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Letizia of Spain stuns in V-neck dress as she joins King Felipe to meet Portuguese president

Royal blue! Queen Letizia of Spain stuns in V-neck dress as she joins King Felipe to meet Portuguese president

  • Letizia of Spain stunned in a blue dress as she met with the Portugese president 
  • Royal, 48, showed off her sartorial prowess in an V-neck, A-line dress for meeting
  • Joined her husband King Felipe, 53, to have a private meeting with the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

Queen Letizia of Spain stunned in a deep blue dress as she met with the president of Portugal in Madrid yesterday.

The royal, 48, showed off her sartorial prowess in an V-neck, A-line dress as she attended the annual meeting with members of the Princess of Asturias Foundation at the Royal Palace in Madrid.

She joined her husband King Felipe, 53, to have  a private meeting with the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. 

Queen Letizia of Spain stunned in a deep blue dress as she met with the president of Portugal in Madrid yesterday

She joined her husband King Felipe, 53, to have a private meeting with the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

She joined her husband King Felipe, 53, to have a private meeting with the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

After their meeting the King invited him to have lunch in private on a terrace in the Plaza de Oriente in Madrid. 

Cementing her style credentials, Letizia donned a pretty blue number with a drop waist and A-line skirt and black embroided butterfly pattern.

Opting for safety first, the mother-of-two kept Covid safe by wearing a white face mask.

Adding a touch of glam to the look, Letizia sported sparkling diamond earrings and and a held onto a black clutch bag. 

Royal, 48, showed off her sartorial prowess in an V-neck, A-line dress as she attended the annual meeting with members of the Princess of Asturias Foundation at the Royal Palace in Madrid

Royal, 48, showed off her sartorial prowess in an V-neck, A-line dress as she attended the annual meeting with members of the Princess of Asturias Foundation at the Royal Palace in Madrid

Cementing her style credentials, Letizia donned a pretty blue number with a drop waist and A-line skirt and black embroided butterfly pattern

Cementing her style credentials, Letizia donned a pretty blue number with a drop waist and A-line skirt and black embroided butterfly pattern

 Keeping her blue her brunette locks long and loose Letizia opted for a natural make-up look with a lick of black mascara and faded pink eyeliner.

The Princess of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes awarded in Spain by the Princess of Asturias Foundation – previously the Prince of Asturias Foundation – to individuals, entities or organisations from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities and public affairs.

Each recipient present at the ceremony receives a diploma, a sculpture expressly created for the awards by Spanish sculptor Joan Miró, and a pin with the emblem of the Foundation.

Keeping her blue her brunette locks long and loose Letizia opted for a natural make-up look with a lick of black mascara and faded pink eyeliner

Keeping her blue her brunette locks long and loose Letizia opted for a natural make-up look with a lick of black mascara and faded pink eyeliner

Letizia enjoyed a long career in TV and newspaper reporting before marrying her husband King Felipe in 2004.

She worked for the La Nueva Espana before moving on to the ABC, a popular national newspaper. 

She then worked for the EFE news agency, a Mexican local paper Siglo 21, the Spanish version of Bloomberg, before moving to CNN+. 

Letizia enjoyed a long career in TV and newspaper reporting before marrying her husband King Felipe in 2004

Letizia enjoyed a long career in TV and newspaper reporting before marrying her husband King Felipe in 2004

When she met her husband-to-be, Letizia was working for the popular TV channel 24Horas as both a breaking news reporter and anchor for their popular Telediaro 2 evening news bulletin.  

She met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the pair enjoyed an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004. 

The former newsreader is the granddaughter of a taxi driver and the eldest daughter of Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez, a journalist, and first wife María de la Paloma Rocasolano Rodríguez, a nurse and hospital union representative. 

She attended public high school and did a degree at the Complutense University of Madrid. She later gained an MA in Audiovisual Journalism at the Institute for Studies in Audiovisual Journalism.

King Juan Carlos abdicated in 2014 in favour of his son, now King Felipe VI.

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