Queen Letizia presided over a ceremony at the Prado Museum to mark World Rare Disease Day 2017.
She delivered a speech in her role as honorary president of the Spanish Federation For Rare Diseases. Letizia emphasized the importance of scientific research in the search for cures, and acknowledged individuals and organizations who support people with rare diseases.
During the ceremony, Her Majesty presented the annual awards to persons and entities who work to support people with rare diseases.
Letizia opted for a clean-cut professional style, wearing her light grey Hugo Boss separates and Carolina Herrera crosshatch houndstooth patterned blouse. She has favoured this pairing since its debut nearly a year ago in Puerto Rico.
The suit consists of the BOSS 'Kamalia' fitted blazer with metal detail (sold out), and BOSS 'Acnes6' structured trousers (sold out).
Today she chose a closed-toe shoe and premiered a bespoke version of Magrit's 'Leonor' pumps rendered in a light grey suede with concealed platform. This is a style Letizia owns in many different colourways.
She rounded out the look with her TOUS cultured freshwater pearl drop earrings.
The professional elegance of today's outfit is consistent with Letizia's previous sartorial choices for this event: