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Queen Letizia of Spain dazzled in a red dress at an awards ceremony for journalism in Madrid

Queen Letizia dazzled in a red bustier dress as she attended a journalism award ceremony tonight with King Felipe VI in Madrid.

The stylish Spanish queen, 47, and the king, 52, attended the 100th edition of the gala Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards, which is organized by the Spanish national newspaper ABC.

Letizia, who was a journalist before meeting Felipe, recycled the Roberto Terretta song, which was one of her wardrobe staples in 2019.

All attendees, including the royal couple, wore face masks in accordance with sanitary rules designed to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Queen Letizia dazzled in a red bustier dress at a journalistic prize she attended with King Felipe VI in Madrid. The stylish Spanish Queen, 47, and the King, 52, attended the 100th edition of the gala Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards, which is organized by the Spanish national newspaper ABC

Queen Letizia dazzled in a red bustier dress at a journalistic prize she attended with King Felipe VI in Madrid. The stylish Spanish Queen, 47, and the King, 52, attended the 100th edition of the gala Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards, which is organized by the Spanish national newspaper ABC

Despite the face covering, the former CNN + newsreader was beaming next to her husband.

Decorated with an asymmetrical bustier, the dress accentuated her tight arms and petite silhouette.

She paired the red number with a pair of black Manolo Blahnik heels and a black Bottega Veneta clutch.

Known for her understated glamor, she didn’t wear any jewelry except a pair of Aldao Joyeros earrings.

At the start of the event, the Spanish king put on masks in accordance with sanitary guidelines to combat the spread of the coronavirus

At the start of the event, the Spanish king put on masks in accordance with sanitary guidelines to combat the spread of the coronavirus

At the start of the event, the Spanish king put on masks in accordance with sanitary guidelines to combat the spread of the coronavirus

Her brown locks were styled in a signature straight blow dryer, and a little makeup made her eyes stand up with a splash of eyeshadow and mascara.

King Felipe, who also kept his mask on, looked gorgeous in a black suit and white shirt.

After arriving at the ceremony, Letizia and Felipe put on their masks for photos and kept them on as they sat down at the dining table to chat with their neighbors.

The Spanish Queen dazzled in a recycle dress that was one of her wardrobe staples in 2019. She paired with a black clutch

The Spanish Queen dazzled in a recycle dress that was one of her wardrobe staples in 2019. She paired with a black clutch

The Spanish Queen dazzled in a recycle dress that was one of her wardrobe staples in 2019. She paired with a black clutch

Her dress emphasized Letizia's sleek silhouette and tight arms. She wore it with Manolo Blhanik heels

Her dress emphasized Letizia's sleek silhouette and tight arms. She wore it with Manolo Blhanik heels

Her dress emphasized Letizia’s sleek silhouette and tight arms. She wore it with Manolo Blhanik heels

The princess wore her mask at the dinner table while she was talking to her neighbors. Everyone present was wearing a face covering

The princess wore her mask at the dinner table while she was talking to her neighbors. Everyone present was wearing a face covering

The princess wore her mask at the dinner table while she was talking to her neighbors. Everyone present was wearing a face covering

Queen Letizia is the mother of the princesses Leonor (15) and Sofia (12), with husband King Felipe who ascended the Spanish throne in 2014.

Letizia married King Felipe ten years ago at the Santa María la Real de la Almudena Cathedral in Madrid.

The relationship started in November 2002 and in 2003, just months after she was promoted to anchoring position on the national news channel, she quit her job and days later the royal engagement was announced.

The royal couple looked smart as always with Letizia in her red number and Felipe looked neat in a black suit

The royal couple looked smart as always with Letizia in her red number and Felipe looked neat in a black suit

The royal couple looked smart as always with Letizia in her red number and Felipe looked neat in a black suit

The Spanish king and his colleague all lived on their masks. Letizia followed moments later

The Spanish king and his colleague all lived on their masks. Letizia followed moments later

The Spanish king and his colleague all lived on their masks. Letizia followed moments later

The Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards gala is an annual event organized by the Spanish newspaper ABC. Pictured: Felipe and Letizia alongside writer Maruja Torres (right), Arturo Perez-Reverte (left) and photographer Dani Duch (back row, left)

The Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards gala is an annual event organized by the Spanish newspaper ABC. Pictured: Felipe and Letizia alongside writer Maruja Torres (right), Arturo Perez-Reverte (left) and photographer Dani Duch (back row, left)

The Mariano de Cavia, Luca de Tena and Mingote Awards gala is an annual event organized by the Spanish newspaper ABC. Pictured: Felipe and Letizia alongside writer Maruja Torres (right), Arturo Perez-Reverte (left) and photographer Dani Duch (back row, left)

The former news anchor is the granddaughter of a taxi driver and the eldest daughter of Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez, a journalist, and first wife María de la Paloma Rocasolano Rodríguez, a nurse and union representative for the hospital.

She went to public high school and graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid. Later she obtained an MA in Audiovisual Journalism from the Institute for Studies in Audiovisual Journalism.

King Juan Carlos stepped down in favor of his son, now King Felipe VI, in 2014.

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