The King and Queen of Spain attended the prestigious 'Miguel de Cervantes' Award ceremony on Monday. 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 prize is one of the most regarded literary awards in Spain and Latin America, and is granted annually to honour the lifetime achievement of an eminent writer in the Spanish language. This year, the Cervantes 2017 Prize was awarded to the Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez.
Queen Letizia looked pretty in pink today wearing a bespoke Felipe Varela creation. Her Majesty first wore the coordinating dress and brocade trimmed topper for a ceremonial flag presentation in June 2016.
She again accessorized the ensemble with her much loved Yanes flower blossom stud earrings.
Letizia complemented the set with her tonal pink Felipe Valera suede clutch and nude LODI 'Saray' leather pumps.
Today's sartorial decision to opt for a Felipe Verela repeat is consistent with previous years. Here's a look back at her past looks for this annual ceremony since she become Queen consort. What did you think of this year's outfit?
I'll conclude with some lighthearted moments from the event.