The King and Queen of Spain showed support for a group of elite athletes on one of the first days of activity since coronavirus confinement at the Centro de Alto Rendimiento del Consejo Superior de Deportes (High-Performance Center of the Higher Sports Council) in Madrid.
Their Majesties were received by the Minister of Culture and Sports and by the President of the Superior Council of Sports with whom they held a meeting on the current situation and challenges of the Higher Sports Council.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia toured part of the sports facilities of the High-Performance Center, they witnessed the training exercises of Carolina Marin, Lidia Valentín, Rey Zapata, Sara Andrés, Mohamed Enhamed, Desirée Vilas, among other athletes, Olympic and Paralympic athletes and male and female teams from different disciplines. Concluding, Their Majesties visited the Joaquin Blume Residence, a boarding school, which has reopened its doors, welcoming back young athletes.
Queen Letizia stepped out in a partly new white trouser suit, consisting of a single-breasted blazer with flap pockets, and cropped wide-leg sailor pants.
The coordinating separates by Carolina Herrera are made from gabardine fabric and are decorated with metallic buttons.
The jacket silhouette looks identical to the Carolina Herrera suit jacket she wore in May of 2018 with a longer pair of wide-leg trousers. I think the only difference are the buttons. The jacket below appears to have covered buttons.
The Spanish queen complemented the pale suit with a beige polka-dot print cami by Mango. The $29.99 Mango 'Lula' top is made from a flowy fabric and designed with thin straps, a square neckline, and button fastening at back.
Letizia kept the look cool and casual with her Mint&Rose 'Sardinia' espadrille wedges.