The King and Queen of Spain interrupted their summer vacation in Mallorca to attended solemn services for the victims of the Barcelona terror attacks that killed 14 people and wounded more than 120 last week.
On Saturday, Their Majesties visited the injured attack victims in local hospitals and met with medical staff caring for the wounded.
Queen Letizia opted for an understated professional look, teaming a new black and white sleeveless blouse by Carolina Herrera with black trouser and her Magrit pumps.
Later that day King Felipe and Queen Letizia placed a wreath and candles at the attack site on Barcelona's Las Ramblas promenade and signed a book of condolences at Barcelona city hall.
Letizia changed into her black Nina Ricci black cloqué dress for the commemorations.
On Sunday, Felipe and Letizia attended a solemn Mass at Barcelona's Sagrada Familia basilica.
The religious ceremony, presided over by the Cardinal Archbishop of Barcelona, Juan José Omella, was attended by about 3,500 people, including the President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.
Queen Letizia wore a sombre set consisting of her black Felipe Varela skirt suit, Magrit 'Mila' pumps and Carolina Herrera 'Astrud' clutch bag.
Today, the Spanish royal family chose the quaint town of Sóller for the backdrop of their second photo opportunity while on vacation on the island of Mallorca. Last week they posed for the media outside Marivent Palace, their summer residence in Palma.
They greeted shop owners and stopped to talk to locals as they walked down the cobbled streets.
The family of four spent the morning at the town's main attraction, the Can Prunera. It is a modern museum housed in an art nouveau mansion featuring a permanent collection of contemporary works, and temporary exhibitions by artists who have a connection to Mallorca.
Queen Letizia aired out her Palma closet and retrieved a white cotton dress she first wore on the island in the summer of 2011.
Th sleeveless shift dress is by Spanish fashion designer, Adolfo Domínguez.
She teamed it with her Uterque rhinestone encrusted sandals, also from her Mallorca wardrobe. Letizia first wore them in the summer of 2013.
She had black sunglasses hanging from her neckline and accessorized with her understated Chanel 'Comete' earrings.
Letizia completed her island style with a classic straw bag featuring brown leather shoulder straps. The brand of the tote is currently unknown.
The young princesses also wore casual summer dresses. Princess Leonor wore a striped flounce dress by Zara (sold out), while Infanta Sofia sported the Mango 'Fabiolap' dress (£19.99).
The King and Queen of Spain hosted the annual Balearic Islands reception this evening at the Royal Palace of La Almudaina in Mallorca.
They interrupted their tranquil summer vacation in the seaside city of Palma de Mallorca to host 450 guests from the Balearic community, including politicians, academics, welfare groups and sports personalities.
Their Majesties were joined by Felipe's mother, Queen Sofia. She looked beautiful in a black floral printed maxi dress.
Queen Letizia also wore a floral dress, but she opted for a short sheath silhouette and cream hue to highlight her summer glow.
The fitted dress has an all-over floral embroidered pattern with cap sleeves and a bateau neckline. It appears to be shirred on the left waist. The dress is reportedly a bespoke piece by Juan Duyos, and made from a manton de Manila. Manila shawls are an integral part of Spanish culture and this is a clever conversion by the Spanish designer.
Below we see Queen Sofia wearing a traditional manton de Manila during the State visit to Japan in 2008.
Letizia accessorised with familiar bespoke pieces by Magrit.
She complemented the floral print with a new pair of gold flower dangle earrings. The are 'Almond' Flower' gold earrings by Helena Nicolau (€110).
Tonight's ensemble was in keeping with last year's feminine style. However, Letizia's outfit choices for this annual event has been varied over the years. Here's a recollection of Letizia's past looks for the Balearic Islands reception:
What did you think of this evening's look?