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Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI. From Spain visit Somao to present the city with an award


King Felipe VI. And Queen Letizia of Spain had a family day in Somao today as part of the Princess of Asturias Awards.

The royal family explored the pretty parish in Pravia, which won the 2020 best Asturian village award.

After everyone had adopted an elegant, casual atmosphere for the performance, the foursome also wore protective face covers for their tour.

48-year-old Queen Letizia recycled a cream Burberry trench coat that she previously wore in 2018 and wore it open over a black crew-neck sweater, gray checked pants and black flats.

King Felipe VI. And Queen Letizia of Spain had a family day in Somao today as part of the Princess of Asturias Awards

Queen Letizia (right), King Felipe and their daughters (left: Princess Sofia and center: Princess Leonor) also wore protective face coverings for their tour

Queen Letizia (right), King Felipe and their daughters (left: Princess Sofia and center: Princess Leonor) also wore protective face coverings for their tour

The royal family explored the pretty parish in Pravia, which won the 2020 best Asturian village award

The royal family explored the pretty parish in Pravia, which won the 2020 best Asturian village award

Queen Letizia, 48, left, recycled an off-white Burberry trench coat that she previously wore in 2018. Pictured with her husband and two daughters

Queen Letizia, 48, left, recycled an off-white Burberry trench coat that she previously wore in 2018. Pictured with her husband and two daughters

The young princesses who clearly care for their stylish mother looked trendy in oversized coats. Leonor, 14, opted for a chic gray houndstooth blazer with black pants and white sneakers.

Her sister Sofia, 13, wore a cozy, long, padded green vest over a white turtleneck and completed her outfit with wide-leg khaki pants and white trainers.

All three women opted to wear their hair in high ponytails, while Letizia opted for a natural makeup with hints of brown eyeshadow and mascara.

Meanwhile, King Felipe adorned his brown plaid blazer and blue shirt with a floral tie in pink and maroon.

The young princesses who clearly care for their stylish mother (on the left with Leonor) looked trendy in oversized coats

Princess Sofia today

The young princesses who clearly care for their stylish mother (left) looked trendy in oversized coats. Left picture: Princess Leonor and right: Princess Sofia

Queen Letizia of Spain with her daughter Princess Leonor during her visit to Somao today

Queen Letizia of Spain with her daughter Princess Leonor during her visit to Somao today

All three women opted to wear their hair in high ponytails, while Letizia opted for a natural makeup with hints of brown eyeshadow and mascara

All three women opted to wear their hair in high ponytails, while Letizia opted for a natural makeup with hints of brown eyeshadow and mascara

Sofia wore a cozy, long, padded green vest over a white turtleneck and completed her outfit with khaki wide leg pants and white trainers

14-year-old Leonor opted for a chic gray houndstooth blazer with black pants and white sneakers

Leonor, 14, on the right, opted for a chic gray houndstooth blazer with black pants and white sneakers. Sofia, left, wore a cozy, long, padded green vest over a white turtleneck and completed her outfit with wide-leg khaki pants and white sneakers

Princess Leonor of Spain waves to royal fans during the tour. The Princesa de Asturias awards have taken in fewer people this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Princess Leonor of Spain waves to royal fans during the tour. The Princesa de Asturias Awards have admitted fewer people this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic

On that occasion, Princess Leonor (pictured next to her mother and sister during their tour) gave her second speech of the week praising the city for its natural beauty and preservation of its history

On that occasion, Princess Leonor (pictured next to her mother and sister during their tour) gave her second speech of the week praising the city for its natural beauty and the preservation of its history

Queen Letizia (left) with Princess Leonor (center) and Princess Sofia (right) during their visit to Somao, winner of the Exemplary Town of Asturias Award

Queen Letizia (left) with Princess Leonor (center) and Princess Sofia (right) during their visit to Somao, winner of the Exemplary Town of Asturias Award

On this occasion, Princess Leonor gave her second speech of the week, praising the city for its natural beauty and the preservation of its history.

She also thanked the locals for their warm welcome when presenting the award to the Somaoi authorities.

The inhabitants of the region received an award for exemplary people for their commitment to the preservation of the wealth of their Indian and rural heritage through close connections of the neighborhood in a convinced and exemplary commitment to the union of tradition and modernity.

The Princess of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes given in Spain by the Princess of Asturias Foundation – formerly the Prince of Asturias Foundation.

Princess Leonor (left) thanked the locals for their warm welcome when she presented the award to the Somaoi authorities

Princess Leonor (left) thanked the locals for their warm welcome when she presented the award to the Soma'i authorities

The Princess of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes given in Spain by the Princess of Asturias Foundation - formerly the Prince of Asturias Foundation. Pictured: the Spanish kings today

The Princess of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes given in Spain by the Princess of Asturias Foundation – formerly the Prince of Asturias Foundation. Pictured: the Spanish kings today

The annual awards are given to individuals or organizations who make remarkable achievements in the sciences, humanities, and public affairs. They share their name with Leonor, heir to the Spanish throne and the title of Princess of Asturias.

Each recipient present at the ceremony will receive a diploma, a sculpture that the Spanish sculptor Joan MirĂ³ created specifically for the awards, and a pin with the foundation's emblem.

There is also a cash prize of 50,000 euros for each category. This amount is split if the category has more than one recipient.

The decision to continue the coronavirus pandemic awards with protective measures – one of which was to move them from their usual venue, the Campoamor Theater, which can seat 1,400 guests – to a smaller location and limit the number of spectators.

Last night the Spanish kings met the winners in Oviedo in the Principality of Asturias.

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