Queen of Spain in Classic Letizia look for BBVA Integra Awards

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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Queen Letizia of Spain presented over the X addition of BBVA Integra Awards at BBVA City in Madrid. Among the winner of this year’s award was the Juan XXIII Roncalli Foundation for Category A.

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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Upon arrival, Queen was welcomed by the administration of BBVA. Then Queen then moved to the Auditorium.

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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The category A award, endowed with 150,000 euros, recognizes the trajectory of 52 years of the entity and its work to integrate people with intellectual disabilities in the workplace, through the development and implementation of up to eight lines of activity through its Center Special Employment. Currently, 264 workers with intellectual disabilities make up the staff of this foundation, which has increased by 33% in the last three years.

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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Where a video showing the history of BBVA and BBVA Integra Awards was screened. Queen Letizia presented the awards to the winner.

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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In the “category B” of this award, four entities have been rewarded with 25,000 euros for the implementation of new projects that generate employment. The category B award winners are Enrique Burgos, Jesús Corrales, Susana Obiang, José Ángel Preciados.

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Before leaving Queen Letizia posed for a group photo with the members of Juan XXIII Roncalli Foundation.

Queen Letizia at BBVA Integra Awards
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For the day, Letizia chose a classic Letizia look. She wore Black Hugo Boss Mele Coat.

Hugo Boss Mele Coat
Hugo Boss Mele Coat

The €248 wool crepe has a classic silhouette with silver button detailing at the front. She premiered it in 2016 during a visit to the Belgium Embassy.  (Shown here in pink).

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Underneath the coat, she wore Hugo Boss Bilinka Top.

Hugo Boss Bilinka Top
Hugo Boss Bilinka Top

The €240 top belongs to the label’s previous year’s collection. The half-sleeved top featured round neckline, front pleated concealed closure. It’s available in few sizes here.

Mango Prince of Wales Check Pants
Mango Prince of Wales Check Pants

She wore Mango Prince of Wales Check Pants that she first wore in 2017 at the opening of professional course 2017-18.

Queen Letizia wore black and white Magrit Leather Pumps to Journalism Awards
Magrit Pumps

She wore the Monochrome patent leather pumps from Magrit that she debuted this year at Journalism Awards in October.

Magrit Black and White Leather Clutch
Magrit Black and White Leather Clutch

And carried a new black and white Magrit Clutch bag. The patent leather bag has a flap closure.

Queen Letizia wearing TOUS Pearl Earrings
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A pair of TOUS Pearl earrings finished her look of the day.

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Queen Letizia in Favorite Red and White Combo for Red Cross

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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On Tuesday, Queen Letizia of Spain continued her weekly schedule with a visit to Red Cross San José and Santa Adela to celebrate the centenary of its School of Nursing and the Central Hospital at Fine Arts Centre in Madrid.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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The School of Nursing and Central Hospital Red Cross celebrated its 100th birthday of service. Upon arrival, Queen was received by the Madrid Community President and Minister of Health.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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The hospital was built between 1893 and 1908 and was named Casa de Salud San José and Santa Adela as a tribute to who donated the funds for its construction. Its first board of trustees was formed in 1913 by Queen Victoria Eugenia. In 1918, a Royal Decree confers the Hospital to the Spanish Red Cross.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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At the Fine Arts Centre, Queen toured the facility that was hosting an exhibition commemorating the centenary of the School of Nursing and the Central Hospital of the Red Cross San José and Santa Adela.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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Queen Letizia during the tour of the exhibition.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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Next Letizia watched a video presentation at centre’s Fernando Rojas theatre about the Hospital-School that included testimonies of patients and workers of the Centre.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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The day ended with an act in which a student performed the basic conversational activity of the Red Cross.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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Letizia with students of Nursing School.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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For the visit, Letizia chose an outfit having her favourite colour combination – Red and White, also a colourful nod to the Red Cross. She wore a white silk-satin Banora blouse from her trusty label Hugo Boss.

Queen Letizia Hugo Boss 'Banora' silk blouse
Hugo Boss ‘Banora’ silk blouse

Debuted in 2015, the round neck top is straight-cut in flowing silk-satin. Its carefree, delicate look is achieved by the finely pleated arrangement at the neckline and concealed button placket. Queen also owned the same model in a purple hue.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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She paired it with a red Carolina Herrera skirt. Queen first wore the printed skirt in December 2017 at AECC meeting then at an audience at Palace in March this year. The skirt features white, red and black abstract print on a red base and carefully placed pleats and button detailing on one side.

Queen Letizia at the centenary of Red Cross
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Upon arrival, Queen was wearing her cream wool-crepe long coat that we saw yesterday during the National Museum of Prado visit.

Queen Letizia Red Felipe Varela Leather Pumps
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She was wearing her red leather pumps from Felipe Varela that she has in her wardrobe since 2007.

Furla Metropolis mini cross body bag
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Queen was carrying her white Furla Metropolis mini crossbody bag, that she premiered in Peru last week.

Furla Metropolis mini crossbody bag
Furla Metropolis mini crossbody bag

The petite size of the $256 bag adds a stylish delicacy to the design which features a foldover top with clasp closure, gold-tone hardware and a chain shoulder strap. The bag is also available in black, pink, red and many other colours.

Queen Letizia TOUS Bear Studs
TOUS Bear Studs

She finished her look with simple white pearl studs from TOUS. The Silver Bear $89 studs have cultured freshwater pearls set in white gold. They are currently available on TOUS USA online store.

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Next, we will see Letizia on Friday when she will preside over the BBVA Interga Awards.

 

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Queen Letizia’s artistically elegant look for Museum visit

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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On Monday, Queen Letizia accompanied King Felipe to the opening of the Bicentennial of the National Museum of the Prado and inauguration of the exhibition “Museo del Prado 1819-2019 – A place of memory” in Madrid.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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Felipe and Letizia are the Honorary Presidents of the National Commission of the National Museum of the Prado. Upon arrival, they were received by the President of Congress of Deputies and Museum Administration.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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The Royal Museum of Painting and Sculpture, which in 1868 was known as the National Museum of Painting and Sculpture and later the National Museum of the Prado opened to the public on November 19, 1819, with 311 paintings from the Royal Collection, all by Spanish authors, hung in its walls. In 2019 the museum celebrates its Bicentennial.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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A video presentation was screened showing the history of the National Museum and its journey throughout.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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Speaking after the video screening King Felipe said, “The Prado is much more than the privileged physical space of an innumerable amount of masterpieces, because, over time, it has also been erected, as the title of the inaugural exhibition of the Bicentennial, in a place of memory, of our memory”.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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The royal couple was given the tour of the museum when in Room A and B they inaugurated the exhibition “Museo del Prado 1819-2019-A place of memory”.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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The exhibition displays and promotes a journey through the history of the Museum. It shows the contribution of the Crown to the museum, the journey of the museum, its role in Spanish Society,  the trends that have guided the increase of its collections, the conversion of the Prado into a “place” that has served for national and international writers, intellectuals and artists to reflect on its past and collective identity.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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For the visit,  elegant Spanish Queen chose a very artistic look. Letizia was wearing a beige long coat.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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The wool crepe coat featured long lapel collars with a belted waistline that Letizia chose not to tie.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia at National Museum of Prado
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Underneath the coat, Letizia was wearing a grey check dress from Spanish label Pedro Del Hierro. The dress is described as, “Check patterned midi dress with open and asymmetric detail on the front. Includes belt with matching square buckle and detail of frayed finishes”.

Pedro Del Hierro Check Dress
Pedro Del Hierro Check Dress

The originally €159.00 dress retailed at €143.00 before selling out completely. The dress featured a frayed round neckline, three-quarter sleeves, a self belted waistline and asymmetric hemline. The dress was perfectly falling in the line with Queen’s quirky and edgy style.

Pedro Del Hierro Check Dress
Pedro Del Hierro Check Dress

A closer look at the pattern of the dress and frayed detailing.

Magrit Pumps
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Letizia gave a pop of colour to the look with her burgundy accessories. She wore burgundy leather and suede Magrit pumps that she premiered at the lunch hosted for Germany President.

Magrit Handbag
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And carried matching Magrit Clutch first seen during Peru visit Last week.

Queen Letizia wearing Tous long Chain earrings
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Her TOUS long chin earrings that she has since 2015, finished the stunning look.

Next Queen Letizia will attend the centenary event of Red Cross’ School of Nursing and Central hospital on Tuesday.


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