Shining bright! Queen Letizia of Spain looked gorgeous as she attended the opening of an exhibition at the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain, on Monday, September 13.
The brunette beauty — who wore a bright blue dress and nude heels — mingled with others while wearing her face mask.
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"During her tour of the exhibition, the Queen has visited the 4 sections that represent different ways in which the Fundación Amigos del @Prado Museum has collaborated in enriching the Museum's collections for 4 decades," a caption read via Twitter. "The Queen opens the exhibition 'Forty Years of Friendship.' Donations from the Friends of the Foundation @Prado Museum »That recognizes all the Friends who have given their support to the Museum in its 40-year history," another message read.
"Her Majesty the Queen was received upon her arrival at the Prado National Museum by the Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta; the president of the Royal Board of Trustees of the Prado National Museum, Javier Solana; the president of the Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado, Carlos Zurita; and by the director of the Museo Nacional del Prado, Miguel Falomir," a press release stated of the outing.
"Then, in the room of the Muses, Doña Letizia greeted the Board of Trustees of the Prado Museum and the Friends of the Prado Museum Foundation. Her Majesty the Queen then went to room 9 where she toured the exhibition 'Forty years of friendship. Donations from the Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado,' accompanied by the curator of the exhibition, Alberto Pancorbo," the message continued.
"At the end of her visit, Doña Letizia held a meeting with the members of the Board of Trustees. Forty years of friendship. Donations from the Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado is the title of the exhibition that can be seen until January 16, 2022, in room 9 of the Villanueva building to recognize and pay tribute to the tens of thousands of Friends who have provided their support to the Museum and whose example will serve as a stimulus for new donations," another message read.