Queen Letizia in Chic Look for last Engagement Before Kick Starting Summer Break

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Before kicking start the official summer break at the Balearic Island, Queen Letizia finished her last busy day in Madrid in a chic and elegant style. Earlier in the day, Letizia inaugurated a general hall “María Moliner” and a press room called “Larra” at the National Library of Spain in Madrid.

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Queen Letizia arriving at the Library.

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During the visit, Queen Letizia visited a workshop being held at the library. In this workshop, the experts showed the process carried out with copies from the 17th to the 20th centuries and the main sewing, finishing and decoration techniques.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Then Letizia went to the restoration facilities where manuscripts of Spanish authors of the 17th century, the autograph manuscripts of the National Episodes of Benito Pérez Galdós or the book of hours of Carlos V are being treated.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Queen Letizia observing the preserving techniques at the Library.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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The tour continued through the department of Fine Arts until arriving at Sala Cervantes, where Letizia saw some of the representative materials of the BNE’s collections. One of the jewels that have attracted the most attention has been the Madrid I Codex of Leonardo da Vinci, a true treatise on static and mechanics, with detailed schematics of mechanisms and contraptions and their corresponding explanations.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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 In addition, the manuscript Crucifixión by Federico García Lorca, a copy of the first edition of Don Quixote, a portulano Atlas by Joan Martines, an engraving by Goya and an Aristón disc by Federico Chueca were shown.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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The next stage was the press room and magazines that, at the request of the Press Association of Madrid, has been renamed Larra. The visit continued through the Larra room, the digitalization and microfilming space, where Letizia signed in the book of honour with a dedication in which she highlighted the “great privilege” that “supposed to have been able to travel this morning ( It is always a short time …) this treasure, often hidden from so many, which is the National Library of Spain “. “More than 300 years leading the enormous and valuable work of gathering, cataloguing, conserving, disseminating and transmitting the bibliographic and documentary heritage of our country, with effort, dedication and professionalism,” the Queen has written.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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A commemorative plaque was unveiled to mark the occasion.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Before leaving, Queen met with the donors and employees of the library.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Later in the day, Letizia joined King Felipe at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela to welcome the National Women’s and Water Polo National Teams participating in the Gwangju World Championship 2019.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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The Spanish national men’s and women’s water polo teams have reached the respective World Cup finals held in the South Korean town of Gwangju.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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The Spanish women’s water polo team was the runner up after being defeated in the World Cup final against the United States by 6-11 and got qualification ticket for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Coming to What Letizia Wore – Queen debuted a new slate pink coloured sleeveless top today. The top has a gathered pleated neckline and front hook closure. The label of the top is still unknown.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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Another look at the top.

Queen Letizia Adolfo Dominguez Cotton Printed Skirt
Adolfo Dominguez Cotton Printed Skirt

Letizia paired the top with her white Adolfo Dominguez knee-length multicolour print skirt that she first wore in June 2018 to welcome Ukraine President and First Lady.

Steve Madden Pointy-toe pumps
Steve Madden Pointy-toe pumps

She chose her nude Steve Madden nude pointy-toe pumps with vinyl strip premiered on July 2018. Letizia also has them in black.

Queen Letizia's Felipe Prieto flap leather clutch bag
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Two elements that we have not seen for a long time were back today – Queen’s Felipe Prieto clutch bag

Queen Letizia's Tous MoonStone earrings
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And her Tous Moonstone earrings.

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Ring
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And of course, ever-present Karen Hallem ring was there to finish the whole look.

Queen Letizia wore White floral Adoflo Domingues Skirt and Slate Pink sleeveless top for a national Library visit
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This week we will get annual family pictures of the Spanish Royal Family before they spend summer in private.

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Queen Letizia in Summer Florals for the Opening of Summer Music Course in Oviedo

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Today, the stunning Queen of Spain Letizia travelled to her hometown Oviedo to open the summer courses of the “International School of Music” of the Princess of Asturias Foundation at the Archaeological Museum of Asturias.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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The Princess of Asturias Foundation International Music School is the result of an ambitious project that was launched in 1990. The relocation to Oviedo of the permanent residence of the prestigious Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and six famed music professors (Gaiane Pogossova, Tsiala Kvernadze, Alexei Mijlin, Alexander Fedorchenko, Victor Afanassiev and Yuri Nasushkin), sparked an idea that once developed, significantly changed the region’s artistic and musical scene and help lay the foundations for quality training, not only for Asturian youths with a talent for music, but also for youths from other parts of Spain and from abroad.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Since then, the Princess of Asturias Foundation’s backing of orchestral and musical training activities has intensified, supporting numerous pedagogical initiatives, some of which have been directly designed by The Virtuosi’s team of professors. After years of collaboration, in 2005, on the occasion of the celebration of the XXV anniversary of the Prince of Asturias Awards and collecting the initiative of Yuri Nasushkin, the Foundation created the International School of Music.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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The classes are taught by a prestigious international faculty and the School has the participation, as guest professors, of some of the most outstanding musicians in the world, among which are figures awarded with the awards granted by the Foundation annually.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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During the visit, Queen listened to a performance.  In the end, Mrs Alicia Menéndez, from the technical secretary of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, moderated a “Question Time”.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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After the performance, Queen toured the photographic exhibition “Finding the ignored” by Mrs Ruth Aderson, a winner of Princess of Asturias Award for International Cooperation 1997, for the Hispanic Society of America.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Queen signed the book of honour marking the visit and met with students participating in the courses.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Letizia with students.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Before leaving, Queen received the greetings from the members of the public gathered outside.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress

Now to What Letizia Wore- Queen debuted a stunning summer look today. She was wearing Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress

The $340 midi dress with an asymmetrical hemline is now on sale for $204. The dress features Wrap V-neck, Long sleeves with gathered armholes, smocking waistline and flowing cut. It has an all-over floral print in white, blue and red tones.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress

A closer look at the waistline and hem of the dress.

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

Queen paired the dress with a new pair of earrings. She combined Coolook Matte Gold Hoops and Kraz Drops with Aventurine to make a matching pair for her look. Both pieces are available on Coolook store for $63 and $71 respectively.

Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Essential Nude Slingback Pumps with Maje dress
Carolina Herrera Essential Nude Slingback Pumps

Letizia was wearing Carolina Herrera Essential Nude Sling-back Pumps. An amazing fact is Letizia has the same style in blue, red, camel and black.

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Ring
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Her Karen Hallem ring was finishing the look.

Queen Letizia opened summer music school course in Oviedo wearing Maje Rayema Dress
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Today’s was Queen’s last public appearance before the Spanish family goes for the annual summer break. Next week Felipe and Letizia will pose for an annual photoshoot before commencing the break.

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Queen Letizia Brought Back Stylish Summer Pink from US State Visit for a Busy Day

Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress
Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress
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Today, Spanish Queen Letizia had a busy day. Earlier in the morning, she joined King Felipe VI at the Palace of Zarzuela to receive an audience from the swimmer and world champion, Ona Carbonell Ballestero.

Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress
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Ms Ballestero who attended accompanied by the Spanish coach Mayu Fujiki, and a delegation of the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation. Ona has won 23 international medals and is the athlete with the most FINA world swimming medals along with the American swimmer Michael Phelps.

Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress
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She has competed in three junior world championships, four absolute world championships, and two pre-Olympic championships and in the 2012 London Olympiad, where she won the silver medal.

Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress
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Later in the day, Queen attended the meeting of the Directors of the Cervantes Institute Centers at the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. The agenda of today’s meeting was the international promotion of Spanish Language and its culture.

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The Cervantes Institute is the public institution founded in 1991 for the promotion and teaching of the Spanish language and co-official languages and for the dissemination of Spanish and Latin American culture. Its headquarters are located in Madrid and Alcalá de Henares, the birthplace of the writer Miguel de Cervantes, and it is present in 90 cities in 43 countries on five continents.

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At the annual meeting of Directors of the Cervantes Institute, the strategy of the institution was analyzed and issues such as models of presence in the world were addressed (through more than 90 centres, classrooms and extensions), cultural diplomacy networks, the new The institution’s website on the internet, the certification offer (DELE Spanish diplomas, CCSE tests to obtain Spanish nationality, etc.) or coordination with the territorial authorities of the countries and cities where it has offices.

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At present, the organizational structure of the Cervantes Institute is composed of a headquarters and centres in the world.

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Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen brought back her stunning look from 2018 State visit US. She was wearing  Pink Embellished wool-blend bouclé midi dress from American Label Michael Kors. She first wore the dress in June 2018 when she met American President and his wife during  State visit.

Queen Letizia Michael Kors Pink Embellished wool-blend bouclé midi dress
Michael Kors Pink Embellished wool-blend bouclé midi dress

Letizia paired the look with the dress with pink suede pumps by Magrit that she wore in New Orleans.

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Queen was carrying her pink suede matching clutch from the same Label.

Queen Letizia in Pink Michael Kors Dress and Magrit Pink Suede Clutch
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Giving a minimal touch of jewellery Letizia chose Gold & Roses Double Dagger earrings that she premiered in June 2017.

Queen Letizia Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Her inseparable Karen Hellem ring was finishing the look.

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