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Queen Letizia of Spain put on a sombre display in black as she inaugurated a memorial center for the victims of terrorism in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain today.

The Spanish royal, 48, donned a dark gown, complete with white trim and waist belt detail, which she paired with black suede slingback heels and a matching clutch bag as she stood next to husband King Felipe, 52, for the event this morning.

The pair put safety first in protective face masks in line with the country’s coronavirus regulations.

The typically stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a light blush to her cheeks to complement her natural glow and a coat of mascara.

Queen Letizia of Spain put on a somber display as she and her husband King Felipe VI inaugurated the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain today (pictured)

Queen Letizia of Spain put on a somber display as she and her husband King Felipe VI inaugurated the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain today (pictured)

The Spanish royal wore a dark denim dress, complete with waist belt detail, which she paired with black suede slingback heels (pictured)

The Spanish royal wore a dark denim dress, complete with waist belt detail, which she paired with black suede slingback heels (pictured)

King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia of Spain and President Pedro Sanchez open the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism (pictured)

King Felipe VI, Queen Letizia of Spain and President Pedro Sanchez open the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism (pictured)

Meanwhile, she wore her shiny dark brown locks loose and hidden behind her ears, revealing a pair of dainty gold hoops.

It was a busy few days for the royal family, who joined King Felipe on Saturday for a ceremony marking the day of the armed forces in Madrid.

The Spanish royal wore a blush pink blazer dress with a pair of fuchsia heels and a matching clutch.

The day before, she joined the rest of her family to attend her daughter Leonor’s confirmation.

The couple put safety first in protective face masks in line with the country's coronavirus regulations (pictured)

The couple put safety first in protective face masks in line with the country’s coronavirus regulations (pictured)

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain unveil the sign at the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain unveil the sign at the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism

King Felipe VI of Spain (C), Queen Letizia of Spain (2R) President Pedro Sanchez (L) and Euskadi President Iñigo Urkullo (R) inaugurate the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism

King Felipe VI of Spain (C), Queen Letizia of Spain (2R) President Pedro Sanchez (L) and Euskadi President Iñigo Urkullo (R) inaugurate the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism

The royal combined her outfit with slingback heels

The Spanish queen also equipped with a matching clutch

Typically stylish, the royal paired her slingback heels (pictured left) with a matching clutch bag (right) as she stood next to King Felipe for the event this morning

The young princess, 15, who studies 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 blue mask in line with coronavirus regulations.

The royal, who was accompanied 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 made her First Communion in 2015.

The teen, who will turn 16 in October, will attend the renowned UWC Atlantic College, located in Wales’ 12th-century St Donat’s Castle, from September.

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 fell past her shoulders.

Meanwhile, their effortlessly stylish mom Queen Letizia donned a monochromatic ensemble, pairing a white blouse with smart black slacks.

Queen Letizia of Spain's dress had a tassel detail along the hemline and cuffs of the sleeves (pictured)

Queen Letizia of Spain’s dress had a tassel detail along the hemline and cuffs of the sleeves (pictured)

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain were seen holding their hands during the inauguration ceremony today

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain were seen holding their hands during the inauguration ceremony today

The king's dress had intricate white stitching along the collar and large wooden buttons (pictured)

The king’s dress had intricate white stitching along the collar and large wooden buttons (pictured)

The quintessentially stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a light blush to her cheeks to complement her natural glow and a coat of mascara (pictured)

The quintessentially stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a light blush to her cheeks to complement her natural glow and a coat of mascara (pictured)

Queen Letizia wore her shiny brunette locks loose and tucked behind her ears, revealing a pair of dainty gold hoops (pictured)

Queen Letizia wore her shiny brunette locks loose and tucked behind her ears, revealing a pair of dainty gold hoops (pictured)

And days ago, the royal family chaired an event 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 wife of King Felipe VI, who is honorary president of the Federation, combined the favorite dress with black and white stiletto heels and added a white shoulder bag, which she slung over her left shoulder.

The event was designed to encourage female leadership in business and discuss ways to end gender discrimination in the workplace.

King Felipe VI of Spain put his hand on his heart as he spoke at the inauguration

King Felipe VI of Spain put his hand on his heart as he spoke at the inauguration

King Felipe VI of Spain looked smart in a striped suit and light blue tie as he attended the inauguration

King Felipe VI of Spain looked smart in a striped suit and light blue tie as he attended the inauguration

It was a busy few days for the royal family, who joined King Felipe on Saturday for a ceremony marking the day of the armed forces in Madrid.  Pictured at the inauguration today

It was a busy few days for the royal family, who joined King Felipe on Saturday for a ceremony marking the day of the armed forces in Madrid. Pictured at the inauguration today

The typically stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a light blush to her cheeks to complement her natural glow and a coat of mascara

The typically stylish royal opted for subtle makeup, adding just a light blush to her cheeks to complement her natural glow and a coat of mascara

Letizia bet on 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 closed the royal at the waist.

And Queen Letizia shows no signs of stopping anytime soon, as she attends a working meeting of the Foundation for Help Against Drug Addiction (FAD) Board of Trustees tomorrow.

On Wednesday, the royal will attend the annual meeting with the members of the Board of Trustees of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, along with King Felipe.

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