Doña Letizia, in the library: her most amortized Massimo Dutti confetti dress

It was a signing ten. This ink blue dress with a cheerful confetti print by Massimo Dutti has become one of the most amortized in the dressing room of Mrs. Letizia. He has rescued it again during his visit to the exhibition Nebrija. The pride of being a grammarian. An act that took place this Wednesday March 22 at the National Library in Madrid.

Organized by the National Library of Spain, Spanish Cultural Action and the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation, the exhibition, dedicated to the author of Grammar of the Spanish language, was inaugurated last November. A retrospective on the occasion of the fifth centenary of his death, in 1522, which shows us not only the intellectual profile of Antonio de Nebrija, but also the man behind the humanist, philologist, educator, translator, historian and teacher, known as the Grammarian.

Letizia, with a fantasy print look

Spring morning in the capital. The Queen has arrived at the emblematic building of the National Library around 10:30. For this mild temperature, she has opted for this dress with long puffed sleeves and a midi cut from one of the most acclaimed Inditex brands. It is a design that wears a drop neck. But the most of the most is the print. A fun game of colors with polka dots in the form of confetti, which goes on an ink blue background.