Queen Letizia of Spain was a stylish figure when she joined King Felipe earlier today for a ceremony to mark Armed Forces Day in Madrid.
The Spanish Royal Family, 48, wore a blush pink blazer dress with a pair of fuchsia heels and a matching clutch as they stood next to King Felipe for the event in town this morning.
The couple wore sanitary masks in accordance with Spain’s coronavirus rules while attending the event.
Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, cut a stylish figure when she joined King Felipe, 52, for an Armed Forces Day ceremony in Madrid earlier today
The mother of two walked alongside Madrid’s regional acting president Isabel Diaz Ayuso and Spanish Defense Minister Margarita Robles (left and right)
The Spanish royals wore a blush pink blazer dress with a pair of fuschia heels and a matching clutch as she stood next to King Felipe for the event in Spain this morning.
The quintessentially stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a splash of blush on her cheeks to complement her natural glow.
Meanwhile, she swept her brunette locks into a low bun to reveal dangling green earrings.
It comes in the midst of a busy period for the royal family, who joined the rest of her family yesterday to attend the confirmation of her daughter Leonor.
The young princess, 15, who is studying at Santa Maria de los Rosales school, opted for a royal blue dress that she coordinated with a pair of nude beige pumps, and wore a navy mask in accordance with coronavirus regulations.
Queen Letizia swept her brunette locks into a high bun and revealed green earrings while attending the event earlier today
Queen Letizia could be seen waving to the audience as she walked alongside King Felipe at the event today
The royal family, which was joined by her sister Princess Sofia and parents, King Felipe and Queen Letizia, was confirmed in the Parroquia de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora de Aravaca, the same church where she held her First Communion in 2015.
The teenager, who will turn 16 in October, will be studying at the renowned UWC Atlantic College, located in the 12th-century St Donat’s Castle in Wales, from September onwards.
Princess Leonor wore her shoulder-length blonde locks loose and opted for no jewelry, while her younger sister, Infanta Sofía, 13, opted for a floral dress and wore her hair in loose curls that flowed over her shoulders.
At one point, the royal couple bowed their heads during the ceremony, while King Felipe saluted
Queen Letizia opted for a pink ensemble for the occasion, combining her heels with a beautiful clutch
The couple spoke to soldiers today at the event along with Spanish Defense Minister Margarita Robles
Meanwhile, their effortlessly stylish mother, Queen Letizia, wore a monochrome ensemble, pairing a white blouse with smart black pants.
And days ago, the royal family chaired an event reflecting on female leadership in the workplace in Madrid.
She chose a recycled Hugo Boss dress for the meeting of the Spanish Federation of Business Women, which she wore for the first time in 2019 at an event to mark World Rare Diseases Day.
The royal couple waved to the crowd as they left the Madrid event this morning (pictured together)
King Felipe VI’s wife, who is the honorary president of the Federation, paired the favorite dress with black and white stiletto heels and added a white crossbody bag, which she hung from her left shoulder.
The event aimed to encourage female leadership in the corporate world and discuss ways to end gender discrimination in the workplace.
Letizia used the recycled look to impress when she arrived at the ESADE Auditorium in Madrid.
The dress had an asymmetrical neckline and a thin black belt that held the royal waist at the waist.