Queen Letizia rewears Felipe Varela white tweed dress for latest royal engagement
Queen Letizia, 48, is known for her impeccable fashion sense, wearing stylish outfits by a range of different designers each time she leaves the palace. On Thursday this week, the Queen and King of Spain attended the opening of the Helga de Alvear Contemporary Art Museum in Cáceres.
Queen Letizia’s bag was also embossed with snakeskin and was made of black leather, with a gold chain strap.
The bag is by French designer Nina Ricci.
Queen Letizia finished the look with gold jewellery, wearing small hoop gold earrings and a gold ring.
She wore golden brown eyeshadow and left her hair down, hanging loose around her shoulders.
As well as the visit to the museum in Cáceres, Queen Letizia had another engagement this week on Wednesday, at the Palacio de La Zarzuela in Madrid.
She met with a representation of the Spanish Association of Business Women of Madrid, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, as well as members from Generation Code, a group aiming to promote computer science programmes in schools.
For the meetings, Letizia wore a Massimo Dutti confetti dress, costing £119.
She paired the dress with brown leather heels and was once again wearing her gold ring.