King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are joined by their daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia were joined by their daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia today as they chaired the meeting of the patronage of Girona’s Princess Foundation at El Pardo palace near Madrid city in Spain.

The Spanish royal family, who all donned face masks, posed for a photograph before they received members of the patronage prior to the meeting. 

Typically stylish, Letizia, 48, donned a bold red three-quartered length sleeved top which she paired with a chic black skirt, complete with floral pattern detail, and high stiletto heels. 

Princess Leonor, 14, looked chic in a paisley printed frock with ruffle hem line, which she paired with smart, black pointed shoes. 

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia were joined by their daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia (pictured, left to right) today as they chaired the meeting of the patronage of Girona's Princess Foundation at El Pardo palace near Madrid city in Spain

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia were joined by their daughters Princesses Leonor and Sofia (pictured, left to right) today as they chaired the meeting of the patronage of Girona’s Princess Foundation at El Pardo palace near Madrid city in Spain

Letizia donned a bold red three-quartered length sleeved top which she paired with a chic black skirt

Letizia donned a bold red three-quartered length sleeved top which she paired with a chic black skirt

Her sister Princess Sofia, 13, opted for a monochrome polka dot dress and plain black flat shoes.

Queen Letizia and both her daughters opted to wear their long locks loose, while King Felipe put on a dapper display in a smart black suit and purple tie.  

The Prince of Girona Foundation was created in 2009 by a group of Catalan businesspeople and financiers, with the patronage of Felipe, then heir to the throne. 

Prince/princess of Girona is one of the titles of the Spanish heir apparent.  

The organisation aims to ‘support young people in their professional and personal development’ through a number of initiatives.

These include the prizes, which it awards yearly in five categories: Arts and Letters, Social, Entity, Scientific Research and Business.

The organisation aims to 'support young people in their professional and personal development' through a number of initiatives. Pictured, King Felipe VI (L-R), Queen Letizia, Asturias' Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia

The organisation aims to ‘support young people in their professional and personal development’ through a number of initiatives. Pictured, King Felipe VI (L-R), Queen Letizia, Asturias’ Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia

The royal completed her outfit with minimal jewellery and a pair of high stiletto heel. Pictured, Spain's King Felipe VI (L-R, back), Queen Letizia, Asturias' Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia receive members of the patronage prior to chairing the meeting

The royal completed her outfit with minimal jewellery and a pair of high stiletto heel. Pictured, Spain’s King Felipe VI (L-R, back), Queen Letizia, Asturias’ Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia receive members of the patronage prior to chairing the meeting

The Prince of Girona Foundation was created in 2009 by a group of Catalan businesspeople and financiers, with the patronage of Felipe, then heir to the throne. Pictured, King Felipe VI (L-R), Queen Letizia, Asturias' Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia

The Prince of Girona Foundation was created in 2009 by a group of Catalan businesspeople and financiers, with the patronage of Felipe, then heir to the throne. Pictured, King Felipe VI (L-R), Queen Letizia, Asturias’ Princess Leonor and infanta Sofia

King Felipe VI (3rd-R), Queen Letizia (2nd-R), Asturias' Princess Leonor (4th-R) and infanta Sofia (R) chair the meeting of the patronage of Girona's Princess Foundation

King Felipe VI (3rd-R), Queen Letizia (2nd-R), Asturias’ Princess Leonor (4th-R) and infanta Sofia (R) chair the meeting of the patronage of Girona’s Princess Foundation

In October, Princesses Leonor and Sofia joined King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain today to greet the Princess of Asturias Award winners.

The Spanish royal family met with the victors in Oviedo, in the Principality of Asturias in the north of the country.

Sharing its name with Leonor, who is heir to the Spanish throne and holds the title of Princess of Asturias, the annual awards are presented to individuals or organisations who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities, and public affairs.

The Princess of Asturias Awards are a series of annual prizes awarded in Spain by the Princess of Asturias Foundation – previously the Prince of Asturias Foundation – to individuals, entities or organisations from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities and public affairs.

Each recipient present at the ceremony receives a diploma, a sculpture expressly created for the awards by Spanish sculptor Joan Miró, and a pin with the emblem of the Foundation.

Princess Leonor, 14, looked chic in a paisley printed frock with ruffle hem line, which she paired with smart, black pointed shoes (second from right)

Princess Leonor, 14, looked chic in a paisley printed frock with ruffle hem line, which she paired with smart, black pointed shoes (second from right) 

Princess Sofia (pictured, far left), 13, opted for a monochrome polka dot dress and plain black flat shoe.

Princess Sofia (pictured, far left), 13, opted for a monochrome polka dot dress and plain black flat shoe.

The Spanish royals put safety first in face masks as they made their way inside today. Pictured, Spain's King Felipe VI (C-right) and Leonor, Princess of Asturias (C-left)

The Spanish royals put safety first in face masks as they made their way inside today. Pictured, Spain’s King Felipe VI (C-right) and Leonor, Princess of Asturias (C-left)

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