Queen Letizia attended a seminar marking the 25th Anniversary of the Ibero-American Cooperation - a unique cooperation formed of 22 Ibero-American countries which offers a channel to translate into specific actions the agreements and political commitments assumed by Ibero-American Heads of State and Governments at the annual Summits.
Her Majesty looked smart and chic in a white Felipe Varela Safari-inspired bouclé skirt suit.
She first wore the separates in June 2015 during an official visit to Paris, France. Letizia repeated the outfit a couple weeks later in Rome, Italy when she was appointed UN Special Ambassador for Nutrition. Today was the first occasion she had worn it on home soil.
Letizia opted to team it with the white Felipe Varela grommet canvas web belt, but she changed up the accessories. She came armed with her Uterqüe white snakeskin clutch.
On her feet she wore the Magrit snake-effect 'Mila' pumps.
Queen Letizia decorated her ears with the antique gold Bimba y Lola Double Hook Earrings which she only released several days ago at the Red Cross Fundraiser.
Tomorrow will attend the annual meeting of the Board of Instituto Cervantes and a subsequent lunch with the Patrons of the Cervantes Institute and the Latin American Ambassadors accredited in Spain.
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