Queen Letizia of Spain stuns in a smart blazer while opening a communications course in Madrid
- Queen Letizia of Spain, 50, looked smart as she opened the course in Madrid
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Queen Letizia of Spain looked sophisticated in a boucle tweed jacket as she attended the opening of a course earlier today.
The Spanish royal, 50, who is an award-winning journalist, appeared effortlessly elegant as she opened a communications course in Langreo, Madrid.
The mother-of-two donned a belted cream tweed jacket with an abstract checked pattern, silver-toned oversized buttons, and pointed shoulders.
Letizia paired this with a classic pair of black trousers, which highlighted her elegant physique.
She sported simple silver star-shaped earrings and modest black kitten heels with sling-back detailing.
Queen Letizia (pictured) epitomised elegant in a boucle tweed jacket as she attended the opening of a course earlier today
The mother-of-two offered a warm welcome to visitors with a big smile across her face.
She chatted to other attendees at the opening and greeted some with a handshake.
For the members of the public that were unable to receive one-on-one time with the Spanish royal, she offered a warm wave to those further in the distance.
Letizia looked in high spirits as she posed by a sign marking the special occasion.
The sign read: ‘Her Majesty The Queen, I inaugurate the 2023-2024 professional training course at the integrated communication, image and sound centre.’
She wore her shiny brunette locks tied back in a classic ponytail, a practical approach for the busy day.
The Queen also opted for natural makeup and wore a touch of lip gloss and mascara, along with her signature smoky bronze eye shadow.
Letizia often spends time visiting schools across Spain, and earlier this week, she inaugurated the school year in Santiago de Comostela.
The mother-of-two offered a warm welcome to members if the public with a big smile across her face, and greeted some with a handshake
The Spanish royal, 50, who is an award-winning journalist, appeared effortlessly elegant as she went to the communications course opening in Langreo, Madrid
Letizia often spends time visiting schools across Spain, and earlier this week, she inaugurated the school year in Santiago de Comostela
The Spanish royal showed off her chic sense of style in a strikingly bold, yet elegant ensemble as she visited the school in north west Spain.
The Queen wore a Parisian-style striped white and navy top which had three-quarter-length sleeves and a high neckline.
Letizia visited the CEIP Plurilingüe do Camiño Inglés school, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
The director of the centre, Francisco Ávila, said he viewed the visit from the Queen as ‘a unique opportunity’ to highlight the work carried out by the centre, local media La Vanguardia reported.
Letizia tucked the top into a pair of smart navy suit trousers and opted to wear a belt, which cinched in her waist.
Letizia wore her shiny brunette locks tied back in a classic ponytail, a practical approach for the busy day
The former journalist finished her look by wearing a pair of Carrie Blue Suede Sling Back heels from Isabel Abdo.
The Queen wore three silver diamante hoops in each year and opted for natural makeup, along with her signature smoky eye shadow.
The royal smiled as she walked around the building, accompanied by officials such as the Minister of Education, Pilar Alegría, the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, and the president of the Parliament of Galicia, Miguel Ángel Santalices.
It’s been a busy couple of months for the Queen, from travelling to Australia to watch her national woman’s football team win the World Cup, to saying goodbye to both of her daughters.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia have an empty nest after their youngest daughter, Infanta Sofía, 16, moved to Wales last month.
Letizia looked in high spirits as she chatted with members of the public at the event in Madrid today
Letizia looked in high spirits as she posed by a sign marking the special occasion. The sign read: Her Majesty The Queen, I inaugurate the 2023-2024 professional training course at the integrated communication, image and sound centre’
The Queen also opted for natural makeup and wore a touch of lip gloss and mascara, along with her signature smoky bronze eye shadow
Sofía, 16, left her residence at ‘Prince Pavilion’ near Zarzuela Palace to start school at UWC Atlantic College in the Welsh county of Vale of Glamorgan.
The school is often referred to as ‘Hippie Hogwarts’ thanks to its progressive approach to education and picturesque castle setting.
The college is based at St Donat’s Castle, south Wales in a 12th century castle set in 122 acres of woodland and farmland with its own valley and seafront.
It was founded in German educationalist Kurt Hahn, is situated at the 12th century St Donat’s Castle on the country’s south coast and costs a whopping £67,000 per year for courses including Tai Chi, the theory of knowledge and Tibetan literature.
Meanwhile the King and Queen’s eldest daughter, Princess Leonor, 17, also left to go to military academy last month.
The heir to the Spanish throne must complete the three years in line with tradition as she follows the path of her father, King Felipe.
Rather like a boarding school, General Military Academy of Zaragoza follows a strict timetable during the week. but Leonor will be free to return home at the weekends if she’s not on manoeuvres.
After training at the General Military Academy in Zaragoza, which is Spain’s equivalent to Sandhurst, she will go to naval school, and will complete her three years at the General Air Academy.
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