore a white bowed blouse, full rose-colored skirt and shiny flats, while Letizia opted for a one-shouldered white dress with an embellished neckline and taupe heeled sandals. Take a look at what they wore and scroll down to tell us what you think, and to read the AP story.

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From the Associated Press:

PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain -- U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha had lunch with Spain's king and queen on Sunday at the royal family's holiday retreat on the resort island of Mallorca in the Mediterranean.

Mrs. Obama and her daughter arrived at Marivent palace shortly before 1 p.m. and were greeted at the front door of the residence by King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia and Princess Letizia.

The king, a keen yachtsman, has for decades spent August vacations at the palace with its dramatic cliff-top views of the sea on the Balearic island's southwestern coast near Palma de Mallorca.

Lunch was Andalusian-style chilled gazpacho soup, chargrilled turbot, veal escalopes with mustard, Oriental rice with sauteed mushrooms, a Mallorca-style vegetable ratatouille and sliced fruit with ice cream, accompanied by wines from the northern regions of Rueda and Rioja, the palace said.

The lunch meeting marked the end of a five-day private visit to Spain by Mrs. Obama, who toured beauty spots in the southern region of Andalusia including Marbella, Ronda and the Alhambra palace in Granada.

The king gave Mrs. Obama some seeds for the White House garden as a parting gift, while the queen made a present of handicrafts typical of Mallorca, the palace said.

After lunch the first lady's party was due to fly back to the United States aboard Air Force Two.

Associated Press writer Harold Heckle in Madrid contributed to this report.

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