Queen Letizia of Spain gave an informal display today when she disembarked in Merida, western Spain, to return to Madrid today.
The royal, 47, joined her husband, King Felipe, 52, and daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12, wearing masks to get to their car to return home.
The mother of two wore a long-sleeved checkered waistcoat and tight black trousers, which she paired with loafers as she waved to wellwishers.
Queen Letizia of Spain made an informal display today when she got off in Merida to return to Madrid today. From left: Princess Sofia, 12, Queen Letizia, 47, Princess Leonor, 14, King Felipe, 52
The whole family was covered in face masks as Princess Leonor joined her mother in causal attire, wearing simple blue trousers and bright white sneakers, with a light blue T-shirt.
Dressed a little more was Infanta Sofia, who opted for a trendy black summer dress with sneakers.
It marks yet another outing for the two young princesses, whose presence in the public eye has increased in recent months, joining their parents in multiple official hookups.
King Felipe also wore a relaxed look, pairing navy chinos with brown leather shoes, a matching belt and a striped blue open collar shirt.
The royal, 47, joined her husband 52 and daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12, wearing masks to go to their cars to return home
The family is returning to their home in Madrid today after a stop in Merida last night as part of a nationwide tour.
The royals have spent several weeks of intense travel across the country in the aftermath of Covid-19, and embarked on a tour of Spain on Monday, June 22.
They started the tour in the Canary Islands before going to Mallorca, Seville and Aragon.
The mom of two wore a long-sleeved plaid zip and tight black pants that she paired with loafers
The family is returning to their home in Madrid today after a stop in Merida last night as part of a nationwide tour. From left: Princess Sofia, 12, Queen Letizia, 47, Princess Leonor, 14, King Felipe, 52
This week, they had three assignments after starting the week attending the Mariano de Cavia, Luxa de Tena and Mingotie Awards gala in Madrid on Tuesday, hosted by the Spanish national newspaper ABC.
Queen Letizia is the mother of princesses Leonor and Sofia 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 anchor on the national news channel.
It was a busy week for the family, which attended the Mariano de Cavia, Luxa de Tena and Mingotie Awards gala in Madrid on Tuesday, hosted by the Spanish national newspaper ABC. They are depicted on the way back to Madrid
She then quit her job and days later, the royal engagement was announced.
The former newscaster 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.
Crown Princess Leonor, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia and Princess Sofia visit the National Museum of Roman Art during their visit to Merida, Spain
In Spain, more than 300,000 people are infected with Covid-19, with the death toll at 28,413 according to the latest figures.
British tourists were allowed to enter Spain for the first time in three months on June 21, when the country’s state of emergency ended.
At the first shutdown of its kind since the end of the state of emergency, about 140,000 people in Lleida, a town just under two hours’ drive west of Barcelona, were ordered to stay in and leave for food only or to work when it is ‘essential’.
People in a further seven municipalities near Lleida in the Segrià region have also been given the new closing order, meaning they can only go outside to buy food or go to the bank or for work if it is an ‘essential service is and cannot be done from home.