Queen Letizia of Spain attends the National Culture Awards in Spain
Pretty in pink! Queen Letizia of Spain stuns in recycled pastel floral dress as she attends the National Culture Awards in Zaragoza
- Queen Letizia of Spain re-wore a pastel pink floral dress for an awards ceremony
- Stylish royal, 50, attended the National Culture Awards 2021 in Spain today
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Queen Letizia of Spain looked fabulous today as she donned a recycled pastel floral dress to attend an awards ceremony Spain.
The stylish royal, 50, turned heads in the black and pink midi dress with sheer paneling around the neckline, as she joined her husband her husband King Felipe VI at the National Culture Awards 2021 in Zaragoza.
The Spanish queen first wore the unique dress in 2019 for a gala in Seoul, hosted by former South Korean President Moon Jae-in and wife Kim Jung-sook.
Showing off her thrifty side by re-wearing the garment for tonight’s awards at the Pignatelli building in Spain’s Aragon region, Letizia paired the chic dress with pale pink heels and a coordinating clutch bag.
The mother-of-two swept her brunette tresses to one side in loose curls, showing off mirror drop earrings.
Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) looked fabulous in a pastel pink floral dress on Monday as she attended the National Culture Awards 2021 in Spain
Keeping her look on-trend with a statement make-up look, the Spanish royal paired vibrant fuchsia pink eyeshadow with statement lashes and a glossy, muted pink lip.
Meanwhile, King Felipe was also stylish in a navy two-piece single breasted suit, which he wore alongside a pale blue shirt, and deep red tie for the event.
It has been reported that the Spanish king will be presiding over the awards, which recognise those who have contributed to the enrichment of the cultural heritage of Spain.
The annual awards seek to promote cultural activities – which is understood to be a service to citizens – and to express society’s recognition of those involved.
This includes recognising the work of people or institutions that either with their works, or through their active participation in various fields of artistic or literary creation, contribute to the enrichment of the cultural heritage of Spain.
The awards have several categories which span a range of activities, largely artistic endeavours.
These include fine arts, cinema and audiovisual, book reading and letters, and performing arts and music.
Also included are categories seeking to highlight historical heritage, cultural industries and – perhaps more controversially – bullfighting.
The stylish royal (pictured at tonight’s event) paired her stunning midi dress with matching pastel pink heels and a suede clutch bag
Queen Letizia of Spain was joined by her husband King Felipe VI for the annual event in Zaragoza this evening
The Spanish royal’s dress featured floral embroidery in pink, white and black, and sheer paneling around the neckline
The mother-of-two swept her brunette tresses to one side in loose curls, showing off mirror drop earrings
The mother-of-two was pictured arriving at the Pignatelli building alongside her husband, and snapped again later inside, as she posed next to a camera display.
Letizia appeared to be smiling as she stood next to pedestals boasting small statuettes, around the necks of which were old-style picture cameras.
Today’s outing, which saw the royals highlight their deep interest in culture and art, followed an appearance last week at the inaugural Sorolla Through Light exhibition in Madrid.
There, Queen Letizia looked typically stylish in a black midi dress, which was cinched in at the waist with a red buckle belt, as she attended the exhibition’s inauguration at the Royal Palace.
The mother-of-two was pictured arriving at the Pignatelli building alongside her husband and later inside posing next to a camera display at the awards event this evening
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the awards, which recognise the contribution to the enrichment of the cultural heritage of Spain
The Spanish Queen first wore the unique dress in 2019 for a gala in Seoul, hosted by former South Korean President Moon Jae-in and wife Kim Jung-sook
Keeping her look on-trend the Spanish Queen donned a vibrant fuchsia pink eyeshadow with statement lashes and a glossy muted pink lip
She held a burgundy leather bag, which she matched with coordinating burgundy heeled pumps, as she joined her husband King Felipe VI at the event, which is dedicated to the Spanish painter Joaquin Sorolla.
King Felipe contrasted his wife’s dark subtle tones by wearing a light grey suit and pale blue shirt with a snazzy red tie with a floral pattern.
Photos showed the Spanish King and Queen standing alongside some of Sorolla’s finest artworks, which will be hosted ad the Royal Palace from February 17th 23rd.
The immersive exhibition will combine the artist’s creation with digital recreations and sensory experiences through light, colour and movement.
For the first day of the exhibition the royals were joined by the Spanish Minister for Culture, Miquel Iceta, the exhibition’s curator Consuelo Luca de Tena, former director of the Sorolla Museum and Blanca Pons-Sorolla great granddaughter of the painter and an expert in his work.
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