Queen Letizia of Spain pays tribute to the victims of the country’s coronavirus

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Queen Letizia of Spain made a somber figure today as she and her family attended a state tribute to the victims of the coronavirus and to the country’s frontline workers alongside the Spanish Prime Minister.

The royal, 47, joined her 52-year-old husband and daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12, as they wore masks and wore dark colors to pay homage to the royal palace in Madrid.

This is a new outing for the two young princesses whose presence in the eyes of the public has increased in recent months, joining their parents during multiple official engagements.

The mother of two wore a long-sleeved navy blue skirt, which she paired with matching dress shoes, as country chief Pedro Sanchez said.

Queen Letizia of Spain (second on the right) made a solemn demonstration by joining her husband King Felipe (second on the left) and her daughters (Sofia, left and Leonor, right) to meet the Spanish Prime Minister and pay tribute to the victims of the country coronavirus crisis

The royal, 47, joined her 52-year-old husband and daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12, as they wore masks and wore dark colors to pay homage to the royal palace in Madrid.

The royal, 47, joined her 52-year-old husband and daughters, Princess Leonor, 14, and Princess Sofia, 12, as they wore masks and wore dark colors to pay homage to the royal palace in Madrid.

Meanwhile, Princess Leonor, 14, matched her mother in a navy blue shirt dress and black pumps, while little sister Sofia, 13, opted for a black t-shirt and patterned A-line skirt. Grey.

King Felipe also chose dark colors, sporting a dark navy suit, a crisp white shirt and a polka dot tie.

The family met with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez upon their arrival at the Royal Palace to attend the tribute paid to the victims of coronavirus disease and to those working on the front line to fight the pandemic.

Felipe and Letizia participated in a series of tourism and cultural engagements to help stimulate the country’s economy after their severe foreclosure.

The mother of two wore a long-sleeved midi skirt, a navy blue dress that she paired with matching pumps when she joined her family to pay tribute to the dead.

The mother of two wore a long-sleeved midi skirt, a navy blue dress that she paired with matching pumps when she joined her family to pay tribute to the dead.

Princess Leonor, 14 (right), matched her mother with a navy blue shirt dress up to the knee and black pumps, while little sister Sofia, 13 (left) opted for a t- black shirt and a trapeze skirt with gray patterns.

Princess Leonor, 14 (right), matched her mother with a navy blue shirt dress to the knees and black pumps, while little sister Sofia, 13 (left) opted for a t- black shirt and a trapeze skirt with gray patterns.

Letizia wore a long floral dress yesterday to speak with older residents of the town square of Vinuesa.

The trip was part of a royal visit leading King Felipe and Queen Letizia through several autonomous Spanish communities in order to support economic, social and cultural activity after the epidemic of coronavirus.

Last week, they attended a funeral mass at La Almudena Cathedral in Madrid, where they stood in front of the church to listen to the service marking the tragic events.

Crown Princess Leonor, King Felipe of Spain, Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Sofia arrive at the state to honor the victims of the coronavirus at the Royal Palace

Crown Princess Leonor, King Felipe of Spain, Queen Letizia of Spain and Princess Sofia arrive at the state to honor the victims of the coronavirus at the Royal Palace

In the photo, from left to right: Princess Sofia, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia and Crown Princess Leonor.  The family all wore masks while sitting near a cauldron at the Royal Palace for the somber occasion

In the photo, from left to right: Princess Sofia, King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia and Crown Princess Leonor. The family all wore masks while sitting near a cauldron at the Royal Palace for the somber occasion

Other service members stood up to mark the family's arrival.  They also had flags of each Spanish state present

Other service members stood up to mark the family’s arrival. They also had flags of each Spanish state present

Earlier this month, they visited Benidorm and Valencia, joined by Ximo Puig, president of the government of Valencia, to attend the 2019 innovation and design awards ceremony.

Speaking at the ceremony, King Felipe said: “Today more than ever, we must undertake – create – on the basis of design and innovation. As we must also increase the resources devoted to research, which is the previous stage of knowledge-based innovation.

“In this way, we will be able to build the future with much stronger foundations.”

Yesterday, Letizia (right) wore a long floral dress to speak with older residents of the town square of Vinuesa.  She is pictured with King Felipe

Yesterday, Letizia (right) wore a long floral dress to speak with older residents of the town square of Vinuesa. She is pictured with King Felipe

The trip is part of a royal visit that will take King Felipe and Queen Letizia through several autonomous Spanish communities in order to support economic, social and cultural activity after the epidemic of coronavirus

The trip is part of a royal visit that will take King Felipe and Queen Letizia through several autonomous Spanish communities in order to support economic, social and cultural activity after the epidemic of coronavirus

He added: “Spanish design and innovation are excellent letters of introduction to our country – our creativity and our economy – internationally.

“These elements, the fruit of innovation and investments in R&D, are more necessary than ever because of their ability to drive our economic growth.

“A sector that is also really necessary, because if we want to make our economic system equally sustainable, we must generate innovative products, create patents and promote exports. In this challenge, the conception and the exploitation phase of the knowledge that innovation implies play an essential role. “

The royal couple is pictured yesterday arriving at a meeting for the demographic challenge in Vinuesa, Spain.  They posed for a socially distant photo

The royal couple is pictured yesterday arriving at a meeting for the demographic challenge in Vinuesa, Spain. They posed for a socially distant photo

More than 300,000 people have been infected with Covid-19 in Spain, with a death toll of 28,413 according to the latest figures.

British tourists were allowed to enter Spain for the first time in three months on June 21, when the country’s state of emergency ended.

During the first closure of this type since the end of the state of emergency, around 140,000 people in Lleida, a town just under two hours’ drive west of Barcelona, ​​were ordered to stay in the doors and leave for food or work only if “essential”. .

People in seven other municipalities near Lleida in the Segrià region have also received the new foreclosure order, which means they cannot venture outside to buy food or go to the bank or to only work if it’s an “essential service” and can’t be done from home.

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