On June 25, King Felipe and Queen Letizia visit The Balearic Islands (Catalan: Illes Balears), an archipelago of Spain in the Western Mediterranean Sea.
The archipelago forms an autonomous community and a province of Spain, with Palma de Mallorca as the capital.
Their Majesties traveled accompanied by the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto.
This trip is part of a royal tour that will take King Felipe and Queen Letizia through several Spanish Autonomous Communities with the objective of supporting economic, social and cultural activity after the Coronavirus outbreak.
- SPANISH ROYAL TOUR CANARY ISLANDS.
- SPANISH ROYAL TOUR SEVILLE AND CORDOBA.
- SPANISH ROYAL TOUR CUENCA.
- SPANISH ROYALK TOUR MURCIA.
The couple launched the campaign “Spain for Sure” last week and this tour will take them to different Spanish communities in the coming days.
Audiences at Iberostar Cristina Hotel
King Felipe and Queen Letizia began their visit to the Balearic Islands in Majorca, at the Iberostar Cristina hotel, where the Iberostar Group has launched a pilot plan in which they offer free accommodation in this establishment to their employees and relatives of the island to test the effectiveness of its health protocols against COVID-19, before its reopening to tourists.Embed from Getty Images
King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain, wearing face masks, arrive for audiences at Iberostar Cristina Hotel.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
In an open-air terrace of the hotel, Felipe and Letizia had a meeting with a representation of the Balearic Business Association (CAEB), Social Agents (UGT and CCOO),the Hotel Associations and Federations of the Balearic Islands (FEHM, ASHOME and FHIF), the Federation of the Small Medium Enterprise of Mallorca (PIMEN), among others.
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Encuentro de los Reyes con representantes de la patronal empresarial de Baleares (CAEB y PIMEM), agentes sociales (UGT y CCOO) y las asociaciones y federaciones hoteleras de las Illes Balears (FEHM, ASHOME y FHIF) https://t.co/ctJ19AUATA pic.twitter.com/wCis3UfCeT— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) June 25, 2020
Lastly, Their Maejsties held a meeting with the President, Josep Vicens, and representatives of the Cercle d’Economy of Mallorca, where the impact and the need to articulate recovery plans on the islands after the pandemic were analyzed.Embed from Getty Images
Felipe of Spain puts on his face mask preaparing to leave after the audience with his wife Queen Letizia of Spain at Iberostar Cristina Hotel.
S’Arenal Beach and Promenade of Playa de Palma
After the audiences, Their Majesties walked to S’Arenal Beach, accompanied by the President of the Government of the Balearic Islands, Francina Armengol, and the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.Embed from Getty Images
King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain are seen walking at S’Arenal Beach.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
During their tour along the promenade of Playa de Palma, The King and The Queen received the greetings of the main authorities of the Islands and the city, and of the Majorcans and tourists who gathered to meet them.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Queen Letizia of Spain waves at well-wishers as she takes a walk with her husband King Felipe of Spain on promenade of S’Arenal Beach.Embed from Getty Images
Audiences at Hotel Riu Concordia
Later, Their Majesties made their way to the Riu Concordia Hotel, where they were informed about sanitary and contingency protocols that guarantee sanitary security in the hotel.Embed from Getty Images
Los Reyes visitan uno de los hoteles de Illes Balears que participan en el Plan piloto de recuperación del turismo, que crea corredores seguros para trasladar turistas europeos a los aeropuertos de Palma de Mallorca, Menorca e Ibiza. https://t.co/ctJ19AUATA pic.twitter.com/JDOekHfuX3— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) June 25, 2020
“Welcome to Spain”. Conversación con una pareja de turistas alemanes en Mallorca. @goib @mincoturgob @ajuntpalma @Consellmallorca @TurismeBalears @MAECgob @embespalemania https://t.co/ctJ19AUATA pic.twitter.com/Exg7x04a3Y— Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) June 25, 2020
Royal Fashion: Queen Letizia
Queen Letizia recycles her green printed Maje Rayema Dress. She wore Mint & Rose Sardinia Espadrille Wedges.
She finished off her look with Yellow Gold Bamboo Hoop Earrings and Sterling silver signature ring from Karen Hallam.
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Yellow Gold Bamboo Hoop Earrings.Embed from Getty Images
Sterling silver signature ring from Karem Hallam.
- KING FELIPE AND QUEEN LETIZIA AT THE LAUNCH OF SPAIN FOR SURE.
- QUEEN LETIZIA AT ANNUAL MEETING OF ‘INSTITUTO CERVANTES’.
- QUEEN LETIZIA VISITED HER HOMETOWN OVIEDO.
- UEEN LETIZIA AND KING FELIPE ATTENDED THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘EL MUNDO’ NEWSPAPER.