Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain wear face masks and gloves to attend the engagement in Madrid
Back to work! Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain wear face masks and leather gloves for an engagement in Madrid during a lockdown
- Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain wore medical masks and leather gloves
- The royal couple visited the facilities of the electricity control center in Madrid today
- It comes just over a week after they left their home, Zarzuela Palace in Madrid
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Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain today wore face masks and leather gloves for an engagement in Madrid – just over a week after their first public appearance since its closure.
Royal couple Letizia, 47, and Felipe, 52, made sure to take precautions against the corona virus to visit the power control center (CECOEL) facilities in the capital.
The CECOEL manages the coordinated operation and supervision in real time of the generation and transportation facilities of the country’s electricity system.
The couple left them last week House, Zarzuela Palace, for the first time since they started isolating with them there two daughters after the Spanish shutdown in March to observe a minute of silence for the dead of the country.
Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain (pictured) wore face masks and leather gloves during an engagement – just over a week after their first public appearance since closing
Royal couple Letizia, 47, and Felipe, 52, today took precautions with PPE to visit the facilities of the electricity control center in Madrid, Spain
Queen Letizia opted for a toned-down look, paired her muted tweed jacket with smart black trousers and dropped her hair over her shoulders with a slightly off-center parting.
She avoided drawing attention by wearing minimal makeup and small earrings to create accessories.
King Felipe VI looked equally well-groomed in a suit that perfectly matched the colors his wife was wearing.
Like other European royals, Letizia and Felipe had adapted to remotely implement agreements, as their country is engaged in the coronavirus pandemic.
King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia visit the electricity control center (CECOEL) at the Red Eléctrica de España headquarters
The pair opted for muted tones while visiting the CECOEL, which manages the coordinated operation and supervision in real-time of the country’s power system generation and transportation facilities
On Tuesday, the couple attended a video conference with board members of the Spanish Academy.
During the virtual meeting, Letizia wore a black and white ensemble in combination with a classic black blazer with a striped black and white shirt.
Her makeup was minimal again, and her dark brown locks fell straight over her shoulders.
The couple attended a video conference with board members of the Spanish Academy on Tuesday
During the virtual meeting in their office, Letizia wore a black and white ensemble in combination with a classic black blazer with a striped black and white shirt
Last Tuesday, meetings were held with the managers of the Madrid municipal transport company
Her husband looked sharp in a navy blue suit for their joint conference call – which seemed to take place in their office.
On the shelves behind was a family portrait with the couple’s daughters Leonor and Sofía.
Last month, the couple paid their respects to victims of the coronavirus on their first public outing since its closure.
The Royals, accompanied by Madrid Regional President Isabel Diaz Ayuso, Madrid Regional Vice President Ignacio Aguado and Spanish Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska, wore protective face masks and gloves during the visit
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain today visited the 112 emergency center in Madrid for their first public appearance since closure began
The royal couple visited Madrid’s 112 emergency center, where they wore masks while observing a minute of silence in memory of the Spanish victims of COVID-19.
The couple were joined by Regional President Isabel Diaz Ayuso and Madrid Regional Vice President Ignacio Aguado as they stood for the silent tribute.
Social distance was strictly observed during the visit.
Letizia and Felipe expressed appreciation for the work of the emergency services during their visit as Spain continues its nationwide closure in hopes of slowing the spread of the corona virus.
The couple chaired the daily meeting of Operation 112.