Royal Style – Letizia wears a red Spain dress to advertise her country

Royal Style - Letizia wears a red Spain dress to advertise her country

Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI of Spain presided over the launch of a campaign praising their country to foreign tourists on Thursday. The perfect opportunity to show up in red Spain.

She had been in her royal dressing room for several years, according to “Vanitatis”, the female supplement of the media “El Confidencial”. The dress in which was displayed Queen Letizia of Spain at the Prado Museum, this Thursday, June 18, 2020, was in the Limited Collection of the Spanish label Massimo Dutti for fall-winter 2018-2019. In satin, with long sleeves highlighted with a line of small buttons, with a pleated bodice and a draped and slit skirt, this model had never been worn in public by the wife of King Felipe VI.

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No doubt the monarch’s wife was waiting for a special occasion to wear this Spanish red dress, which she gave to a clutch and shoes in exactly the same tone. An occasion where Spain would be the star of the event. The mother of princesses Leonor and Sofia found it perfectly that day.

Because the royal couple had come to the most emblematic museum in the kingdom to preside over the launch of the “Spain for Sure” campaign. Understand “Spain for sure”.

To encourage tourists to return to Spain

Launched by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, at the instigation of the State Secretariat for Global Spain (promoting the external image of Spain) with the Trademarks Forum renowned Spanish companies, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce and the Spanish Confederation of Professional Organizations (CEOE), this aims to project a positive image of Spain abroad after the very harsh consequences of the epidemic of coronavirus, to encourage tourists to return. In his speech, King Felipe VI said: “The objective of this campaign presented today is to remind the world that values ​​such as effort, resilience and, above all, reliability and security have remained and will remain steadfast despite the impact of the pandemic in our country. That Spain is a country you can trust, a country you can trust, a safe country ”.

One of the top tourist destinations in the world, Spain has decided to advance the reopening of its borders with all the member states of the European Union (except the terrestrial one with Portugal which will only be effective on 1er next July) from this Sunday, June 21. A date coinciding with the lifting of the state of alert, which had made it possible to impose in mid-March a very strict confinement, and with the end of the deconfinement started in mid-May. To date, the Covid-19 epidemic has killed 27,136 people in Spain, according to figures released by the WHO.


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