The King and Queen of Spain hosted the pre-ceremony lunch of the 'Miguel de Cervantes' award today.
Held at the Royal Palace of Madrid, the lunch brings together authorities, academics, editors, critics, teachers, booksellers and writers to honor the award-winner on the eve of the ceremony of delivery, which will take place at the University of Alcalá.
Queen Letizia looked elegant in her mint green creation by Felipe Varela. Her Majesty debuted the coordinating dress and guipure lace topper at Infanta Sofia's First Communion in 2017.
She again accessorized the ensemble with her diamond cluster drop earrings. We first saw the earrings in October 2014 for the opening night of the Prince of Asturias Awards. Their provenance remains unknown.
Today Letizia released a new clutch bag and matching cross strap suede pumps in a complementary mint hue. The bespoke pieces are from her go-to accessories brand, Magrit. The cross-strap pumps are modelled on Magrit's 'Laura' style (US$353).
Today's sartorial decision to opt for a repeat is consistent with previous years. Here's a look back at Letizia's past looks for this annual luncheon since she become Queen consort. What did you think of this year's outfit?