King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented Fine Arts Gold Medals

King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented Fine Arts Gold Medals
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Spanish King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the presentation of Gold Medals of Merit in Fine Arts 2018 and 2019 at the Royal Palace of El Pardo in Madrid. The awards recognize people and entities that have eminently stood out in the field of artistic creation, providing services indicated or promoting the teaching, development and dissemination of art or the conservation of the national artistic heritage.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain arriving at the Royal Palace of El Pardo in Madrid
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King Felipe and Letizia arriving for the event.

Queen Letizia in Green Boss dress for Fine Arts Gold Medal presentation
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The event began with a presentation that showcases the history of the awards as well as a brief introduction of the winners. There were 15 winners for the 2018 edition and 19 winners for the 2019 Gold Medals. Congratulating the winners, King Felipe said, “the winners today are indisputably the brilliant result of an immense personal effort, but you are also, to a large extent, the consequence of the effort of Spanish society as a whole to generalize the access and enjoyment of Culture“.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented 2018 and 2019 Gold Medals
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The Ministry of Culture and Sports awards the Gold Medals to outstanding talents in the fields of drama, music, choreography, interpretation. Until 1995, the Ministry annually awarded Medals of Merit in the Fine Arts, in their gold and silver modalities.  Silver Medals cease to be awarded in 1995, and as of 1996 only Gold Medals are awarded.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia stood for a group photograph with Fine Arts Gold Medal winners
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Before leaving the Royal couple stood for a group photograph.

Letizia was wearing a lovely open green shade $545 Dadoria Belted Dress from Hugo Boss
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Now to Queen Letizia Style – For the day, Queen brought back her gorgeous and professional look back. Letizia was wearing a lovely open green shade $545 Dadoria Belted Dress from Hugo Boss. We first saw the dress in March 2019 at the beginning of Argentina state visit.

Queen Letizia wore Boss Dadoria Belted Sheath Dress
Boss Dadoria Belted Sheath Dress

The stunning sleeveless dress features a round neckline, removable channel-stitched buckle belt, belt loops, side slit pockets, centre-front vent with seam detailing on the bodice and concealed back zip closure. The dress was described as, “The classic ’60s office silhouette gets refreshed on this dress with a trapunto-stitched extra-long belt, a front slit and pockets your grandmother would covet”.

Queen Letizia wore Prada Pinty-toe Leather Pumps
Prada Pinty-toe Leather Pumps

Today, Letizia paired it with her Prada Nude pumps.

Queen Letizia wore Coolook Matte Gold Hoops and Papyrus Pendant with Aventurine with Maje Dress in Oviedo
Coolook Matte Gold Hoops and Papyrus Pendant with Aventurine

Letizia was wearing a pair of Coolook earrings – Matte Gold Hoops that have Papyrus Pendant with Aventurine hanging.

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Signature Ring
Karen Hallam Signature Ring

And her Karen Hallam ring was not missing.

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