The King and Queen of Spain headed out today for a visit to the Electrical System Control Centre of Red Eléctrica de España (REE) in Madrid.
REE is a partly state-owned and public limited Spanish corporation which operates the national electricity grid in Spain. During the COVID-19 pandemic, REE has maintained a constant supply of energy to homes, hospitals, and all centers in the front line. Their Majesties highlighted the company's exemplary performance.
In the Emergency Room, they were informed of the evolution of electricity demand during the crisis, which has seen a global decrease.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia later toured the Electrical System Control Centre where they greeted technicians who guarantee the quality and safety of the electricity supply, dealing with variations in demand while minimizing the cost of energy involved.
Queen Letizia stepped out in a new jacket by Hugo Boss. It is the BOSS 'Karonita' Bouclé Blazer (£270) in a stretchy viscose blend with a refined bouclé appearance. It has a double zip front and collarless neckline. Precise darts accentuate the narrow fit, and the waistline is further emphasised by the colour-coordinating piping. This is another piece I believe has been sitting in Letizia's closet for some time because the style has been discontinued.
The pants appear to be her dark blue Hugo Boss 'Safashy1' relaxed-fit paper-bag trousers which she debuted last September for a visit to Gran Canaria.
Letizia wore her navy Magrit pumps and finished the look with her bezel set diamond stud earrings which have become her favourite during the lock-down.