Queen Letizia looked typically elegant today while attending an official event in Salamanca, Spain.
The royal, 51, wore a glamorous emerald green dress and a camel autumn coat to the opening ceremony of the Talent Tour 2024, at the Spain International Centre.
The annual event is carried out by the Princess of Girona Foundation, a private initiative of which her husband, King Felipe, is honorary president, representing his daughter, Princess Leonor, 18 years old.
While outside the venue, the down-to-earth royal was seen greeting waiting fans, whose presence seemed to put her in a very good mood.
Later, she was photographed taking candid selfies with her adoring followers, with some of them capturing the splendid moment on their mobile phones.
Queen Letizia looked elegant today while attending an official event in Salamanca, Spain.
The royal, 51, donned a glamorous emerald green dress for the Talent Tour 2024 opening ceremony.
Letizia was seen taking selfies with her fans, who captured the moment with their mobile phones.
Before entering the venue, she was also photographed greeting excited fans in a stunning camel coat.
For the occasion, the always elegant monarch opted for a three-quarter length green dress, which featured long sleeves and a minimal cut on the chest.
Further showing off her unique style, she paired the dress with a stunning camel coat and a pair of nude heels.
This time, she cut a minimalist figure by opting not to carry a bag and wearing only delicate jewelry: two miniature stone-encrusted earrings and a gold ring.
However, she upped the glamor with shimmering bronze eyeshadow, sun-kissed contour, black mascara, and a bright pink lip.
Her luscious brunette locks were curled to perfection and styled with a side part, before falling gracefully over her shoulders.
Once inside the ceremony, Letizia seemed very absorbed in the day’s agenda and made sure to greet all the guests present.
The Talent Tour aims to promote a movement for the future of young people in Spain, and generate a community of opportunities that connect, activate and enhance their talent.
According WatchtowerThis year, it will focus on five main areas of interest: employability and entrepreneurship, physical health, emotional health, purpose and social impact, and sustainability.
For the occasion, the always stylish monarch opted for a three-quarter green dress
Once inside the event, Letizia seemed very absorbed in the day’s agenda.
As part of Letizia’s down-to-earth nature, she seemed delighted to socialize with her young fans.
The strangers were also seen enjoying a conversation with the Queen.
The Queen’s appearance occurred when she inaugurated a building in Barcelona with her husband, King Felipe, on Valentine’s Day, dressed all in black.
Letizia cut an elegant figure in a black embroidered Dries Van Noten suit that featured a double-breasted jacket with padded shoulders and skinny pants.
She combined the look with slingback Carolina Herrera shoes that stood out with a red soul.
Known for reigning supreme in style, the Spanish royal opted for oversized gold earrings, also by Carolina Herrerea, and a Carolina Herrerea bag while heading to the inauguration of the Puig Company’s second tower.
To add even more glamor to the look, Letizia opted for gold eyeshadow and a smoky eye with a creamy base and glossy lips.
Meanwhile, Felipe looked typically dapper in a three-piece suit and red tie.
It comes as Letizia showed off her fashion style during a visit to FEDER, the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases in Madrid on February 13.
She upped the glam with shimmering bronze eyeshadow, sun-kissed contour, black mascara, and a bright pink lip.
Her luscious brunette locks were curled to perfection and styled with a side part.
This time, she cut a minimalist figure by opting not to wear a bag and wearing only delicate jewelry.
The royal made a stylish entrance in a striking chartreuse Hugo Boss blazer, which cost £354.99, teamed with wide-leg trousers and suede boots.
Debuting in November 2023, Letizia’s ‘Jestena’ jacket is made from textured wool with an asymmetrical double-breasted front and classic notch lapels.
Each year, visit FEDER to learn about the challenges and opportunities the charity anticipates for the coming year.
The monarch, who is honorary president, arrived radiantly to chair a meeting at the organization’s headquarters in the Spanish capital.
Queen Letizia made a sartorial statement in a £354.99 wool jacket from Hugo Boss, featuring an asymmetric double-breasted front, classic notch lapels and buttoned cuffs.
Letting her jacket take center stage, she accessorized it with wide-leg pants, suede boots, and a long wool coat, all in a sleek black hue.
Her dress featured long sleeves and a minimal cut across the chest, as well as a cinched waist.
The Talent Tour is organized by the Princess of Girona Foundation, a private initiative of which her husband, King Felipe, is honorary president.
According to Atalayar, this year will focus on five main areas of interest: employability and entrepreneurship, physical health, emotional health, purpose and social impact, and sustainability.
The royal was photographed greeting excited fans, whose presence seemed to put her in a very good mood.
The royal mother of two opted for her signature makeup look, incorporating a smoky eye, tanned cheekbones and nude lips, while her brunette locks fell over her shoulders.
Letizia completed her ensemble with minimalist jewelry, choosing only diamond earrings and a gold ring.
The former journalist is Honorary President of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER), established in 1999.
The Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases aims to promote ‘the need to work with all those involved to promote access to diagnosis for those people who suffer from rare diseases’.
They help people who have contracted a disease from which fewer than five people in 10,000 suffer. In Spain alone there are more than three million people who meet the requirements.