Letizia reappears with her most ‘casual’ look after her 20th wedding anniversary: ​​smile, suit and sports shoes in the center of Madrid

The Queen Letizia He attended the premiere of the documentary this Thursday The Science of African Women-Science by Women, based on the experience of African scientists who have gone through the ‘They investigate’ program throughout the 9 years that the project has been underway. An event for which he went to the Palacio de la Prensa in Madrid, in the center of the capital, and in which he showed off his most youthful and casual image: blue suit, lingerie top and sports shoes. For accessories, a Carolina Herrera bag and a splendid smile.

The royal consort, who celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary in privacy this Wednesday, chose the white and blue combination for a spring afternoon that reached 25 degrees in the capital. The suit, with a classic cut and made of linen and viscose, is a perfect wardrobe basic for this type of work events, with a single button and XL lapel. It is signed by Woman Limited, one of the El Corte Inglés brands, and can be purchased for 230 euros.

At his feet, a pair of Vivobarefoot sneakers, a wide and comfortable shoe that he has used since last May 6, when he fractured the proximal phalanx of the central toe of his right foot in a domestic accident. Then, Casa Real commented that Doña Letizia would maintain her official agenda although she would leave her heels on hold for a few weeks.

She completed the look with a white Carolina Herrera bag, specifically the Initials Insignia, made of baobab leather and the clasp of the House of Herrera’s 35th anniversary bracelet plated in rhodium. A piece that costs 810 euros and that the queen also has in fuchsia.

The wife of Felipe VI greeted her hosts, among whom were the former vice president of the government María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, with a broad smile. A journalist by profession and a lover of the seventh art, the afternoon’s plan seemed most appealing: the premiere of the documentary The Science of African Women-Science by Women, where The experience of African scientists who have gone through the ‘Science by Women’ program is told, which promotes the leadership of African women in scientific research and technology transfer and boosts the capacity of research centers in the country itself.