Queen Letizia Shows Off White Ruffle Top Alongside King Felipe VI As They Attend The Opening Of The International Tourism Fair — Pics
Starting the new year off on the right note! Queen Letizia showed off a very trendy outfit when she attended the opening of the International Tourism Fair this week.
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The brunette beauty looked gorgeous in a white ruffle top, which she paired with white pants and black shoes. For his part, the King Felipe VI looked dapper in a gray suit.
"Don Felipe and Doña Letizia were received after their arrival at FITUR by the President of the Executive Committee of IFEMA, José Vicente de los Mozos, and by the President of the Dominican Republic, Mr. Luis Rodolfo Abinader Corona," a caption read. "The King and Queen and His Excellency the President of the Dominican Republic entered Pavilion 9 and received greetings from the State, regional, local and IFEMA authorities, and began a tour that included a visit to the Galician stands; Canary Islands; Madrid; Turespaña; Iberia; FITUR Screen; Morocco; HELIXA project of virtual reality applied to Fairs and Congresses; Jordan and Portugal."
The fair spans over a few days in mid-January.
"In the 2021 edition of FITUR, which was delayed to May due to the pandemic, 5,000 companies and 55 countries attended, with more than 62,000 face-to-face attendees — 42,000 professionals and more than 20,000 visitors. To them must be added the figure of more than 40,000 digital visitors, thanks to the first hybrid edition of the fair," a caption read. "The previous year, in January 2020, before the official start of the pandemic in March, the main fair organized by IFEMA achieved the highest number of attendance in its history in its exclusively professional sessions, with 150,011 participants from 140 countries."
There was even entertainment for everyone to enjoy!
"The fair brought together 255,000 visitors that year; 918, main exhibitors; 11,040 companies, 165 countries and regions, and an international share of 56 percent," a message read.