King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the Teatro Real Foundation Meeting at Royal Theater in Madrid. The couple holds the honorary presidency of the foundation.
They were accompanied by the president of the Community of Madrid, Ángel Garrido and the Minister of Culture and Sports, José Guirao.
The Royal Theater, according to its statutes, is an institution whose purpose is the programming and management of opera shows and, in general, musical, lyrical and choreographic activities at its headquarters.
The Patronato del Teatro Real is the main organ of government and representation of the Foundation and meets at least five times a year. The Board of Trustees has all the functions necessary to fulfil the foundational purposes and to administer with diligence the assets and rights that make up the Foundation’s patrimony.
For the day Queen Letizia chose a very feminine and relaxed look. She was wearing a blue dress. She wore a Mid-Blue Crepe Dress having embroidered butterfly motifs – a hallmark of the house Bottega Veneta from label’s 2018 Resort Collection.
She last wore the dress at the presentation of the project “Digitized” in March 2018. Made in Italy, the dress has a feminine silhouette shaped with a V-neckline and elbow-length draped gigot sleeves. Alongside pintucks that pull focus to the décolleté. The Dress is currently retailing at MatchesFashion for $2460.
Letizia paired the look with her black Magrit Leather Pumps.
Her Elena Carrera white gold and diamond Mini Butterfly Earrings finished the look.