The Gomaespuma Foundation shared a brief clip of Queen Letizia chatting with journalists Guillermo Fesser and Juan Luis Cano, who originally hosted the radio program Gomaespuma and later founded the Gomaespuma Foundation to promote education among the most disadvantaged social groups in the world.
The Spanish queen shared with the Gomaespuma duo that she was an admirer of their radio show since the age of 14, when she would clandestinely listen to them during the late hours. During their conversation, she also discussed the Think Equal program, emphasizing the crucial role of socio-emotional education in the formative years of childhood.
The Queen of Spain surprised her close friend Sonsoles Ónega at a book signing on Monday.
Queen Letizia patiently waited in line for over 40 minutes to have a signed copy of Ónega's award-winning book, Las hijas de la criada (The Maid's Daughters). The pair have been friends for over two decades and developed their friendship while they were journalists working at CNN+.
Queen Letizia dazzles in black sequin dress by Copenhagen brand Rotate on Day 2 of State Visit to Denmark
On their second evening in Denmark, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia hosted a reception and dinner for the Danish royal family at the Glyptoteket Museum in Copenhagen.
Before the dinner, Their Majesties inaugurated the Joaquín Sorolla exhibition at the museum, alongside Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, and Princess Benedikte.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
DRESS: NEW! Rotate sequin-embellished open-back dress in black (US$290).
OUTERWEAR: Mango 'Batin' Wool-Blend Coat in Black (repeat).
HANDBAG: Lambertson Truex 182 Frame Clutch in Black Satin (repeat).
SHOES: Manolo Blahnik 'Gotrianc 105' Slingback Pumps (repeat).
EARRINGS: "joyas de pasar" diamond chanton earrings (repeat).
On Monday, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain received a farewell with honors at Madrid-Barajas Airport as they departed for a three-day State Visit to the Kingdom of Denmark.
The State Visit to Denmark is a response to a gracious invitation from Her Majesty Queen Margaret, which has been pending since the coronation of King Felipe VI in 2014. The last State Visit to Denmark by a Spanish monarch was in 1980 during the reign of King Juan Carlos. This trip aims to underscore and reinforce the bilateral ties and relations between the two countries.
On Tuesday, King Felipe VI and Queen Leitiza visited Tenerife in the Canary Islands of Spain to evaluate the ongoing impact of a forest fire that ignited in mid-August, devastating an area exceeding 14,000 hectares across 12 municipalities within a 90-kilometer perimeter.
The royal couple met with the mayors of the municipalities and representatives from affected sectors. Subsequently, they spent time with local residents impacted by the devastating fires.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
OUTERWEAR: Single-breasted trench coat. The unidentified piece dates back to 2012, and the last time Queen Letizia wore it was in 2016.
PANTS: Mango 'Kennedy' Prince of Wales Check Trousers (repeat).
SHOES: Unidentified black leather penny loafers (repeat).
EARRINGS: Gold & Roses Shewel Triple Hoops (repeat).
King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor, and Infanta Sofia went to dinner at the Mia restaurant in Palma de Mallorca on Saturday evening. They were joined by Queen Sofia and Princess Irene of Greece.
As they departed, the royals paused for photos outside the restaurant.
PRINCESS LEONOR'S OUTFIT
INFANTA SOFIA'S OUTFIT
QUEEN SOFIA'S OUTFIT
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia inaugurated the exhibition "Sorolla through light" on Thursday at the Royal Palace of Madrid.
The immersive exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary since the passing of the Spanish painter, and will combine for the first time Joaquín Sorolla’s artistic creations with digital recreations and sensory experiences through light, colour, and movement. Original paintings by the artist will also be on display, some from private collections that are rarely shown.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
JACKET: Carolina Herrera Leather Peplum Jacket in Red (repeat).
DRESS: Mango 'Yueling' dress in Dark Heather Grey (repeat).
BELT: Möhel Granatta Belt (repeat).
ACCESSORIES: Magrit 'Mara' crocodile effect leather clutch bag in burgundy and coordinating pumps in suede (repeat).
EARRINGS: Gold & Roses 'I Am Red' Needle Earrings (repeat).
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain traveled to the Republic of Angola on Monday where they will make a three-day State Visit.
Their Majesties received a farewell with honors as they boarded the plane at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport for their first official trip to the sub-Saharan African country.
On Monday, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the funeral of Felipe's maternal uncle, King Constantine II of Greece, who passed away last week in Athens at the aged 82.
Constantine II reigned as the last King of Greece from 6 March 1964 until the abolition of the Greek monarchy on 1 June 1973. He was the younger brother of Queen Sofia of Spain who travelled to Athens prior to his death after hearing Constantine's health had deteriorated. Today she was accompanied to the Cathedral of the Annunciation of Santa María in Athens for the funeral by her husband, King Juan Carlos, and daughters, Elena and Cristina.
The Spanish royal family were joined by monarchs and royalty from around Europe.
Queen Letizia looked sombre in all black and opted for a déjà vu debut.
She donned a coat dress with a silhouette we first saw in green for Prince Philip's Service of Thanksgiving. The piece is fashioned with a shawl collar and velvet trim at the wait and cuffs. The designer has not been identified.
She wore diamond drop earrings, and pinned to her chest was the 'joyas de pasar' pearl and diamond brooch.
Rounding off the look were Letizia's Giorgio Armani La Charnière Dorée Top Handle Bag and Prada Saffiano leather pointy toe pumps
Following the service, the mourners made their way to the Royal Cemetery of the Tatoi Palace for the burial ceremony.
Queen Letizia added her black Mango 'Batin' Wool-Blend Coat and swapped her Prada pumps for the comfort of her block heel suede boots which she debuted last night.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain arrived in Athens on Sunday ahead of the funeral for Felipe's uncle, former king, Constantine II of Greece, who passed away last week, aged 82.
Constantine II, reigned as the last King of Greece from 6 March 1964 until the abolition of the Greek monarchy on 1 June 1973. He was the younger brother of Queen Sofia of Spain who travelled to Athens prior to his death upon hearing Constantine's health had deteriorated. Below is a photo of the royal siblings taken in 2005.
Soon after arriving, the King Felipe and Queen Letizia had dinner with relatives and were spotted leaving a restaurant with Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and his wife Crown Princess Marie-Chantal.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
COAT: NEW! Mango 'Batin' Wool-Blend Coat in Black ($229.99).
EARRINGS: YANES 'Ondas' earrings in white gold and diamonds (repeat).
BOOTS: NEW! Black (suede?) block heel boots (unidentified). @TrackingRoyal suggests the LT elastic boots from El Corte Ingles (€89). We'll have to wait for clearer photos to make a positive ID.