Once again proving her fashion talent, Queen Leitiza of Spain looked chic in a white peplum jacket paired with stylish black trousers for a visit to Zaragoza today.
The royal mother of two, 48, was the epitome of sophistication when she joined her husband, King Felipe VI, 53, to celebrate famous Spanish artist Francisco Goya, who lived near the town in the town of Fuendetodos in 1746 was born.
The pair wore face masks and met members of the Goya Foundation in Aragon and the Goya Fuendetodos Cultural Consortium to mark the 275th anniversary of Goya’s birth.
Letizia paired her white jacket, which she first wore in July 2008, with black shorts and trendy kitten heels with a bow on top.
Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) looked stylish in a white peplum jacket with cropped bell sleeves while visiting Zaragoza today
The royal mother of two, 48, was the epitome of sophistication when she joined her husband King Felipe VI (center of photo), 53, to celebrate famous Spanish artist Francisco Goya, who was born near the town in the town of Fuendetodos. in 1746
She wore a black and white striped T-shirt under the jacket and kept her accessories to a minimum, with her usual rings and a pair of gold earrings.
Letizia kept her hair in a medium ponytail and simple makeup with a small amount of brown eyeshadow and natural coverage.
She kept herself safe during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with a white face covering, while her husband also donned a face mask.
Meanwhile, King Felipe looked at his wife admiringly as she waved at the crowd during the visit. He wore a pinstriped suit with a classic white shirt, multi-colored tie, and smart black shoes.
Letizia first wore the jacket in July 2008, pairing the outfit with smart, cropped black pants and trendy heels with a bow on top.
The royal couple wore small bunches of flowers wrapped in pink tissue paper when they attended the event in the Spanish city. Crowds in face masks lined the city streets to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.
Francisco Goya was a Spanish painter and printmaker during the Romantic movement, known for his paints and drawings.
He is often referred to as both the last of the old masters and the first of the modern, as he was highly successful during his lifetime and is now considered the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Goya suffered from a serious and undiagnosed illness in 1793 that left him deaf and his work darker and more pessimistic.
They have been engaged in royal engagements so far this year, visiting Andorra last week for their first state visit to the principality since King Felipe VI became king in 2014.
Residents of the city lined the streets to glimpse the Spanish royal family, who wore a white face covering to protect themselves during the ongoing pandemic
Letizia wore her hair in a simple ponytail and wrapped a lock of hair around the knot to hide the headband
Last Friday, Queen Letizia looked stylish in a houndstooth coat on the second day of their visit to the principality.
She opted for a business casual look with a Carolina Herrera jacket that she first wore in February to attend Maria Moliner Spanish school.
On Thursday night, the pair put on a chic display for a state dinner to mark their arrival with Letizia in a stylish nude feather top with a black ribbon belt.
The following day, the royal couple met students and staff from a local Spanish school during a socially distant visit where they both wore masks.
The natural beauty opted for simple make-up, with a light covering foundation and subtle eyeshadow with a lot of mascara
Meanwhile, King Felipe, wearing a pinstriped suit with a multi-colored tie, looked at his wife in admiration as she waved to the crowd during the visit.
The two-day trip marked the couple’s first trip outside of Spain since the start of the pandemic, with state visits previously off the map for the royals of Europe due to travel restrictions.
Andorra is one of the smallest states in Europe. It is an independent European principality located between the southern peaks of the Pyrenees and bordered by France and Spain.
It is also the first time that Felipe and Letizia have visited Andorra since the Monarch’s accession in 2014, following the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos.
The trip comes ahead of Andorra’s presidency of the Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government in April, which will also be attending King Felipe.
She wore a black and white striped T-shirt under the jacket and kept her accessories to a minimum, with her usual rings and a pair of gold earrings