Last year she was snapped in a pair of leather culottes on several occasions.
As the Catalan pro-independence crisis continues to deepen, tens of thousands of demonstrators have rallied in Madrid to express their support of Spain staying unified.
So it was no surprise to see Queen Letizia of Spain step out in a pair of skinny black leather trousers in Madrid on Wednesday.The 44-year-old mother-of-two added a sharply tailored sleeveless white jacket and a pair of towering black heels for a visit to the city's National Museum of Science and Technology."Our thesis is that the group had planned one or more attacks with explosives in the city of Barcelona," Mr Trapero said.He would not confirm that Abouyaaquoub was behind the wheel in Barcelona but confirmed that officials did not know where he or the driver are.His brother, El Houssaine, and first cousins Mohamed and Omar Hichami were killed alongside Moussa Oukabir and Said Aalla by police in the second ramming attack in the resort town of Cambrils.
Es Satty was one of at least two plotters killed in an accidental explosion that destroyed a house they were using as a bomb factory in Alcanar on Wednesday night.
Police said traces of the volatile explosive TATP, used in Isis’ Manchester, Paris and Brussels attacks, was found alongside around 120 bottles of gas in the ruins in Alcanar.
Josep Lluis Trapero, the head of Catalonia’s police force, said the original plan to create huge vehicle bombs was foiled by the accidental blast, which rushed plotters into “rudimentary” assaults the following day.
In 2015 he started teaching at a mosque in Ripoll, the quiet Spanish town home to most of the Spain attackers. But I can't say it because these people are dangerous and they could come after me.
Friends and relatives said the plotters, including a waiter and extreme sports instructor, appeared to lead normal lives until they started attending Es Satty’s sermons. I don't trust anybody now." Leaders of Es Satty's former mosque denounced the terror attacks, but denied the preacher was anything other than "a normal imam".
Belgian media reported that the suspected ringleader of the attack, Moroccan imam Abdelbaki Es Satty, spent at least three months in the country.