A mask worthy of a royal: Queen Letizia of Spain dazzles in a gold skirt for a visit to the theater


Queen Letizia of Spain donned a mask worthy of a royal as she and King Felipe VI took their daughters to the reopening of a theater in Madrid.

The mother of two, 47, dazzled in a golden skirt while providing protection from coronaviruses as she posed for photos with her husband and children, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia.

The visit, for a contemporary flamenco show at Teatros del Canal, coincided with the sixth anniversary of the coronation of the king.

Friday, the Spanish royal family attends a contemporary flamenco show at the Teatros del Canal in Madrid

Friday, the Spanish royal family attends a contemporary flamenco show at the Teatros del Canal in Madrid

King Felipe VI of Spain, Queen Letizi, Princess Leonor of Spain, on the right, and Princess Sofia, on the left, all wore face masks

King Felipe VI of Spain, Queen Letizi, Princess Leonor of Spain, on the right, and Princess Sofia, on the left, all wore face masks

The visit, for a contemporary flamenco show at Teatros del Canal, coincided with the sixth anniversary of the coronation of the king

The visit, for a contemporary flamenco show at Teatros del Canal, coincided with the sixth anniversary of the coronation of the king

Queen Letizia of Spain sets an example by wearing a face cover

Queen Letizia of Spain sets an example by wearing a face cover

Queen Letizia of Spain set an example by wearing a face covering, shown on the left and right

Face masks, worn by Queen Letizia and Princess Leonor, became increasingly important during the coronavirus crisis

Face masks, worn by Queen Letizia and Princess Leonor, became increasingly important during the coronavirus crisis

The family paid a visit to mark the reopening of a popular theater in the Spanish capital

The family paid a visit to mark the reopening of a popular theater in the Spanish capital

Earlier, she wore a vibrant red dress as she and the king launched a campaign to attract tourism to the region this summer in the wake of the coronavirus.

Her husband looked just as elegant in a navy suit, with a bright red tie to match his wife’s gorgeous long-sleeved dress, which she paired with a scarlet clutch and stilettos.

The Spanish royal family visited the Prado National Museum in Madrid to launch the Spain For Sure campaign, which aims to project a positive image of Spain abroad after the pandemic.

Queen Letizia of Spain looked gorgeous in a vibrant red dress as she and King Felipe VI (pictured together) launched a campaign to attract tourism to the region this summer in the wake of the coronavirus

Queen Letizia of Spain looked gorgeous in a vibrant red dress as she and King Felipe VI (pictured together) launched a campaign to attract tourism to the region this summer in the wake of the coronavirus

The mother of two, 47, dazzled in a long-sleeved satin midi dress from the Spanish brand Massimo Dutti. Both men wore protective PPE when entering the site

The mother of two, 47, dazzled in a long-sleeved satin midi dress from the Spanish brand Massimo Dutti. Both men wore protective PPE when entering the site

The project is the result of a collaboration between the MAEC, the CEOE, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce and the Forum of renowned Spanish brands.

The campaign involves prominent Spanish figures well known around the world, including racing driver Fernando Alonso, basketball player Pau Gasol and tennis ace Rafael Nadal.

Spain has been one of the European regions most affected by the coronavirus, registering 27,136 deaths with some recent outbreaks of the disease in the country since the strict locking restrictions were eased.

Yesterday, Letizia and King Felipe joined the authorities for a video presentation of the campaign in the auditorium of the Prado National Museum.

Felipe looked just as elegant in a navy blue suit, with a bright red tie to match his wife's gorgeous long-sleeved dress, which she paired with a scarlet clutch and stilettos

Felipe looked just as elegant in a navy blue suit, with a bright red tie to match his wife’s gorgeous long-sleeved dress, which she paired with a scarlet clutch and stilettos

The campaign involves prominent Spanish figures well known around the world, including racing driver Fernando Alonso, basketball player Pau Gasol and tennis ace Rafael Nadal. Pictured: the Spanish royal family arrives for the event

The campaign involves prominent Spanish figures well known around the world, including racing driver Fernando Alonso, basketball player Pau Gasol and tennis ace Rafael Nadal. Pictured: the Spanish royal family arrives for the event

The historic site is one of the internationally recognized emblems of Spanish culture.

The Spanish government’s initiative hopes to attract foreign tourists this summer and aims to promote a message of confidence in the coronavirus.

Today, the Spanish royal family was back in PPE to visit an SOS Children’s Villages center in San Loranzo del Escorial in Madrid.

Today, the Spanish royal family is back, wearing PPE to visit an SOS Children's Villages center in San Loranzo del Escorial in Madrid (photo)

Today, the Spanish royal family is back, wearing PPE to visit an SOS Children’s Villages center in San Loranzo del Escorial in Madrid (photo)

We saw the couple engage with the young people in the establishment, while maintaining a social distance

We saw the couple engage with the young people in the establishment, while maintaining a social distance

Felipe looked summery in a light gray blazer and chinos, paired with a navy shirt and brown shoes

Felipe looked summery in a light gray blazer and chinos, paired with a navy shirt and brown shoes

Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI of Spain chatted with young people at the SOS Children's Villages center in San Loranzo del Escorial in Madrid

Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI of Spain chatted with young people at the SOS Children’s Villages center in San Loranzo del Escorial in Madrid

The couple seemed very engaged while the young people of the place shared their story, while putting on PPE.

The couple seemed very engaged while the young people of the place shared their story, while putting on PPE.

Letizia wore a monochrome casual look with black wide leg pants with a pinstripe top and wedges

Letizia sported a monochrome casual look with black wide leg short pants with a pinstripe top and wedges

We saw the couple engaging with the young people of the establishment, while maintaining a social distance.

Letizia sported a casual monochrome look with black wide leg pants with a pinstripe top and wedges.

Felipe looked summery in a light gray blazer and chinos, paired with a navy shirt.

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