Queen Letizia Of Spain, King Felipe & Their 2 Daughters Attend Order Of The Civil Merit Ceremony In Madrid — Photos
A family affair! Queen Letizia of Spain and her husband, King Felipe of Spain, brought along their daughters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia, to an event on Friday, June 18, in Madrid, Spain.
The family of four looked stunning as they arrived at an awards ceremony at Zarzuela Palace.
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Scroll through the photos below to see their outing!
At the event, the 15-year-old — who is the heir to the Spanish throne — donned a blue dress with heels for the occasion, while her sister, who is 14, wore a pink dress with nude flats.
Along with their parents, the two ladies attended the Order of the Civil Merit ceremony to honor key workers for their resilience during the pandemic.
The workers were awarded with the Order of Merit at the event, which takes place every year.
Meanwhile, the Queen, 48, looked stunning in a pink dress, which she paired with nude heels. For his part, the King wore a blue suit.
Of course, fans couldn't help but comment on Letizia's fabulous outfit.
“Queen Letizia was looking flawless in Moisés Nieto dress," one user said," while another added, “Queen Letizia looked amazing today."
“Queen Letizia in a lovely shade of pink to mark the 7th anniversary of Proclamation,” a third person expressed.
Showing her the ropes! Even though Leonor won't be ruling Spain for quite some time, she is set to study in Wales later this year.
The two pink ladies had a moment to chat during the event!
A standing ovation! The four family members stood up and clapped for the frontline heroes.
Leonor is learning how to prepare to be Queen, but in the meantime, it seems like she will focus on her studies first.
"We are looking forward to welcoming HRH Princess Leonor of Asturias as one of the Spanish nominees to attend UWC Atlantic in 2021," Peter T. Howe, principal of the college, said in February about the arrival of Leonor in the fall. "We hope very much she enjoys her time in Wales and have little doubt she will thrive as a member of our amazing community."