Queen Letizia attended this Monday an unmissable event: the delivery of the Medal of Honor of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando to the Hispania Nostra Association, an organization dedicated to the defense and promotion of cultural and natural heritage, formed in 1976.
The appointment was propitious for the queen to rescue from her wardrobe a garment that, although we have already seen it on several occasions, continues to generate comments.
La Reina ha entregado a Hispania Nostra la Medalla de Honor de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, que reconoce su trayectoria y dedicación en la defensa, protección y fomento del patrimonio cultural y natural.
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The mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía wore a suit of jacket and skirt of cheviot of Felipe Varela, her head designer, to which she turned again after having worn designs from other houses during the first events of the year.
The garment is one of her favorite dresses since she has worn it at least six times, the first time was the premiere in 2017, on Hispanic Heritage Day.
For this appointment, she has worn her blue Lodi shoes with snakeskin effect and a Magrit wallet in black. As for her style, she wore her hair loose and on her jewelry, as always, she wore her Karem Hallam ring and hoop earrings.