Queen Letizia’s first public engagement amid COVID-19


King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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As Spain is heading forward in the Corona fight, today, Queen Letizia stepped out for the first public engagement since her Paris visit in March 2020. In the Mid-march, Queen Letizia and King Felipe were tested negative for COVID-19. Since then the Queen has been working from home.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain's first joint public engagement during Coronavirus
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Today, King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency. The couple visited the agency to learn about the different services, in response to the health crisis caused by the COVID19.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain's first joint public engagement during COVID-19
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The couple followed all the government instructions during the visit. They were wearing gloves, mask and kept the distance from the staff at the agency.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain undertook first public joint engagement amid COVID19
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During the visit, in which they were accompanied by the President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz-Ayuso, and the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande Marlaska, the Royal Couple presided over the daily meeting held by the 112 operations in the Community of Madrid.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain undertook first public joint engagement amid COVID19
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At this meeting, they heard the explanations given by the Minister of Justice, Interior and Victims of the Community of Madrid, Enrique López, as well as the director of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency, Carlos Novillo, and representatives of the Fire Department of the Community of Madrid, the Municipal Police of the Madrid City Council, the Spanish Red Cross and Civil Protection.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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Later, they toured the 112 room where, after greeting the Head of the Room, Gonzalo Núñez, they saw the work of the 112 operators, the Civil Guard, the National Police, Civil Protection, the Emergency Medical Service of Madrid-SUMMA, SAMUR-Civil Protection, Forest Agents and Fire Department of the Community of Madrid.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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King Felipe and Queen Letizia meeting the staff at the agency during the tour of the building.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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The couple heard from the members of the SAMUR – Civil Protection.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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A group photo marking the visit.

Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Jutana Crepe Double Button Jacket and Hugo Boss Tiluna1 Dark Blue Trousers to Madrid 112 Agency
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For the visit, Queen Letizia brought back her last public outing outfit. She was wearing a dark blue suit from her go-to label Hugo boss that she also wore during France visit in March.

Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss dark blue 'Jutana' Crepe Double Button Jacket
Hugo Boss dark blue ‘Jutana’ Crepe Double Button Jacket

The outfit consists of Hugo Boss ‘Jutana’ Crepe Double Button Jacket and Hugo Boss ‘Tiluna1’ Dark Blue Formal Trousers.

Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss 'Tiluna1' Dark Blue Formal Trousers to France before Covid
Hugo Boss ‘Tiluna1’ Dark Blue Formal Trousers

A look at Letizia’s outfit in France in March 2020.

Queen Letizia wore navy Hugo Boss suit to France
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This time Letizia paired the blazer with her white Hugo Boss ‘Banora’ blouse.

Hugo Boss 'Banora' blouse
Hugo Boss ‘Banora’ blouse

Queen chose her what looked like black Manolo Blahnik pumps.

 

Queen Letizia black snake-skin Manolo Blahnik pumps
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Her bezel stud earrings finished the look.

Queen Letizia diamond bezel studs
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Yesterday, the Royal couple had a telephonic conversation with various authorities that included contact with the “Severo Ochoa” Hospital in Leganés, one of the most affected in all of Spain by the health emergency, a call to the Basurto Hospital, reference centre of the Basque Health Service to learn about the health evolution in Euskadi and an update on the situation in the Community of Madrid.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Headquarters of the Madrid 112 Security and Emergency Agency
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