Queen Letizia of Spain looks chic in an all-white ensemble in Madrid



Minimalist queen! Letizia of Spain looks chic in an all-white ensemble – and a matching face mask – as she joins her husband King Felipe VI at the Madrid art fair

  • Queen Letizia of Spain went out to Madrid alongside her husband, King Felipe VI
  • Participation in the inauguration of the 40th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair
  • The mother-of-two donned a white poplin top paired with matching linen pants










Queen Letizia looked distinctively elegant this morning as she stepped out in Madrid with her husband, King Felipe VI.

The Spanish royal donned an all-white ensemble as she attended the inauguration of the 40th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair in the country’s capital today.

Mother of two Letizia, 48, mastered the two-tone wardrobe by opting for a white poplin top with a haute couture cape effect paired with matching light linen pants for the event.

She paired her look with a pair of dainty earrings decorated with white flowers and wore a trendy leather crossbody bag, while sporting nude stilettos.

Queen Letizia looked distinctively stylish this morning as she stepped out in an all-white ensemble in Madrid

The Spanish monarch joined her husband, King Felipe VI, as she today attended the inauguration of the 40th edition of the International Contemporary <a class=Art Fair in the country’s capital.” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

The Spanish monarch joined her husband, King Felipe VI, as she today attended the inauguration of the 40th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair in the country’s capital.

Letizia kept her look simple by putting her brown braids back into a low, sleek ponytail.

She wore classic makeup, with just a touch of bronzer and a smoky eye, and adhered to government guidelines by covering her mouth and nose with a face mask.

The event was organized by ARCO Madrid, an international contemporary art fair in Spain that has existed since 1982.

During the next edition of the art fair, which will be held throughout the month of July, it will present a selection of national and international galleries in its various programs.

The mother of two Letizia, 48, now masters the two-tone wardrobe by opting for a white poplin top with a haute couture cape effect combined with matching light linen pants for the event.

The mother of two Letizia, 48, now masters the two-tone wardrobe by opting for a white poplin top with a haute couture cape effect combined with matching light linen pants for the event.

The couple were seen chatting with staff at the event hosted by ARCO Madrid, an international contemporary art fair in Spain that has been in existence since 1982.

The couple were seen chatting with staff at the event hosted by ARCO Madrid, an international contemporary art fair in Spain that has been in existence since 1982.

The couple appeared in good spirits and could be seen examining the artwork closely and chatting with exhibit staff.

The couple appeared to be in good spirits and could be seen examining the artwork closely and chatting with exhibit staff.

The couple appeared to be in good spirits and could be seen examining the artwork closely and chatting with exhibit staff.

King Felipe cut a beautiful figure in a gray suit paired with a white shirt, peach silk tie and brown leather shoes. He also donned an inside face cover during the event.

It’s been a busy week for Letizia who attended a meeting with the Abertis Foundation on Tuesday before heading solo to the Unicef ​​75th anniversary exhibition in the Spanish capital.

She paired her look with a pair of dainty earrings decorated with white flowers and wore a trendy leather crossbody bag, while wearing nude stilettos

She paired her look with a pair of dainty earrings decorated with white flowers and wore a trendy leather crossbody bag, while wearing nude stilettos

Letizia wore classic makeup, with just a touch of bronzer and a smoky eye, and adhered to government guidelines by covering her mouth and nose with a face mask in the <a class=gallery” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

Letizia wore classic makeup, with just a touch of bronzer and a smoky eye, and adhered to government guidelines by covering her mouth and nose with a face mask in the gallery

Letizia, Honorary President of the Spanish UNICEF Committee, attended an exhibition marking the organization’s 75th anniversary.

UNICEF operates in around 190 countries and territories, taking concrete action to reach excluded children.

Over the weekend, she presented a summer exhibition by joining her husband, King Felipe VI, to host the lunch of United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the Royal Palace in Madrid.


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