Queen Letizia of Spain cuts a relaxed figure as she joins the President of Paraguay for lunch
Queen Letizia continued to show off her diplomatic prowess today as she attended a lunch with the President and the First Lady of Paraguay.
The Spanish monarch, 49, visited the presidential residence in Asunción, the country’s capital, as part of an official visit to discuss a program of cooperation between the two countries.
This is his sixth such trip since becoming queen.
Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown skinny pants, and an elegant snakeskin belt.
The royal appeared in good spirits as she greeted royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira.
Queen Letizia of Spain continued to show off her diplomatic prowess today as she attended a lunch with the President and the First Lady of Paraguay
The 49-year-old appeared in good spirits as she greeted royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira
This is Letizia’s sixth cooperative trip since becoming Queen and can be seen in the middle of a conversation with President Mario Abdo Benitez.
Putting safety first, the royal wore a white face covering and wore her straight, loose raven braids around her shoulders, choosing a pair of practical hiking boots to finish off the outfit.
Also opting for a casual look, First Lady Silvana, 47, opted for high-waisted khaki paper pants, white sandals and a green and brown shirt adorned with a geometric pattern.
Diplomacy between countries has lasted for decades and yesterday Letizia praised the work and dedication of Spanish aid workers in Paraguay during a visit to the ruins of the Jesuit mission of Jesus de Tavarangue.
The group is working to improve access to health and education services and to combat trafficking in women in this South American country.
Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown skinny pants and an elegant snakeskin belt
Putting safety first, the royal wore a white face covering and wore her straight, loose raven braids around her shoulders
Opting for the disguised look, Letizia opted for a pair of practical hiking shoes to complete her outfit this afternoon.
Diplomacy between countries has lasted for decades and today marks the third in an official cooperative visit to the South American country
Letizia landed in Paraguay on Tuesday evening at Asunción Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, where she was greeted by First Lady Silvana Abdo, as well as Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo and Madrid Ambassador Carmen Castiella Ruiz.
Throughout the three-day trip, she will participate in many activities with the First Lady, focusing on projects between the two countries with a particular focus on women’s empowerment and health, education and preparedness. youth employment.
She was without her husband, King Felipe VI, 53, and the Infanta Sofía, 14, her daughter, and Princess Leonor who recently celebrated her 16th birthday.
The young royal, a student at United World College of the Atlantic in Wales, recently reunited with her family for the first time since leaving for boarding school in August.
First Lady Silvana, Letizia and President Mario are seen greeting royal fans before their lunch at the presidential residence
First Lady Silvana, 47, opted for high-waisted khaki paper pants, white sandals and a green and brown shirt decorated with a geometric pattern
The Spanish monarch is pictured before shaking hands with President of Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez
Letizia met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple had an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.
The former news anchor is the granddaughter of a taxi driver and the eldest daughter of Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez, journalist, and the first wife María de la Paloma Rocasolano Rodríguez, nurse and hospital union representative.
She attended public high school and graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid. She then obtained a master’s degree in audiovisual journalism at the Institute for Audiovisual Journalism Studies.
King Juan Carlos abdicated in 2014 in favor of his son, now King Felipe VI.