When Queen Letizia presented scholarships alongside King Felipe at Iberdrola on July 5, 2016, in Madrid, she wore a summery floral chiffon Zara, a Spanish high street brand, dress. It featured long sleeves and came just below the knee.
The delicate lily printed dress sold out quickly after Her Majesty was spotted wearing it with a pair of Zara drop earrings and nude Prada shoes. She was also carrying a pink Adolfo Dominguez clutch. Zara is a store that Letizia often wears items from, as do other royals across Europe.
According to Casa Real, Their Majesties "presented the scholarships to study masters in energy and environment in the United States, Spain or the United Kingdom and aid to research in energy and environment, as well as scholarships for training and research in restoration of the Museum of Prado and the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao."
The program was originally created in 2010 and has been continuing to grow since its inception. Casa Real also added, "Thanks to the joint work of the different foundations of the Iberdrola Group, young people from five nationalities (United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, Mexico and Spain) will be able to study different masters courses in Spanish, British or American universities in areas related to renewable energies, energy efficiency, energy storage, electric vehicle, intelligent distribution networks, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Data processing (Big Data) and cyber security. The International Scholarship Program also includes grants for energy and environmental research in Spain."
The King and Queen posed for photos with the winners outside the Iberdrola Building.