Queen Letizia of Spain looked sharp in a cream tweed jacket as she stepped out to announce the winner of the Princess of Girona Foundation today.
The 50-year-old Spanish royal showed off her sophisticated sense of style during the Tour de Talento event in Valladolid.
Letizia, a mother of two, paired her elegant jacket with black trousers, adding a pair of elegant heels to finish off her look.
The Princess of Girona Foundation Awards recognize young people between the ages of 16 and 35 who have started a business that produces positive changes for society.
Princess of Girona is the title held by Letizia’s eldest daughter, Leonor, 15, who will one day be Queen of Spain.
Queen Letizia of Spain looked elegant in a cream tweed jacket as she stepped out to announce the winner of the Princess of Girona Foundation awards.
The Queen of Spain, 50, showed off her sophisticated sense of style during the Tour de Talento event in Valladolid
She wore glamorous eye makeup, with smoky eyes, brown eyeshadow, and a sculpted brow that brought a sophisticated edge to the everyday look.
Letizia is known for her love of minimalist jewelry and rocked an understated pair of gold hoop earrings.
The royalty, who attended the event without her husband, King Felipe VI, appeared relaxed upon arrival in Valladolid today.
The Princess of Girona Foundation is promoted by the patron His Majesty the King, Felipe VI, who is honorary president on behalf of his daughter Princess Leonor.
The main objective of the Foundation is to work for young people in all critical areas for their future.
It is a private foundation created in 2009 and backed by 88 patrons, the honorary president being King Felipe VI, representing his daughter Princess Leonor.
It seeks to become a national benchmark in supporting young people in their professional and personal development.
It also hopes to identify talented young people who can act as role models for other young people and launch programs to improve employability.
Queen Letizia was warmly received upon arrival by local officials in Valladolid ahead of the awards ceremony.
Letizia, a mother of two, paired her elegant jacket with black pants and added height to her body with stiletto heels.
Her brunette locks were parted down the center, and her glamorous makeup enhanced her flawless complexion.
Today’s appearance comes after Letizia looked elegant as she stepped out in a modest and respectful black dress alongside her husband King Felipe earlier this month as they attended a memorial concert.
She showed off her enviable silhouette in a long-sleeved black dress with a metallic look, which fastened at the waist with a bow detail.
Letizia accessorized with a black leather tote bag and black shoes while attending a memorial concert to commemorate the victims of terrorism in Madrid.
Last month, it was announced that Letizia’s daughter, Spain’s Infanta Sofía, will attend the United World College of the Atlantic in Wales on a two-year course for £68,000.
The 15-year-old will follow in the footsteps of her sister, 17-year-old Princess Eleanor, heir to the Spanish throne, who is in her final year at the Vale of Glamorgan specialist education college.
Sofia will become the latest in a long line of royal alumni at the university, including Princess Elisabeth, heir to the throne of Belgium, who graduated in 2020, and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.
Located in the 12th-century St. Donat’s Castle on the country’s southern coast, the university, nicknamed “Hippie Hogwarts,” was founded by German pedagogue Kurt Hahn.
School fees for the two-year course cost a whopping £68,000 and include Tai Chi, theory of knowledge and Tibetan literature.