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Queen Letizia of Spain recycles designer clothes for THIRD time

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a stylish figure when she came to husband Felipe VI today while visiting Aspace’s Ramon y Cajal center (Cerebral Palsy Association) in Navarre.

Letizia, 47, and Felipe VI, 52, who were not joined by their two daughters, Princess Leonor, 14 and Princess Sofia, 13, put safety first while continuing to wear face masks for their royal engagement.

Letizia flaunted her stylish wardrobe and recycled a silk green Sandro shawl dress for the third time that was complete with a paisley print reminiscent of scarves.

The trip is part of a royal tour that will lead the couple through several Spanish autonomous communities with the aim of supporting economic, social and cultural activities following the coronavirus outbreak.

King Felipe, 52, and Queen Letizia of Spain, 47, are chatting with a young girl when they arrived at the Ramon y Cajal center of the Cerebral Palsy Association in Cizur Menor, Navarra, Spain today

King Felipe, 52, and Queen Letizia of Spain, 47, are chatting with a young girl when they arrived at the Ramon y Cajal center of the Cerebral Palsy Association in Cizur Menor, Navarra, Spain today

The mother of two recycled a silk green dress from the French label Sandro for the third time (photo)

The mother of two recycled a silk green dress from the French label Sandro for the third time (photo)

The mother of two recycled a silk green dress from the French label Sandro for the third time (photo)

The midi dress was first worn by the stylish royal when she attended the closing of the Afammer International Congress at the Marriot Auditorium Hotel in Madrid last December.

There she paired it with black patent black Prada shoes and a clutch by Nina Ricci.

But to give the same outfit a fresh look when she wore it for the second time while visiting a convent in Madrid in April, Letizia fashionably balanced a smart black jacket on her shoulders.

However, the royal brought it back to basics today, combining the striking print with stylish beige wedges, which are secured around the ankle.

The royals meet the members of the Navarre regional government during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) of Navarre in Cizur Menor

The royals meet the members of the Navarre regional government during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) of Navarre in Cizur Menor

The royals meet the members of the Navarre regional government during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) of Navarre in Cizur Menor

The trip is part of a royal tour that will lead King Felipe and Queen Letizia (pictured) through several Spanish autonomous communities with the aim of supporting economic, social and cultural activities following the Coronavirus outbreak

The trip is part of a royal tour that will lead King Felipe and Queen Letizia (pictured) through several Spanish autonomous communities with the aim of supporting economic, social and cultural activities following the Coronavirus outbreak

The trip is part of a royal tour that will lead King Felipe and Queen Letizia (pictured) through several Spanish autonomous communities with the aim of supporting economic, social and cultural activities following the Coronavirus outbreak

The royals posed today during their visit to Aspace's Ramon y Cajal Center (Cerebral Palsy Association)

The royals posed today during their visit to Aspace's Ramon y Cajal Center (Cerebral Palsy Association)

The royals posed today during their visit to Aspace’s Ramon y Cajal Center (Cerebral Palsy Association)

ASPACE is a non-profit organization, born from the concerns of several parents who were looking for opportunities for their sons and daughters with cerebral palsy. Depicted, Queen Letizia

ASPACE is a non-profit organization, born from the concerns of several parents who were looking for opportunities for their sons and daughters with cerebral palsy. Depicted, Queen Letizia

ASPACE is a non-profit organization, born from the concerns of several parents who were looking for opportunities for their sons and daughters with cerebral palsy. Depicted, Queen Letizia

The royals have undertaken several weeks of intense travel across the country in the wake of COVID-19, and embarked on a tour of Spain on Monday, June 22. Depicted, King Felipe

The royals have undertaken several weeks of intense travel across the country in the wake of COVID-19, and embarked on a tour of Spain on Monday, June 22. Depicted, King Felipe

The royals have undertaken several weeks of intense travel across the country in the wake of COVID-19, and embarked on a tour of Spain on Monday, June 22. Depicted, King Felipe

She wore her dark brown locks in her signature style – loose around her shoulders – and opted for a light coat of makeup.

ASPACE Confederation is a non-profit institution that brings together the major organizations working in cerebral palsy in Spain.

During their visit, the Spanish royal family toured the facilities and held meetings with managers, workers and users.

Navarre marked the fourteenth community the couple visited on their tour that began in late June after restrictions on the lock were lifted during the corona virus pandemic.

Last week, they had three assignments after starting the week attending the Mariano de Cavia, Luxa de Tena and Mingotie Awards gala on Tuesday in Madrid hosted by the Spanish national newspaper ABC.

Queen Letizia is the mother of the princesses Leonor (15) and Sofia (12), with husband King Felipe who ascended the Spanish throne in 2014.

Letizia married King Felipe ten years ago at the Santa María la Real de la Almudena Cathedral in Madrid.

King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) in Cizur Meno

King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) in Cizur Meno

King Felipe of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain during their visit to the Ramon y Cajal center of Aspace (Cerebral Palsy Association) in Cizur Meno

During their visit, the Spanish royal family toured the facilities (pictured) and held meetings with managers, workers and users

During their visit, the Spanish royal family toured the facilities (pictured) and held meetings with managers, workers and users

During their visit, the Spanish royal family toured the facilities (pictured) and held meetings with managers, workers and users

The royals were shown around the center before coming into contact with young people during their visit to the Cerebral Palsy Association

The royals were shown around the center before coming into contact with young people during their visit to the Cerebral Palsy Association

The royals were shown around the center before coming into contact with young people during their visit to the Cerebral Palsy Association

King Felipe of Spain was seen talking to several people in the building - behind the safety of his face mask

King Felipe of Spain was seen talking to several people in the building - behind the safety of his face mask

King Felipe of Spain was seen talking to several people in the building – behind the safety of his face mask

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