Queen Letizia Wears Patterned Dress While Attending Opening Of Madrid Book Fair — Pics
Queen Letizia looked stunning when she made an appearance at the opening of the Madrid Book Fair on Friday, September 10.
The royal wore a patterned frock, which she paired with maroon heels. She also wore a face mask and let some of her gray hair show!
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"The Queen inaugurates the Madrid Book Fair on its 80th anniversary. There he has been able to enjoy the cultural diversity and Colombian letters, since this edition has Colombia as the guest of honor. #FLMadrid21," a caption on Twitter read.
"During her tour of the 80th Madrid Book Fair, the Queen has visited different exhibitors from bookstores, publishers, collaborators, institutions and entities that meet again at this #FLMadrid21," the caption continued.
In a video posted to social media, the brunette beauty is seen mingling and chatting with others.
"Video of the Queen at the Inauguration of the 80th @FLMadrid which, after a year of absence, brings together bookstores, publishers, distributors, authors and the entire reading society in the Retiro Park. #FLMadrid21," the message said.
On September 8, the Queen took part in another event.
"The Queen presided over the opening ceremony of the School Year in Zuera. In 2021/2022 more than 8.2M students will study in 28.4K schools in the country, where they will learn the essential knowledge and values for their future. Happy back to class!" the caption read. "In one of the last acts of the opening of the 2021/2022 School Year, the Queen has held a meeting with the representatives of the teachers, students and AMPA of the IES Gallicum de Zuera, Zaragoza."
The message continued, "The Queen has continued the opening ceremony of the 2021/2022 School Year in Zuera (Zaragoza), also visiting the Gallicum Institute of Secondary Education, where she has met the students of various secondary school courses."