Queen Letizia of Spain exudes elegance in a pleated white midi skirt for an event in Madrid

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Queen Letizia of Spain cut a stylish figure in a pleated white midi skirt when she attended an event in Madrid today.

The royal mother of two, 48, looked radiant when she joined husband King Felipe, 53, as they envisioned the presentation of the IFEMA convention and exhibition center’s new corporate strategy and brand.

Queen Letizia combined the trendy white midi skirt with a high neck, sleeveless black T-shirt and a black belt.

She accessorized with a black clutch with gold hardware, her usual rings and a pair of silver drop-shaped earrings.

Queen Letizia of Spain looked stunning in a pleated white midi skirt as she chaired the presentation of the new corporate strategy and brand of the IFEMA Congress and Exhibition Center with her husband, King Felipe, 53, today in Madrid

Queen Letizia of Spain looked stunning in a pleated white midi skirt as she chaired the presentation of the new corporate strategy and brand of the IFEMA Congress and Exhibition Center with her husband, King Felipe, 53, today in Madrid

The stylish Spanish monarch opted for a radiant, natural make-up look, with a lick of brown eyeshadow over her lids.

Queen Letizia wore her brunette locks and paired the outfit with pointed stiletto heels.

The royal couple wore white face covers in accordance with the country’s coronavirus guidelines, which state that masks are mandatory in all public areas, both indoors and outdoors.

Meanwhile, King Felipe wore a dressy gray suit with a navy blue tie and white shirt for the event.

The royal mother of two looked radiant, opting for a radiant makeup look with a small amount of brown eyeshadow on her lids

The royal mother of two looked radiant, opting for a radiant makeup look with a small amount of brown eyeshadow on her lids

The royal mother of two looked radiant, opting for a radiant makeup look with a small amount of brown eyeshadow on her lids

It comes amid a busy period for the couple, days after Queen Letizia attended the placement of the late MP Clara Campoamor’s office at the Congress of Deputies.

The event commemorated the 90th anniversary of the women’s vote in Spain, when Clara Campoamor’s desk and various personal effects were placed on the convention center.

Queen Letizia made a statement in a scarlet ensemble, a daring trouser suit favorite of the royal family, who have recycled it on several occasions.

The outfit is a favorite of Letizia, who also chose the crimson number when she chaired the Foundation of Student Residences board meeting in Madrid last October.

Queen Letizia paired the elegant skirt with a black belt and a black high-neck top with black stiletto heels

Queen Letizia paired the elegant skirt with a black belt and a black high-neck top with black stiletto heels

Queen Letizia paired the elegant skirt with a black belt and a black high-neck top with black stiletto heels

The stylish Spanish monarch is equipped with a black clutch with gold hardware and her usual rings, as well as a pair of silver drop-shaped earrings

The stylish Spanish monarch is equipped with a black clutch with gold hardware and her usual rings, as well as a pair of silver drop-shaped earrings

The stylish Spanish monarch is equipped with a black clutch with gold hardware and her usual rings, as well as a pair of silver drop-shaped earrings

She was joined by the President of the Spanish Senate, Pilar Llop, the President of the House of Representatives, Meritxell Batet, and the Spanish First Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo.

Clara Campoamor was a Spanish politician and feminist who advocated for women’s rights and suffrage in 1931 while writing the Spanish constitution.

It led to the incorporation of constitutional language to ensure equality between men and women.

It comes after she and her husband, King Felipe, 53, wrote a telegram addressed to ‘Dear Aunt Lilibet’ to mourn the death of ‘Dear Uncle Philip’, who died at Windsor Castle on Friday at the age of 99.

King Felipe, meanwhile, wore a gray suit with a navy blue tie and a white shirt with black shoes for the Madrid event

King Felipe, meanwhile, wore a gray suit with a navy blue tie and a white shirt with black shoes for the Madrid event

King Felipe, meanwhile, wore a gray suit with a navy blue tie and a white shirt with black shoes for the Madrid event

The fame between the British and Spanish royal households is due to Felipe’s maternal great-grandfather, King Constantine I of Greece (1868-1923), also an uncle of the Duke of Edinburgh.

Queen Elizabeth II announced her husband’s death on Friday when the Union Flag was lowered at half mast outside Buckingham Palace.

European royals were quick to express their condolences, with Felipe sharing a moving and personal message to his ‘Dear Aunt Lilibet’, expressing ‘all our love and affection’.

It said, “We were deeply saddened to learn of the death of our dear Uncle Philip.

The royal couple wore white face coverings to comply with Spanish coronavirus guidelines, which require masks to be worn in any public environment, both indoors and outdoors

The royal couple wore white face coverings to comply with Spanish coronavirus guidelines, which require masks to be worn in any public environment, both indoors and outdoors

The royal couple wore white face coverings to comply with Spanish coronavirus guidelines, which require masks to be worn in any public environment, both indoors and outdoors

Queen Letizia's shiny locks were worn and hung loose over her back as she tucked it behind her ears

Queen Letizia's shiny locks were worn and hung loose over her back as she tucked it behind her ears

Queen Letizia’s shiny locks were worn and hung loose over her back as she tucked it behind her ears

‘At this painful time, we wish to convey to you our deepest condolences on behalf of the Spanish Government and the people and all of our closeness and support.

‘We will never forget the opportunities we have been able to share with him and the legacy of service and dedication to the Crown and the United Kingdom that he has always performed by your side.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Your Majesty and all the family. With all our love and affection. ‘