Queen Letizia wears gray tweed dress and brown wedges during visit to Spanish Cancer Society

Queen Letizia of Spain rocks summer chic as she steps out in a gray tweed dress and brown wedges during a visit to the Spanish Cancer Society

  • Queen Letizia of Spain looked summer chic in a pair of brown wedges in Madrid today
  • Mother of two, 48, met members of the Spanish Association Against Cancer
  • Royal serves as the association’s honorary president and attends regular meetings










Queen Letizia of Spain looked summer chic in a pair of brown wedges in Madrid today as she met members of the Spanish Cancer Society.

The 48-year-old monarch dressed for the warm weather in the Spanish capital in a gray tweed dress fastened at the waist with a brown leather belt.

She paired the formal knee-length dress with high-heeled wedge sandals tied at the ankle with a brown ribbon.

Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, looked summer chic in a pair of brown wedges tied with brown ribbon in Madrid today as she met members of the Spanish Cancer Society

The Spanish Royal Family was received at the door of the headquarters of the Spanish Cancer Association by its president, Ramón Reyes.

Letizia is the honorary president of the association and regularly attends meetings with the organization to learn more about its activities and projects.

The mother of two, daughters Princess Leonor, 15, and Princess Sofia, 14, completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag.

She let her sleek dark brown locks, with a few hints of silvery hair, fall straight over her shoulders and wore simple make-up for the occasion, with a lick of mascara that complimented her golden tan.

The 48-year-old monarch dressed for the warm weather in the Spanish capital in a gray tweed dress fastened at the waist with a brown leather belt

The 48-year-old monarch dressed for the warm weather in the Spanish capital in a gray tweed dress fastened at the waist with a brown leather belt

The Spanish Royal Family, who serves as Honorary President of the Spanish Cancer Society, was welcomed at the door by its President, Ramón Reyes (pictured left)

The Spanish Royal Family, who serves as Honorary President of the Spanish Cancer Society, was welcomed at the door by its President, Ramón Reyes (pictured left)

She let her slender brunette locks, with a few hints of silver-gray hair, fall over her shoulders and was Covid-safe during her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a white face mask

She let her slender brunette locks, with a few hints of silver-gray hair, fall over her shoulders and was Covid-safe during her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a white face mask

The royal prioritized Covid safety measures during her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a protective white face mask.

Inside, the Queen spoke to the members of the council who attended the meeting, both in person and via videoconference.

Meanwhile, Letizia met with the general director of the AECC yesterday, along with other health organizations of vulnerable groups, to analyze the impact of the pandemic on mental health.

According to Noema Paniagua, General Director of the AECC, the situation of people with cancer in Spain has worsened with the advent of the pandemic, with more than 530,000 patients and relatives in need of professional care.

The mum of two completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick mascara that complimented her golden tan

The mum of two completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick mascara that complimented her golden tan

During the meeting, the Queen spoke to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and via videoconference

During the meeting, the Queen spoke to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and via videoconference

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