Queen Letizia of Spain officially inaugurated the Cervantes Institute headquarters in Los Angeles. The Queen arrived in the city yesterday and then held a meeting with the Cervantes authorities ahead of today’s official opening. The new headquarter will work in the city with an aim of promoting “Spanish and the dissemination of culture in Spanish on the west coast of the United States, where the Hispanic presence is especially significant”.
Upon arrival, Letizia was received by the Spanish Ambassador to the United States and authorities of the Cervantes Institute.
The visit came after the Palace released a beautiful Christmas portrait that is a picture of King Felipe and Queen Letizia’s both daughters – Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia.
During the visit, Queen Letizia was given a tour of the new headquarters and was shown various facilities available. The new Cervantes centre will also promote knowledge and contribute to other Spanish-speaking disciplines such as literature, art, music (not only Latin music) or science. The centre will also provide teachers with language training.
Heading for Queen Letizia Style – Letizia was looking stunning in a white and camel shade combination.
Upon arrival, Queen Letizia was wearing a camel-shade Carolina Herrera Straight fit double-breasted coat in double-faced wool.
The coat featured Collar with lapels, personalized horn button fastening and welt pockets and came with a detachable matching belt.
Letizia brought back her custom-made white blouse and skirt that she first wore during the 75th edition of the “Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid” in March this year. Both pieces remain unidentified but are being reported as Palace designer creations.
Queen Letizia teamed up the outfit with her Magrit camel leather pumps
and carried Carolina Herrera Camelot Colorblock Bag.
She was wearing a pair of gold hoops and her Karen Hallam ring was not missing either.
Next, we will see Queen Letizia on Friday when she will attend a FAD working meeting.