The King and Queen of Spain attended the prestigious 'Miguel de Cervantes' Award ceremony on Tuesday.
The annual event is held at the University of Alcalá in the town of Alcalá de Henares - the birthplace of Spain's greatest writer, Miguel de Cervantes who is best known for his masterpiece, Don Quixote.
The award is one of the richest literary prizes in the world and is the most regarded literary awards in Spain and Latin America. It honours the lifetime achievement of an eminent writer in the Spanish language. This year, Their Majesties presented the Cervantes 2018 Prize to Uruguayan writer, Ida Vitale.
Queen Letizia looked elegant in her grey Carolina Herrera double-face ensemble for the esteemed event.
The coat and matching dress is from the designer's CH Carolina Herrera line and belongs to the Fall 2016 range.
This is the fifth occasion Her Majesty has worn the separates since their debut in November 2016 during the State Visit to Portugal.
Today's decision to opt for a sartorial repeat is consistent with previous attendances of the 'Miguel de Cervantes' Award ceremony. However, this year Queen Letizia did not wear a set by Felipe Varela as she did in the past.
She again paired the Carolina Herrera co-ordinating separates with snakeskin accessories. Today Letizia chose the custom Magrit studded snakeskin pumps and matching clutch bag, which she debuted in February 2018 at the National Sports Awards.
She finished the look with her dazzling diamond cascading earrings, first seen at the 2014 Prince of Asturias Awards.
The Spanish Royals kept up their family tradition of spending the Easter holiday on the Balearic island of Mallorca.
On Sunday, King Felipe, Queen Letizia and their daughters Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia were joined by Felipe's mother, Queen Sofia for Easter Mass at the Palma de Mallorca Cathedral.
Her Majesty stepped out in a new navy floral print shirtdress by Massimo Dutti.
The dress is a deviation from her past looks for Easter Mass where she has favoured trousers or separates. Below is a gallery of Letizia's Easter Mass outfits since becoming queen.
On her feet she wore her Magrit 'Liza' blue suede pumps, and she offset the navy ensemble with her red Menbur 'Malva' leather clutch.
Letizia finished the feminine look with her Elena C 'mini butterflies' earrings.
The service is a private family affair and is not attended in an official capacity as Head of State.
Felipe & Letizia's first attendance as a couple was in 2004, when they were engaged to be married. Since then they have attended annually expect for 2007 due to the impending birth of Infanta Sofía.
Here's a look back at the past Easter Sunday services attended my the Spanish royal family. It's interesting to see how their family has evolved.
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The Queen of Spain was in Burgos today to open the 'Angeli' exhibition organized by the 'Las Edades del Hombre' Foundation at Iglesia De San Pedro Church in Lerma village.
The exhibition will be open to the public from April to November, and is dedicated to the figure of angels and their transcendence in the Christian faith.
Her Majesty spent time with the locals following the tour of the exhibition.
For today's trip to northern Spain, Queen Letizia wore a cream/camel double face wool coat which has been in her closet since at least 2005!
Below we see Letizia wearing it in February 2005 at Barajas Airport in Madrid before boarding a flight to Brazil for an official visit. The piece was not identified.
She complemented the dual-tone coat with her vanilla white Hugo Boss 'Banora' silk blouse (£169) and tan Hugo Boss 'Alantia' trousers.
Letizia harmonized the outfit with her trusty camel Hugo Boss block heel pumps.
She finished the look with her dainty diamond square halo earrings.
The Queen of Spain visited the Royal Monastery of the Incarnation (Real Monasterio de la Encarnacion) in Madrid today to see the renovation works carried out to better accommodate people with physical and visual disabilities.
The works were completed with the cooperation of the Royal Board on Disability, the Board of Directors of the National Heritage, and the ACS Foundation.
Her Majesty brought back the glamorous green Sandro pleated dress for the outing which she debuted in December at the closing seminar of the 2nd International Congress.
Rendered in a lightweight twill with a satin-like finish, this green midi dress is patterned in a paisley print reminiscent of silk scarves.
Queen Letizia wore her Carolina Herrera A-Line Belted Coat draped over her shoulders.
She arrived at the monastery carrying her black Hugo Boss 'Fanila' clutch, and on her feet were the Prada Saffiano print patent leather pointy toe pumps.
Letizia finished the look with her beloved Gold & Rose double dagger earrings.
Queen Letizia visited the Museum of the Royal Mint (Museo Casa de la Moneda) in Madrid today for a tour of the School of Printmaking and Graphic Design of the Royal Mint.
She was also on hand to deliver the Graduation Diplomas to the 7th promotion of the "Master in Graphic Design and Engraving" and the Tomás Francisco Prieto 2018 Award.
Queen Letizia brought back her Hugo Boss colorblock separates.
The colourful geometric ensemble features the BOSS 'Felisabeth' short-sleeve knit sweater with the coordinating BOSS 'Seplea' Colorblock Leather A-Line Skirt.
This is the fourth time Queen Letizia has publicly worn the separates since she debuted them in May 2018.
Like on the last occasion we saw this set, Letizia topped it with her camel Felipe Varela wool coat.
Today however, she swapped the Magrit 'Laura' pumps for her camel Hugo Boss block heel pumps.
The Gold & Roses 'Skyline' crawler earrings are Letizia's favorite choice with this outfit.
The King and Queen of Spain attended the funeral service of José Pedro Pérez-Llorca Rodrigo, a Spanish lawyer who served as the country's Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1980 to 1982. He was also one of the Fathers of the 1978 Constitution and played a key role in his country's transition to democracy.
Queen Letizia was respectfully dressed in black for the sombre occasion wearing her Carolina Herrera A-Line Belted Coat.
She carried her modified Felipe Varela leather chevron quilted envelope clutch, and on her feet were her Magrit leather pointed toe pumps.
She kept on the Gold & Rose double dagger earrings which she wore to the Google event earlier today.
Queen Letizia attended the launch of the '(In)Formate' project at the Google Campus in Madrid.
The project, which is a joint initiative of the Foundation against Drug Addiction (FAD) and Google, aims to promote critical thinking in adolescents.
Letizia repeated a look she wore for an audience at the palace in January.
She wore a black sweater teamed with her Zara Snakeskin Print Belted Skirt (US$69.90 / SOLD OUT).
Today, Letizia opted to accessorize the skirt with the original black belt, rather than her own.
She again paired the look with her black over-the-knee suede boots. It was initially thought they were the Magrit 'Francesca' boots but after seeing this photo of the sole back in February, they look to be a high-street style. They could be the Steve Madden 'Dominique' boots (US$99.95) which have a similar sole.
Letizia carried her black Uterque studded messenger bag.
She finished the look with her beloved Gold & Rose double dagger earrings.
Queen Letizia attended the 'Media and Mental Health' conference in Madrid today, held in collaboration with the Spanish Mental Health Confederation and BBVA Foundation.
The event brought together journalists, communication specialists and people living with mental health issues to share their experiences and opinions about the portrayal of mental health in the media.
Queen Letizia stepped out in a look we saw her don at last year's Easter Sunday service in Mallorca.
The separates consist of the Carolina Herrera polka dot silk blouse and Hugo Boss High-Waist Wide-Leg Pants.
Today Letizia accessorized with her navy Loewe Large Double Pouch bag and navy Magrit 'Liza' suede pumps.
The dainty Elena C mini butterfly stud earrings completed the look.
On the final day of the State Visit to Argentina, the King and Queen of Spain attended the inauguration of the VIII International Congress of the Spanish Language in Cordoba.
There were no sartorial surprises from Letizia today. She brought back the Massimo Dutti two-tone print dress she first wore for a visit to the University of Salamanca last September.
Like on the first occasion, she again cinched in the waist with a navy leather belt.
Today Letizia carried her navy Loewe Large Double Pouch bag.
On her feet she wore her trusty Nina Ricci suede pumps.
It's hard to say for certain, but I believe Letizia may have worn her Bvlgari diamond and aquamarine white gold hoop earrings.
Queen Letizia pays tribute to host nation in red Roberto Torretta dress for final night in Argentina
On the final evening of the State Visit to Argentina, King Felipe and Queen Letizia offered a glittering reception in honour of their Argentine hosts at the Four Seasons in the nation's capital.
Queen Letizia upped the glam factor for her final night in Buenos Aires, stepping out in a striking red cocktail dress by Roberto Torretta.
The strapless number is defined by an asymmetrical detail at the bodice. The design is from the label's Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
The designer choice was a sartorial nod to the host nation. Torretta was born in Buenos Aires before moving to Madrid in 1972 to get acquainted with the fashion world. After decades working for other fashion houses he started his eponymous label 1997. You may recall Queen Letizia first wore the brand in March 2018 when she debuted a red two-piece suit by the designer.
Letizia teamed the red dress with her black Bottega Veneta's 'Knot' clutch bag and Manolo Blahnik 'Gotrianc' Slingbacks 105 heels.
The Spanish queen complemented the dazzling look with a "joyas de pasar" diamond bracelet and her De Grisogono black diamond teardrop earrings.
Following the reception, Their Majesties boarded a flight to Cordoba (Argentina) where tomorrow they will participate in the inauguration of the VIII International Congress of the Spanish Language.
Queen Letizia was seen holding a red patterned lightweight scarf.