Letizia from Spain is postponing a Zara top for a very special comeback
Letizia from Spain did some shopping for her return to school Zara. Masked, the Spanish sovereign attended the Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio school year in Milagro in the Navarre region to start the school year. An important commitment, while his own daughters Leonor (14 years old) and Sofia (13 years old) must adhere to a mandatory quarantine just two days after returning to their classes while a comrade tested positive for the coronavirus.
On Monday, September 14th, 2020, we saw Letizia from Spain in elegance, in black pants that she had combined with a top from Zara. A gray plaid top at the waist that she had already worn in 2018. The Spanish company sold this pretty piece for £ 25.99. This top comes from an earlier collection and is a victim of its success. It’s sold out. Wedge sandals with ribbons, flawless ponytail, ring signed Karen Hallam: the Queen of Spain made this affordable piece precious.
During her visit, Letizia from Spain was able to meet both the facility staff and the teaching staff. She also addressed the students, who all wore masks. The 47-year-old sovereign had chosen a self-filtering KN95 mask to protect herself from the virus.
Students from the same school, the prestigious Santa María de los Rosales institution in Madrid, Leonor and Sofia, will not have spent much time in the classroom. Local media reported about a young girl who attended the same school and was allegedly infected by her father who had the virus. The Princess of Asturias, who was entering her fourth year of school, and her sister Sofia, who was entering her sophomore year, were therefore asked to remain imprisoned. We are now waiting for the results of the PCR test they had to pass.
However, Letizia from Spain is not giving up his commitments. On September 16, she will have her husband, King Felipe, by her side for the 125th anniversary of the Heraldo de Aragón newspaper. You will proceed with the inauguration of the exhibition Delibes and the opening of the Royal Theater in Madrid on September 17th and 18th.