Today, Queen Letizia presided over the 10th anniversary of the not-for-profit organisation, Fundéu. The institution was set up in 2005 to promote the proper use of Spanish in the media. It offers tools to help those who use Spanish in an official capacity. The organisation consists of journalists, linguists, lexicographers, editors and translators.
As a former journalist, Letizia understands the importance of the correct use of language. Today she commended Fundéu for their excellent work over the decade and said it was, "an adventure that has united journalists and linguists for the good of all."
Queen Letizia recycled an outfit she wore in October last year when she lent a hand to the Red Cross fundraiser.
The ensemble consists of a wool monochrome grid top by Danish label Designers Remix, black Hugo Boss trouser pants and Tissa Fontaneda red nappa bubble 'Flavia' clutch.
Letizia changed a few pieces from the last time she wore this outfit. Today she opted to wear her Carolina Herrera black patent and suede pumps, and ruby cabochon dangle earrings.
When Queen Letizia arrived at the headquarters of Fundéu she wore a black wool coat by Hugo Boss.
The style is the same as the red Hugo Boss 'Cegina' coat which she premiered on her visit to Germany in December last year.
The £850 coat features a turn-down collar with a concealed snap button placket and 2 seam-concealed slash pockets on the front.
However, the coat is not new. I believe she first wore last month to an event at the University of Navarra. I did not have access to any high definition photos of this event so I was unable to ID the coat at the time.
Tomorrow, Queen Letizia will travel with her husband, King Felipe to the north east of Spain, where they will have two engagements in the city of A Coruña.
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