Queen Letizia of Spain stuns in a floral emerald dress as she joins King Felipe at an art exhibition
Green with envy! Queen Letizia of Spain stuns in recycled Maje emerald dress as she joins King Felipe at new art exhibition in Grenada
- Spanish Queen, 48, went to the Museum of Fine Arts in the palace of Carlos Vpaleis
- Conjoined husband, 53, in Granada for ‘Odaliscas. From Ingres to Picasso’ today
- Exhibition celebrates the work of artists who have created paintings around odalisques
Queen Letizia of Spain was the epitome of summer chic when she wore an emerald green floral dress as she joined King Felipe in a new art exhibition.
The Spanish queen, 48, attended Thursday the opening of ‘Odaliscas: From Ingres to Picasso’ at the Museum of Fine Arts in the palace of Carlos V in Alhambra, Granada.
For the occasion, she wore Maje’s floating number, featuring an asymmetric hemline and highlighting her slim waist.
Known for wearing her favorite pieces again, it was the third time the monarch wore the floral number after first wearing it during a visit to the Ovideo Archaeological Museum in July 2019, and again last summer on a trip to Palma de Majorca.
Queen Letizia of Spain was the epitome of summer chic when she wore a floral emerald green dress as she joined King Felipe at a new art exhibition
The mother of two often opts for lighter colors during the summer months and stays cool in the lightweight chiffon fabric.
She added height to her petite frame with a pair of cream pumps and wore a complementary plum clutch under her arm.
She kept safe with a white face covering, kept her makeup minimal and wore her raven locks in clean lines.
Meanwhile, King Felipe, 53, opted for a gray suit and navy tie, which he wore with a blue pinstripe shirt.
The Spanish Queen, 48, attended the opening of ‘Odaliscas’. From Ingres to Picasso’ at the Museum of Fine Arts in the Palace of Carlos V in Alhambra, in Granada on Thursday
The exhibition celebrates the work of artists who created paintings of odalisques or concubines, such as Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres and Pablo Picasso.
A champion of the arts, she attended the inauguration of the Berlanguiano exhibition in Madrid on Wednesday.
The exhibition celebrates the centenary of the late Spanish film director and screenwriter Luis García Berlanga
Berlanga is considered one of the most important writers of 20th-century Spanish culture.
Curated by Esperanza G. Claver, the exhibition features over 170 photographs from various archives and public and private photo collections.
Letizia had a long career in TV and newspaper reporting before marrying her husband King Felipe in 2004.
For the occasion, she wore the floating number, with an asymmetrical hemline and emphasized her slim waist and paired it with cream heels and a purple bag.
She worked for La Nueva Espana before moving to the ABC, a popular national newspaper.
She then worked for the news agency EFE, a Mexican local newspaper Siglo 21, the Spanish version of Bloomberg, before switching to CNN+.
When she met her husband-to-be, Letizia was working for the popular TV channel 24Horas as both a breaking news reporter and a presenter for their popular Telediaro 2 evening news bulletin.
She met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple enjoyed an immediate connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.
The mum of two often opts for lighter colors during the summer months and kept cool in the lightweight chiffon fabric, while King Felipe wore a gray suit and blue tie
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 from the hospital.
She attended public secondary school and studied at the Complutense University of Madrid.
She later obtained an MA in Audiovisual Journalism from the Institute for Studies in Audiovisual Journalism.
King Juan Carlos abdicated in 2014 in favor of his son, now King Felipe VI.O