For her appearance at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, Queen Letizia looked stunning in a nude pink floor-length gown. Every year, King Felipe and Queen Letizia receive the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Spain, formed by a total of 126 embassies and almost 800 consulates.
For the Diplomatic Corps reception, Queen Letizia chose a very elegant white silk blouse with bow detail from Carolina Herrera.
She combined the top with a flowy pale pink skirt and matching pumps from the Spanish fashion brand LODI.
Letizia kept her hair loose and donned a pair of delicate drop earrings from Tous and her “Amor Che Tutto Move” ring in yellow gold.
The jewel, from designer Coreterno, is currently available for 975 euros or around £858.
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Queen Letizia looked sophisticated in her chic ensemble and royal fans took to social media to share their thoughts.
Royal watcher @luxmeagainpreloved commented on Instagram: “Yesterday she wore the menswear look and today the full feminine look – so versatile!”
Many believed that Queen Letizia channelled Queen Rania of Jordan with this look as @victorys1980 pointed out: “Very Queen Rania’s style! In Felipe and Lelizia’s wedding.”
In fact, Queen Rania wore a very similar look to attend Queen Letizia’s wedding at the Almudena cathedral in Madrid, in 2004.
Queen Rania of Jordan was actually one of the few women to wear a floor-length outfit at Queen Letizia and King Felipe’s wedding.
The couple married in May 2004 at the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid when Felipe was the heir to the Spanish throne.
Rania’s outfit was by Givenchy couture and her husband, King Abdullah II, was unable to attend the wedding so she arrived accompanied by her mother-in-law, Princess Muna.
Today, Queen Letizia and King Felipe received hundreds of diplomats as well as members of the church in the Palace.
The Zarzuela Palace is Queen Letizia and King Felipe’s main residence and the working office of the monarch, and is located on the outskirts of Madrid.
The couple moved there when they married in 2004 and Felipe became King in 2014 after his father, King Juan Carlos I, abdicated the Spanish throne.
In 2002, Letizia met Felipe at a friend’s dinner party, and the couple later revealed that they instantly fell in love.
They now have two daughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, and Leonor is currently studying and living in Wales but visits her family in Spain regularly.