Today, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia received Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands at Spain's national art museum, the Museo del Prado.
The royal trio banded together to inaugurate "Bosch. The 5th Centenary Exhibition." The exhibition marks the fifth centenary of the death of the Dutch Renaissance painter, Hieronymus Bosch.
On display until 11 September 2016, the exhibition represents the greatest number of Bosch’s works ever to be assembled.
Follwoing the inauguration, the royals moved to Zarzuela Palace for lunch with King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia.
Today, their Majesties looked perfectly coordinated in all-blue ensembles.
Queen Letizia brought back her blue croc-embossed leather separates from Hugo Boss.
The €1600 two-piece skirt suit has got some wear since its debut in February 2013.
Today, Letizia teamed it with a relaxed-fit navy/white patterned top (unidentified).
ID UPDATE (24/06/2016): The blouse is by Mango. Click for more details.
She accessorized with tonal blue supplements. She carried her Loewe Large Double Pouch and wore a new pair of navy suede stiletto heels.
Some bloggers are reporting that the pumps are Carolina Herrera, but I'm convinced they are the Nina Ricci pointed toe pumps in navy suede (US$845). You can clearly see the silhouette and sole are identical to the pair shown below:
Letiza continued her love affair with costume jewelry. Today, she debuted a pair of ZARA colourful gem earrings (US$19.90).
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