Lovely in lilac! Queen Letizia is polished in a Hugo Boss suit as she joins husband King Felipe to award School of the Year to an early childhood education centre in Tui
- Queen Letizia donned a lilac suit for the ‘School of the Year 2020 Awards’
- Letizia, 48, looked radiant as she joined her husband King Felipe, 53, in Tui
- The royal pair gave the award to the rural public school, CRA Mestra Clara Torres
Queen Letizia of Spain looked polished in a purple suit as she joined King Felipe at the country’s annual School of the Year Awards.
The queen, 48, sported a striking lilac Hugo Boss suit with matching Hugo Boss Mayfair Pumps and a co-ordinating lilac top for the outing in Tui, northeast Spain.
Her husband, King Felipe VI, 53, opted for a classic cut suit with a blue shirt and patterned blue tie to match.
The couple were on hand to award the title to a local school, CRA Mestra Clara Torres, in recognition for its achievements.
Queen Letizia, 48, sported a striking lilac Hugo Boss suit with matching Hugo Boss Mayfair Pumps and a co-ordinating lilac top for the outing in Tui, northeast Spain.
Queen Letizia of Spain helps out a young student at the CRA Mestra Clara Torres school during her visit
King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented the award on stage at the early childhood education centre
The Spanish royals watched closely over some young students as they ate their lunch and chatted to them about their school
The couple travelled to the public school in Tui, Galicia to hand out the award to the management of the early childhood education centre.
Queen Letizia opted for a minimal, fresh makeup look and accompanied the ensemble by pairing with some small gold earrings.
The couple were welcomed by well wishers and talked with school officials as they started their tour of the education centre.
Queen Letizia opted for a pink Hugo Boss suit which she matched with pink Hugo Boss court heels
The royal couple invited some young students on stage as they presented their school with the award
King Felipe and Queen Letizia bent down to chat with young student bakers who were showing off their skills
The Spanish royals both stopped to talk to the young students as they went about their school activities, and then invited some to join them on stage for the award ceremony.
The awards are organised by The Princess of Girona Foundation, which named His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain as the honorary chairman on behalf of his daughter, Princess Leonor.
Princess Leonor recently reunited with her family for the first time since leaving for a Welsh boarding school back in August.
Students were eager to greet and talkk to the royal who took an interest in their award winning education system
Students took part in a chil yoga class led by a personal yoga instructor for the CRA Mestra Clara Torres’ school
The 15-year-old heir to the throne has been studying at UWC Atlantic College in Wales since September, but headed home for a week of down time with her loved ones during half term, with classes resuming on November 1.
Over the weekend Queen Letizia of Spain joined her lookalike daughters for a trip to Santa Maria del Puerto de Somiedo.
The family were visiting Santa Maria del Puerto de Somiedo, which has been honoured as the 2021 Best Asturian Village, the day after the ‘Princesa de Asturias’ Awards
Princess Leonor, 15, and Infanta Sofía, 14, joined their parents on the day out.