Queen Letizia of Spain stepped out in a fuchsia dress while attending an event in Madrid today.
The 50-year-old royal photo was taken while attending the National Sports Awards Ceremony at the Royal Palace in El Pardo with her husband, King Felipe.
She wore an elegant outfit for the function, wearing a fuchsia silk blouse and matching midi skirt in a matching color.
Finishing off the trendy look, the mom-of-two opted for a pair of pointed toe pumps with stiletto heels.
Letizia opted for her own lustrous chestnut locks, which she wore in a sleek, blow-dried style.
The Queen (pictured, right) attended the event with her husband, King Felipe (pictured, left) in Madrid today
When it came to cosmetics, the royal family opted for a dewy, natural foundation, paired with pink blush and a pink lip.
The focal point of her makeup look was a smoky brown eye, along with black eyeliner, and full, well-groomed eyebrows.
Her jewelry was minimal, and included a pair of gold lobster earrings, and a simple ring on her index finger.
Meanwhile, her husband, Prince Felipe, looked dapper, donning a navy striped two-piece suit.
The 55-year-old was also wearing a faded blue shirt and red tie, which matched his wife’s similar outfits.
As a final touch to his outfit, Felipe chose a pair of leather double monk strap shoes.
While attending the National Sports Awards ceremony, the royal couple handed out a number of accolades to the athletes.
Queen Letizia (pictured) wore a trendy fuchsia ensemble while attending the National Sports Awards Gala at the Royal Palace in El Pardo today
Both royals wore similar shades – with the King simply incorporating the color into his tie, while the Queen wore a full outfit featuring the color
Among them, they honored Spanish golfer John Ramm (whose mother, Angela Rodriguez, received the trophy), and FC Barcelona midfielder Alexia Potellas.
They also presented an award to Venezuelan athlete Yulimar Rojas, who currently holds the world record in the women’s triple jump.
Today’s engagement follows the King’s visit to southern Spain for the Talent Tour and the announcement of the award winners, hosted by the Princess of Girona Foundation.
During the appointment, she wore a dress from the Spanish brand Cairo, which cost only 96 euros.
Among the athletes honored at the award ceremony was Venezuelan athlete Yulimar Rojas (pictured, left).
Letizia (pictured, right) also handed a trophy to Barcelona midfielder Alexia Potellas (pictured, left)
Angela Rodriguez (pictured, left) holds an award for her son, Spanish golfer John Rahm (pictured LR: King Felipe, Queen Letizia)
The Queen looked more spring-ready than ever as she stepped out in a brightly colored floral print midi dress.
The dress is made of crepe fabric and has an adjustable waist tie with a loop belt.
The half sleeve dress has a gathered material on one shoulder and has a bunch of colorful flowers printed on it, like yellow, pink, lavender and tangerine.
The Princess Girona Foundation was created to help young people prepare for their futures – both professionally and personally – and is focused on making successful young people role models for others.
The Foundation supports programs to improve employment and educational transformation for young educators.