Queen Letizia of Spain: her fashion magazine-worthy outfit to welcome the Italian President

Tuesday, November 16, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain welcomed illustrious people. They are the Italian president, Sergio Mattarella, and his daughter, Laura Mattarella. An event that took place at the Royal Palace of Madrid as part of the state visit of the President of Italy.

At each event and especially at each official release, Queen Letizia has always stood out with her outfits. The queen represents elegance and chic with a fashion that is yet accessible. To welcome the Italian President, Queen Letizia was simply breathtaking. Indeed, she had opted for a very chic cape from BOSS. On which, the Queen of Spain had put on a tweed sheath dress. To complete her look, King Felipe’s wife chose Magrit pumps. As an accessory, a handbag from the luxury Italian brand Furla. Obviously a nod to his guests.

Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain plan state visit

It is therefore on November 16 that the state visit of the Italian president began in Spain. The welcoming ceremony gave way to a small meeting in the Royal Palace of Madrid. Afterwards, King Felipe and the Italian President had a meeting at the Zarzuela Palace, the residence of the Spanish royal family. Also in Madrid, in the evening, the monarchs organized a lunch in honor of the president and his daughter.

The King and Queen of Spain are also planning a state visit this month. Indeed, the monarchs have planned to visit Sweden the week of November 24 and 25. “The aim of the visit is to strengthen good relations between the countries”, according to the Swedish Royal Court.

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain © Europa Press

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