Queen Letizia’s visit to confined areas in Madrid did not disappoint in terms of the outfit that Her Majesty selected to fulfill her duty as monarch.
The Queen visited Puente de Vallecas, one of the confined areas of the Community of Madrid, where she chaired a working meeting with the Spanish Mental Health Confederation.
La Reina se reúne con la Confederación Salud Mental España, cuya misión es mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas con enfermedad mental y sus familias, defender sus derechos y representar a este movimiento asociativo. https://t.co/sRQD6OGpAD pic.twitter.com/Ekq2KnC19M
— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) September 30, 2020
This was the visit of Queen Letizia to confined areas in Madrid
Letizia wore a rather understated outfit consisting of a blouse with a red houndstooth print, a Carolina Herrera design that she combined with her black Hugo Boss culottes and Uterqüe loafers.
Since her return from Palma, the queen has not had a new look at any of the events she has attended.
The situation in the country, especially the Spanish monarchy, is not going through its best moment, so the queen has chosen to recover the best of her wardrobe.
This recent visit to Puente de Vallecas was not to stand out with new looks and the queen knows it since it is one of the areas of the Spanish capital most affected by covid-19.