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Queen Letizia stuns fans in £18 Zara dress at Atlantida Mallorca Film Fest – ‘Loving it’ | royal | New

Queen Letizia, 49, who has been queen consort of Spain since 2014, made an appearance at the closing ceremony of the 12th Atlantida Mallorca Film Fest. The mother-of-two arrived at the July 31 ceremony in an affordable dress.

The €22 (£18) black dress was made by Spanish retailer Zara.

The Queen teamed the black satin midi dress with jeweled flats made by Magrit.

She also clung to a beaded clutch made by Mango.

However, according to 9Honey, Letizia fans won’t be able to emulate her style as the Zara dress is from a past season and no longer available online.

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During her visit to the Atlantida Mallorca Film Fest, Letizia presented Parisian producer Isabelle Huppert, 69, with the Masters of Cinema award.

She also attended the world premiere of the documentary “El Falsificador” directed by Kike Maillo, 47.

“El Falsificador” is about the FBI’s most wanted art forger, Oswald Aulestia.

Queen Letizia attended the event alongside Balearic Islands President Francina Armengol, 50, and even Culture Minister, 61, Miquel Iceta.

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According to the Spanish royal family, Dame Judi Dench, 87, took part in the event in Mallorca.

British directors Ken Loach, 86, Vanessa Redgrave, 85, and Stephen Frears, 81, were also present.

Fans of the Spanish Royal Family have taken to social media to offer their support for the Queen.

Writing in Spanish, Twitter user @emulsion_de said, “Love it.”

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In a separate post, the same user said, “Letizia is beautiful!”

A second user, operating under the handle @joseguarteabog1, added: “Congratulations”.