On Wednesday night, Queen Letizia of Spain joined King Felipe and the Government official to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Spanish Constitution at a Pop Concert organized by the ‘Constitution at 40 committees’ at National Music Auditorium in Madrid.
Upon arrival, the King and Queen were welcomed by the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, the President of the Congress of Deputies, Ana Pastor and the President of the Senate.
The event started with reciting of National Anthem.
The RTVE Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, under the direction of Miguel Ángel Gómez-Martínez, performed Carta Magna the Sinfonia concertante for seven soloists and the symphonic orchestra of Iluminada Pérez Frutos, and the Symphony No. 9 in D minor “Coral”, op. 125 by Ludwing Van Beethoven.
View of the auditorium.
Before leaving, the Royal couple held a brief meeting with the members of the orchestra.
For the musical night, Queen Letizia chose to debut a stunning look. She was wearing a beautiful blue satin midi dress.
The still-unidentified sleeveless dress featured a pronounced vee-shaped bodice that was adorned with blue floral detail and nude lining, high lace neckline, a full pleated skirt with a self-belted waistline with a bow at the centre.
A closer look at the front of the dress.
She paired the dress with her Nina Ricci suede pumps and carried Felipe Varela Satin clutch.
It looks like Letizia was wearing blue earrings on loan from her Mother-in-Law Queen Sofia.
Next, we will see Felipe and Letizia with their daughters Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, Felipe’s parents King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia on Thursday at the Solemn ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution.
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