Queen Letizia on post-quarantine tour of Spain: two new fashion looks
For more than a month, King Felipe VI of Spain, 52, and his wife, Queen Letizia, 47, have been on a tour of their home country, the main goal of which is to support the economic, social and cultural activities of the regions after the outbreak of the coronavirus. This week, the couple visited several settlements in northern Spain at once.
A couple of days ago, King Philip VI and Letizia paid a visit to the province of Navarre. During this trip, the couple visited the non-profit organization Aspace Navarra, which works to improve the quality of life of people with cerebral palsy, protect their rights and freedoms, and also promotes their active participation in the public life of the country. During this visit, the King and Queen of Spain took a tour of the center, talked to its chief specialists, members of the organization, and their families.
King Philip VI and Queen Letizia
At this meeting, Queen Letizia appeared in an emerald-colored Sandro Paris dress with a pleated skirt. This outfit has been in the Queen’s wardrobe for at least two years – she previously appeared in it at official events in 2018 and 2019. The image of Letizia was supplemented with white sandals with laces and wedges Macarena Shoes.
The very next day, King Philip VI and Letizia moved to the autonomous region of Cantabria, located on the northern coast of Spain. Immediately after their arrival, the couple made a day visit to the fishing port of Santoa, where they spoke with its employees and asked how their work was progressing after most restrictions in the country were lifted.
For this meeting, Letizia chose a gentle and romantic look, which consisted of a Uterque jumpsuit with a floral print (Letizia already appeared in it during a visit to the Dominican Republic in 2018) and wedge sandals – this time in deep blue.
Recall that the tour of King Philip VI and Queen Letizia in their native country began at the end of June, immediately after the lifting of restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. During this time, they managed to make 14 stops in different regions of Spain. Interestingly, in early July, the king and queen took a short break from the tour to enjoy each other’s company, unwind a bit and go to the movies.