The Queen of Spain met with the board of directors of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER) today of which she is honorary president.
Her Majesty stepped out in a mix and match of familiar pieces. She arrived at the organisation's headquarters in Madrid wearing her black trench-style wool coat which she first wore last January for the Fundéu BBVA meeting in the Spanish capital.
The single breasted coat is reportedly by Hugo Boss but I have been unable to find a stock photo of the style. Here's a look at the back of the coat with its classic trench-coat detailing.
Underneath it Letizia wore her Hugo Boss 'Keili' tweed jacket, and a simple black knit top paired with basic black trousers.
You may recall the jacket is part of set which Letizia has worn on a number of occasions since she debuted it at FEDER's World Rare Disease Day ceremony in March last year.
Today the Spanish queen complemented the business ensemble with her black Hugo Boss 'Fanila' clutch and a new custom pair of black leather pumps by Magrit.
Letizia finished the look with wore her Chanel 'Comète' Earrings in 18K white gold and diamonds.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia were accompanied by Felipe's parents, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia to deliver the 2017 edition of the National Sports Awards.
The awards are issued by the Spanish Sports Council and recognize exceptional athletic performance, and also recognize individuals or entities who have made a significant contribution to the promotion of sport.
For today's ceremony held at the Royal Palace of El Pardo near Madrid, Queen Letizia brought back the red Carolina Herrera stretch-wool peplum dress.
She debuted the sheath dress in 2015 during a visit to Milan for the official ceremony of World Food Day, and wore it again in 2016 for the 'Miguel de Cervantes' award luncheon.
Like Her Majesty has done on the past two occasions she has worn the dress, sheaccessorized with her TOUS gold long dangle shell earrings.
Today Letizia teamed the dress with her Carolina Herrera 'Maysa' clutch bag, and Magrit 'Liza' pumps in a custom red suede.
Queen Letizia attended a meeting with the Foundation Against Drug Addiction (FAD) today at their headquarters in Madrid.
The Spanish queen wore a mix of familiar pieces, including her black Zara Military jacket, which she teamed with her white Hugo blouse first worn in June 2015.
Letizia sported a new pair of black pants which appear to be the Hugo Boss 'Hervas' slim-fit cropped trousers (£149), featuring a seam down the centre front.
She carried her Hugo Boss 'Fanila' clutch, and on her feet she wore the Hugo Boss 'Staple R100-C' Black Crocodile-Embossed Pumps.
Letizia topped off the outfit with her Gold & Roses 'Skyline' crawler earrings (€2,107).
The King & Queen of Spain undertook their first public engagement of the New Year today.
Their Majesties presided over the traditional celebration of the Pascua Militar, which is deeply rooted in the Spanish military and dates back to 1782 during the reign of Carlos III. The ceremony is held annually on the day of Epiphany at the Royal Palace of Madrid.
Following the parade, King Felipe and Queen Letizia made their way to the Throne Room within the Palace to meet officials from the Government, the Ministry of Defence and the Civil Guard.
As tradition dedicates, Queen Letizia wore a long dress. It is customary for royal women to wear a full length gown to the Pascua Militar ceremony. Below is a look back at Letizia's previous ensembles:
Today she opted for a luxurious midnight blue velvet gown and a new navy Emporio Armani metallic-tweed jacket (Was US$745 - Now $372). It's believed that the dress is the same as the one she wore for the 2012 and 2014 Pascua Militar.
Her Majesty rugged up with her black Carolina Herrera fur collar cape when she arrived at the palace for the parade.
Letizia teamed the look with matching blue suede accessories by Magrit. She carried the 'Liz' handbag (€200) featuring a flap with peak turns.
On her feet were the Magrit 'Liza' pumps (€310) with a pointed toe, heart shaped vamp, and a retro-inspired heel.
Letizia opted for her dainty TOUS White Gold Puppies Earrings with Diamonds (US$640).
The highlight of today's ensemble was the 'joyas de pasar' pearl and diamond brooch. This is the first occasion we have seen Her Majesty wear the heirloom piece reserved for the exclusive use of Spanish queens.
As Queen Victoria Eugenia (Ena) described it, it's "a brooch with a large pale gray pearl surrounded by diamonds and from which hangs a pear-shaped pearl". Below is a picture of Queen Ena wearing the brooch circa 1920's.
Later that afternoon, the Spanish royal family were pictured leaving Zarzuela Palace en route to the home of Letizia's father for private celebrations marking the Feast of the Epiphany.