Queen Letizia news: Spanish Queen & her family wear face masks for theatre visit
Queen Letizia, 47, looked stylish in a gold pleated skirt which accentuated her tiny waist. The soft pleats fell to her ankles, highlighting the black and beige wedge heels she was wearing.
The royal sat and chatted with children – all of whom were wearing masks.
Earlier this week, Felipe and Letizia oozed glamour as they launched a tourism campaign to attract visitors to Spain this summer.
Letizia wore a red dress from Spanish high street brand Massimo Dutti.
King Felipe VI wore a navy suit with his bright tie at the royal event.
The couple visited the Prado National Museum in Madrid to launch the ‘Spain For Sure’ campaign which aims to attract tourism following the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain was one of the hardest countries hit by the coronavirus crisis in Europe.
So far the country has recorded over 28,000 deaths from Covid-19.
The new project emerged from a collaboration between the MAEC, the CEOE, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce and the Forum of Renowned Spanish Brands.
Prominent Spanish personalities have been involved in promoting the campaign, including racing driver Fernando Alonso, basketball player Pau Gasol, and tennis star Rafael Nadal.
On Thursday, Queen Letizia and King Felipe made a video presentation for the campaign in the auditorium of the Prado National Museum.
The historical venue is the main national art museum in central Madrid and is an international emblem of Spanish culture.
The museum is considered to have one of the world’s finest collection of European art.