The King & Queen of Spain were at the National Library of Spain today to open an exhibition commemorating the fourth centenary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes.
The exhibition, titled 'Miguel de Cervantes: the Myth of Life,' examines the Spanish novelist, poet and playwright who is best known for his satirical novel, Don Quixote.
Queen Letizia arrived at the Library wearing her Nina Ricci grey tweed swing coat.
Under the coat, Queen Letizia wore her trusty Felipe Varela grey ruffle-front dress, a number we have seen on countless occasions since its debut in October 2010.
She coordinated the outfit with tonal grey accessories, consisting of the Felipe Varela trapeze clutch bag and Magrit platform suede pumps.
Another familiar accessory was the black star-burst drop earrings. The earrings have remained unidentified since their debut in February 2014.
Queen Letizia added a pop of colour to her all-grey ensemble with an oversized floral scarf. The silk scarf is a new addition to her closet and the script logo on the shawl reveals that it is from Carolina Herrera.
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