Queen Letizia presides over the final of the Queen’s Cup in Zaragoza without the company of Princess Leonor

The Queen Letizia has settled its debt with women’s football, since it had been five years since the wife of Felipe VI had access to the authorities’ box at a women’s football tournament in Spain. This Saturday afternoon, the consort attended the La Romareda stadium, in Zaragoza, to preside over the final of the Queen’s Cup. Although Princess Leonor is at the General Military Academy in the Aragonese capital, Doña Letizia has attended the sports event without the company of her first-born daughter.

Upon her arrival at the stadium, Queen Letizia kindly greeted all the citizens who came to the vicinity of the club. “Up the Queen“, some fans have shouted at the consort. Likewise, the media have congratulated Doña Letizia for the photographs that the royal house published this Saturday for the 20th anniversary of her wedding with Don Felipe. For her part, Letizia has responded kindly with a “thank you so much“.

Once inside La Romareda, the consort has presided over the authorities’ box. Together with the queen, we have been able to see John Laportacurrent president of the Barcelona Football Club, Pilar AlegríaMinister of Education and Jorge Azconcurrent president of the Government of Aragon.

For her soccer afternoon, Telma Ortiz’s sister has opted for a multicolored tweed jacket with three-quarter sleeves, which she has combined with elegant white pants and comfortable sneakers.

On August 20, Queen Letizia attended the final of the Women’s World Cup in Sydney with Infanta Sofía between the Spanish and English teams. The wife of Felipe VI and his youngest daughter participated in the presentation of decorations, both to the referees and to the British team, semi-finalist of this World Cup. But the excitement on her faces was noticeable when it was her turn to receive the Spanish women. Without following the protocol, Letizia and the sister of the Princess Eleanor They hugged the players, one by one, and ended up bouncing on the grass.