Queen Letizia wears familiar black & white repeats for the Board of Trustees of the Instituto Cervantes
The King and Queen of Spain attended the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Instituto Cervantes at Palacio Real de El Pardo, Madrid.
The director of the Institute, Luis García Montero, and the general secretary, Carmen Noguero detailed the most notable academic and cultural data of the course that is closing, which has been marked by the COVID-19 crisis. The meeting also addressed the Strategic Plan for 2021-2023 and the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the institution next year.
The Instituto Cervantes is a worldwide non-profit organisation which was created by the Spanish government in 1991, to promote the teaching, study and use of Spanish and to contribute to the dissemination of Hispanic cultures abroad. In its activities, the Cervantes Institute mainly attends to the linguistic and cultural heritage that is common to the countries and people of the Spanish-speaking community. It is present in 86 centres distributed in 45 countries on five continents. In addition, its headquarters are in Madrid and Alcalá de Henares, the birthplace of the writer Miguel de Cervantes, one of the most important figures in the history of Spanish literature.
Unfortunately there are limited photos from this event. From what we can see, Queen Letizia wore repeated pieces. She teamed her black high-waist full-circle skirt with the white Uterque relaxed-fit keyhole blouse. Her Majesty accessorized with her custom black and white Magrit 'Ivi' leather clutch bag and matching pumps.