Queen Letizia Looks Stunning In a Ravishing Red Dress during Her Recent Public Appearance
Queen Letizia of Spain displayed a captivating look in her most recent public appearance while gracing the act of commemoration of the festivity of San Juan.
Queen Letizia's recent public appearance was of revered presence, and she made quite an impression turning heads and getting fashion lovers' approval. The Queen looked gorgeous in a dashing frock.
While she went about her duty during the act of commemoration of the festivity of San Juan in Madrid, Letizia made sure to stay well protected. She pulled a face mask over her nose, leaving only her eyes visible.
The Queen, who did not take off her mask during the occasion, swished with grace in a knee-length vibrant red dress that fitted perfectly at the waist. The Salvatore Ferragamo dress bore a pleated bodice.
The Queen styled her brunette tresses into a low chignon while she left out tendrils at the front to soften her facial features. Her striking look came complete with ruby earrings, slingback heels, and smokey makeup.
The day's celebration was to honor the history of when women were incorporated into the municipal body. The event also included the presentation of Medals for Professional Merit and the Crosses of Merit on the feast of San Juan Bautista.
The municipal organization received the patronage of San Juan Bautista many years ago. He was known for his good sense of judgment and inspiration. Bautista's principles contribute to the laws guiding police officers.
The pair tied the knot in 2004 and have two daughters, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia.
Before the day of the municipal celebration, Letizia had her hands full through the week, from attending the delivery of the Gold Medals of Merit in Fine Arts with her husband, King Felipe, to attending a gala with him.
During her time as a journalist, Letizia was present in Iraq, covering the war. She was also in New York reporting on 9/11. She received many awards before retiring and moving to royal duties.
Letizia and King Felipe first met in 2001 at an event. However, they would not become an item until after meeting again the following year on the site of an oil spill.
Felipe was there to address the affected people, while Letizia was present to cover the incident. The pair tied the knot in 2004 and have two daughters, Crown Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia.