Queen Letizia and Zara boss Marta Ortega agree on style: passion for linen

Busy week for Queen Letizia. After lunch this Monday with Volodímir Zelenski at the Royal Palace and her presence at the final of the Scientific Monologue Contest, the consort presided this Thursday together with the king Felipe VI the first meeting of the Royal Board of Trustees of the Gallery of Royal Collections. For the occasion, the mother of Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía has resorted to one of her star looks: a total two-piece look consisting of a blazer and light blue suit pants by Adolfo Domínguez.

Due to the high temperatures in Madrid, the consort has chosen linen for the material of her suit. This fabric is also the favorite of Martha Ortega for these next few hot months in the capital. Zara’s boss, who coincided at the event with the monarch and her consort, has also opted for linen for her appointment at the Gallery of the Royal Collections.

Although Amancio Ortega’s daughter and the queen have agreed on the material of her outfit, each one has chosen the garment that best suits her style. Marta has worn a loose-fitting khaki dress with a gathered neckline, which she has combined with an elegant beige midi jacket.

For her part, Queen Letizia has complemented her flattering blue linen suit with a basic white slip top and comfortable sneakers in the same color. It must be remembered that the consort wears sneakers in her last public events due to the fracture that occurred in one of her fingers due to a domestic accident.

The Gallery of the Royal Collections, built in the monumental complex of the Royal Palace of Madrid as the top of the cornice that opens to the Campo del Moro park from the Plaza de la Armería, constitutes the most important State project of the museum policy of the last decades in Spain.

Likewise, the Royal Board of Trustees of the Gallery of Royal Collections is made up of 32 members. Among them are Marta Ortega, president of Inditex; Marta Alvarezpresident of El Corte Inglés; José Manuel Entrecanalespresident of Acciona, José María Álvarez Palletepresident of Telefónica o Gregorio Marañónpresident of the Teatro Real.