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Today King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain traveled to the city of Zaragoza to visit the 'Goya and Zaragoza' exhibition at the Camon Aznar Museum.
The exhibition is a collection of works by Spanish artist Francisco Goya in his years of training prior to 1775. He was raised and trained in Zaragoza, before moving to Madrid to further his art studies.
Their Majesties are art enthusiasts and always seek to attend events that bring attention to historic Spanish artists. They clearly enjoyed the exhibition today.
Queen Letizia opted for a tweed jacket and black trousers, an outfit she has repeated on numerous occasions with subtle variations since February 2012.
The ensemble consists of Uterqüe multi-coloured tweed jacket, Hugo Boss 'Taru' black straight leg trouser pants (£169) and a fuchsia pink blouse.
It can be difficult to identify the countless black trouser pants worn by Letizia, but today we can clearly see the detail of the Hugo Boss 'Taru' style. These slim-fit wool-blend pants by BOSS have a wide waistband with a side tab. They also have 2 diagonal slash pockets on the front, and 2 piped pockets on the back.
Today, Letizia accessorized the outfit with her Magrit black leather peep-toe heels and Uterque black croc stamped wristlet clutch.
She wore her butterfly-shaped earrings from Spanish jeweler, Elena C. These have been in her collection since May 2013, but this is the first time she has worn them since becoming Queen in June last year.
The Elena C mini butterfly earrings feature diamonds set in 18K white gold. They retail for €595.
Tomorrow, Their Majesties will head to the National Library of Spain to open the exhibition of "St Teresa of Jesus - The proof of my truth".
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