Elegant Queen of Spain Letizia in Beautiful Red for a Meeting with Scientist

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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Spanish King Felipe and Queen Letizia presided over the meeting with scientists and researchers of success in Spain on Wednesday, at the Royal Palace of El Pardo in Madrid.

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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The working meeting “Encounter with Science: Spanish research in the XXI Century”, was held with senior and junior scientists of success in Spain chosen by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities.

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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The meeting has been articulated around the present and future of science in Spain, in which scientists have contributed their vision in relation to the situation and the future of science in Spain. 

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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The topics of discussion on this occasion were: “Research in Spain in the XXI century: Emerging areas, multi and trans disciplinary”, “Challenges of the Spanish science system”, “What university do we want in Spain in 2030?” and “The transfer of knowledge and its impact on the Spanish economy and society”.

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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After the meeting, King and Queen accompanied by the scientist had a talk in the palace gardens.

Felipe and Letizia with Scientists in a meeting at Palace
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For the day, Queen Letizia brought back an ensemble she debuted at the meetig of BBVA in January this year. Letizia wore a new ensemble from Hugo Boss having ‘Frankie’ dark red cuff detail wool sweater with the ‘Trima’ dark red cropped wide-leg trousers.

Hugo Boss Frankie Cuff Detail Wool Sweater
Hugo Boss Frankie Cuff Detail Wool Sweater

Knitted from lightweight mercerized wool, the Hugo Boss Frankie Cuff Detail Wool Sweater features crew neckline and metal buttons gleam at the extended cuffs. The $195 sweater is currently on sale and is available for $116.

Hugo Boss 'Trima' dark red cropped wide-leg trousers
Hugo Boss ‘Trima’ dark red cropped wide-leg trousers

The Cropped wide-leg trousers is described as, “Cropped culotte-style trousers by BOSS Womenswear, cut with a high waist for a feminine silhouette. Crafted in Portuguese micro fabric with a bonded structure, these wide-leg trousers offer a regular fit, dividing seams and a fabric belt with eyelet details and an oversized buckle”. Originally £219 trouser is now retailing for £149.

Magrit Leather Pumps
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Spanish Queen paired the outfit with black accessories. She was wearing a custom made black Magrit Leather Pumps and carried a black bag that was difficult to identify due to the lack of clear picture.

Chanel 'Comete'diamond earrings
Chanel ‘Comete’diamond earrings

Letizia finished her look with Chanel ‘Comete’diamond earrings.

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Queen Letizia in Familiar Red for the National Cultural Awards

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain presented the National Cultural Awards for the year 2017 at the National Museum of the Prado in Madrid.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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Upon arrval, they were received by the Minister of Culture and Sports and the director of the National Museum of the Prado.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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The Royal couple took their seats in the Museum before the awards.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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The awards, granted by the Ministry of Culture and Sports and grouped by different thematic areas, are intended to promote cultural activities, understanding as a service to citizens, and to express the recognition of  of people or institutions that , either with their works, or through their active participation in various areas of artistic or literary creation, contribute to the enrichment of Spain’s cultural heritage.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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This year awards were presented in 6 categories: Fine Arts, Book Reading, Performing Arts & Music, Historical Heritage, Cultural Industries, Bullfighting. Felipe and Letizia presenting the awards to the winners.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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Spekaing at the event King Felipe said, “Today is a day in which we celebrate both the milestones of the Spanish creation and the dedication and daily exercise that make them possible. The result is a lot of effort, a lot of imagination and a lot of inspiration, these are necessary faculties for life, not only for artistic creation, all our efforts demand that we put our hearts into them, that we give the best of ourselves and, at the same time, we are willing to receive the unexpected, that we give an opportunity to the world of imagination, which has to tell us so much when we stop to listen to it “.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain at National Clutural Awards
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After the award ceremony, the royal cople visited Villanueva building in front of the painting “El paso de la lagoon Estigia”, they signed the commemorative book of the 200th Anniversary of the Prado Museum. Felipe and Letizia stood for a group photo with the winners.

Intropia copper and Burugndy Flared Cut dress
Intropia copper and Burugndy Flared Cut dress

For the event, Letizia chose Intropia copper and Burugndy Flared Cut dress. She first wore this dress in November 2018 on the last day of Peru visit.

Queen Letizia Debra model made in Bordeaux by Lodi
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Queen paired the dress with Lodi Debra pumps.

TOUS black diamond long chain earrings
TOUS black diamond long chain earrings

Her TOUS black diamond long chain earrings finished the look.

 

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Queen Letizia joined Prince Charles of Wales for Exhibition Inauguration in Stunning Carolina Herrera Dresss

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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Today, Queen Letizia of Spain was back in London after 2 years of the State visit in July 2017. She travelled to London to inaugurate an exhibition the “Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light” at National Gallery with Prince Charles of Wales.

Spanish Monarch received a traditional English royal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh
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The exhibiton is organised by the National Gallery and the National Gallery of Ireland and  Iberia, with the additional sponsorship of the Center for Hispanic Europe Studies and Hannah Rothschild CBE, in collaboration with Acción Cultural Spain, Museo Sorolla, Madrid and curated by Christopher Riopelle, The Neil Westreich Curator of Post 1800 Paintings at the National Gallery, London. Prince Charles of Wales is the patron of National Gallery.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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Queen was accompanied by the Minister of Culture and Sports for the visit. Prince Charles welcomed the Queen at the National Gallery.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The last time Queen met British heir in July 2017 during the State Visit.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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It is the first major exhibition in the UK for over a century of the artist known as Spain’s Impressionist, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863–1923) The exhibtion will be open to the public at the National Gallery in spring 2019 from March 18 to July 07.

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‘Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light’ exhibition includes portraits, and genre scenes of Spanish life, as well as the landscapes, garden views, and beach scenes for which he is most renowned.

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Filling the Sainsbury Wing exhibition galleries, the display will feature sixty works spanning the artist’s career, including important masterpieces on loan from public and private collections in Europe and the United States. This will be the first UK retrospective of the artist since 1908 when Sorolla himself mounted an exhibition at London’s Grafton Galleries where he was promoted as The World’s Greatest Living Painter.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The exhibtion will be held in 6 rooms of the wing. The first room includes portraits of Sorolla’s wife Clotilde as well as his daughters María and Elena, and son Joaquín, who became the Museo Sorolla’s first director. Sorolla married Clotilde, the daughter of his first major patron, in 1888. She remained his favourite model, barely appearing to age over the decades.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The second room focuses on the 1890s, when Spain witnessed a period of social unrest as well as the final collapse of its overseas empire. During this time Sorolla launched his career with a series of monumental canvases concerned with the realities and hardships of Spanish life.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The third room shows how Sorolla saw himself as belonging to the great tradition of Spanish artists such as Velázquez and Goya, whose works he closely studied at the Prado in Madrid. In his portraits, Sorolla often adopted their distinctive palette of blacks, greys and creams. He also sought to achieve the same psychological penetration and sense of human presence for which both painters were famous.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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Room Four celebrates Sorolla’s love of sunlight and the sea. Having grown up by the coast, Sorolla began after 1900 to create a substantial body of work, painted out of doors, documenting the mixture of leisure and work he witnessed on beaches close to Valencia and further down the coast at Jávea. These scenes proved hugely popular especially in the United States.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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Room Five contains studies for Sorolla’s commission for the Hispanic Society of America in New York in 1911 to create a vast mural-like series of paintings entitled Vision of Spain. For these works, painted between 1911 and 1919, Sorolla travelled extensively through Spain, documenting the country’s regional dress, occupations, and traditions.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The sixth room of the exhibition is devoted to Sorolla’s views of landscapes and gardens. From a panoramic vista of the barren mountains of the Sierra Nevada glowing in evening light to the medieval towers of Burgos Cathedral under snow, Sorolla had a gift for finding the viewpoint to best communicate the atmosphere and character of a setting.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The final room highlights Sorolla’s fascination with depicting his family in large canvases painted out of doors such as ‘Strolling along the Seashore’ (1909, Fundación Museo Sorolla, Madrid) and ‘The Siesta’ (1911, Museo Sorolla, Madrid), one of Sorolla’s most innovative paintings which, with its brilliant florescent green shades, verges on abstraction.

A video of the visit.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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For the anticipated event, Queen Letizia chose a bespoke beautiful blue printed dress from Carolina Herrera. Huge thanks to Nuria Tiburcio for the id.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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The floral print dress has a round neckline, three quarter sleeves with fit and flare silhouette. Queen Letizia Style Blog on Twitter noted that the print featured in label’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection. Nuria sent this blue gown to me, on which Letizia’s dress was based.

Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall2019 Collection
Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall2019 Collection

Here a look at the similar dress featured in collection.

Nina Ricci pointed toe suede pumps
Nina Ricci pointed toe suede pumps

Queen paired the look with her Nina Ricci suede pumps.

Queen Letizia Felipe Varela Clutch
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She was carrying blue satin pleated clutch bag that is believed to be from Felipe Varela and we have seen in past many times.

Queen Letizia wore her Aquamarine and Diamond Bvlgari Earrings for a visit to London
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Her aquamarine and dimaond Bvlgari earrings finished the look.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited London to open an exhibtion wtih Prince Charles
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I personally loved this dress on Letizia and the visit was my favourtie also as it included a visit to Britian.

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