King Felipe VI Of Spain & Wife Queen Letizia Attend 40th Edition Of The International Contemporary Art Fair In Madrid — Pics
King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia looked glamorous — as always — as they attended the inauguration of the 40th edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid, Spain, on Thursday, July 8.
The brunette beauty donned an all-white ensemble, while her husband wore a gray suit with a yellow tie.
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The couple also wore face masks for the occasion.
The Queen wore her hair back in a ponytail and also added some flower earrings to spruce up her outfit.
The day before, King Felipe was quite the busy bee! First, he presented the third of the Spanish Orders History Prize to Mexican historian and writer Enrique Krauze at the Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial in Madrid, Spain.
Later on, he was photographed with Isabel Diaz Ayuso, who was recently reelected into office.
For her part, the Queen wore a blue power suit as she met with members of the management team of the Abertis Foundation and UNICEF Spain to talk about projects they jointly promote.
Simply stunning! Her Majesty looked like a vision in white.
On July 7, the Queen participated in the United Nations' High Level Forum, where she talked about how people live with rare diseases.
"Thank you for allowing me to take part in these efforts, which have been supported by so many actors committed to the task of improving the lives of people affiliated with uncommon diseases. As all of you already know, rare diseases affect more than 300 million people in the world. And two out of every three of such diseases affect people very early on in life, while they are still under the age of two," she began.
She continued, "We are talking about chronic, complex, progressive and disabling diseases that make these children highly vulnerable patients who are greatly dependent on health and social care services."
The two looked enthralled when staring at the white statue of a ram.