Today Queen Letizia of Spain travelled to Valladolid to attend the 63rd International Film Week at Miguel Delibes Cultural Center and attended the traditional screening of a silent classic film “El hombre Mosca”.
Valladolid International Film Festival (also known as Seminci or Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid) is a film festival held annually in Valladolid, Spain since 1956. Nowadays the festival is regarded as one of the most important in the speciality of independent film and auteur film.
Upon arrival after receiving the greetings, Letizia met with the members of the Governing Council of the International Film Festival of Valladolid.
The Queen attended the screening of “El hombre Mosca” at the Symphony Hall of the Miguel Delibes Cultural Center with the accompaniment of the Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra that performs live music for the silent movie.
Queen Letizia met with several movie directors and other representatives of the Seminic at the Centre.
Before leaving Queen greeted the members of the public waiting for her outside.
For the artistic day, the 45-year old Queen of Spain chose a bold and beautiful black look.
She was wearing a black leather Emporio Armani Zip-Front Pleated Leather Jacket with Tie Detail Jacket.
Crafted from lamb leather, the jacket has a pleated bodice, crew neckline with 2-way zip front having long sleeves and zip cuffs. It features a self-tie waistline with fitted silhouette and back hem pleat. The originally €1,398.53 jacket is currently retailing on discount for €698.80 at Neiman Marcus.
Letizia paired the jacket with a flared black palazzo pants from Carolina Herrera and black UFO suede mule pumps.
She finished her look with gold hoop earrings that she premiered in 2015 AECC meeting.
Next, we will see Letizia on Tuesday when she will travel to Geneva to attend the first WHO World Conference on air pollution and health.
In other news, the Spanish Court today announced that on 31st October, the Princess of Asturias, Leonor, on her 13th birthday will give her first public reading. She will participate in the reading of the Spanish Constitution on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of its approval by the Congress of Deputies at the headquarter of the Cervantes Institute in Madrid.