Thursday, 9 October 2014

Spain's Royal Couple Attend Cervantes Institute Meeting at Royal Palace El Pardo

King Felipe VI and Queen Latizia of Spain today attended Royal Palace of El Pardo to talk with members of the Cervantes Institute during the group's annual meeting.


The Cervantes Institute is named after the famous Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, author of Don Quixote, and strives to promote the study of the Spanish language and Spanish culture.


The institute is overseen by the board of trustees known as the Patronato, which includes the king of Spain and the prime minister among its members. Below we see Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in discussion with His Majesty at the meeting.


Queen Letizia looked professional in a Felipe Varela Jacket, burgundy dress and matching clutch and shoes. We very much liked this ensemble from the queen. Did you? :)

2 comments:

  1. I too like this outfit on Letizia, don't love it but it's nice. I feel that the jacket dampened the effect of the dress plus it seems a little springish for this time of year. I do like how Felipe matches his tie with Letizia's outfits, it's a nice touch and speaks highly of their closeness. After all the stories of Felipe's father, his "lady friends" and his long suffering wife, it's great to see a Spanish royal couple who seen so happy together and really enjoy each other.

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  2. anon from Leominster12 October 2014 at 04:27

    I agree and I love the outfit, the pink and the burgundy together. There were unfortunate rumours about the couple in the past - hope that's all over now. They are a lovely family.

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