No blues here! Queen Letizia of Spain and her husband, King Felipe VI of Spain, attended an event in Seville, Spain, on Monday, June 14.
The King was awarded the first Andalucian Medal of Honor at the event; he is the first person to achieve this title because he "embodies the most solid affective bond of Andalucia with all the State institutions," Junta de Andalucía reported.
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The duo waved to the crowd outside.
President of the Junta de Andalucia, Juan Manuel Moreno, was the one to propose the King should get the award.
“The holder of the Crown personifies the principles and values that sustain and reinforce our collective identity as a Spanish nation and that provide Andalucia with the best benchmark of harmony, serenity, enthusiasm and determination with which to face the vicissitudes of the present, undertake the recovery and working together for the future,” the government said in a press release.
Stunning! The brunette beauty usually looks amazing when attending to her royal duties.
The Queen paired her light blue dress with nude heels.
“World society in general, and within it Spanish and Andalucian society, is going through one of the most committed moments in contemporary history; a challenge that tests, once again, and with unusual harshness, organisational skills; levels of resistance as a socioeconomic system; the soundness and suitability of its institutions; and, as a key element, the collaboration between them and the cohesion of citizens and their representatives around their shared objectives. The figure of Felipe VI provides Andalucians, in this extraordinary situation, a clear mirror of their strengths and a moral reinforcement of the greatest relevance for the development of their capacities,” the statement added.
The couple was also joined by Vice President Carmen Calvo and Moreno.
Of course, royal fanatics couldn't help but take pictures of the Queen.