The Queen of Spain is on a 3-day visit to the Dominican Republic and the Republic of Haiti to see first-hand the projects carried out by Spanish Cooperation in both Caribbean countries. The Spanish Cooperation is the sum of all people, institutions, resources and skills that Spain offers to developing countries with the end goal of contributing to human development, the eradication of poverty and full access to rights.
Her Majesty arrived in the Dominican Republic on Sunday with the program proper being today. Her first stop was the town of Monte Plata, where the Spanish cooperation has underway a water distribution project in a very disadvantaged area.
Letizia looked cool and comfortable in low-key yet professional ensemble for this morning's tour.
She combined her white Massimo Dutti crepe trousers with a new striped blouse (£59.95) also by the Spanish high-street label.
She coordinated the pieces with a navy single-breasted blazer. It is the BOSS 'Juicy' jacket by Hugo Boss (US$575) - a style she also owns in black.
Letizia carried her blue Hugo Boss suede bag which she premiered in 2013, and on her feet were a new pair of woven oxford shoes which are yet to be identified.
She completed the look with dainty diamond stud earrings.
Following this, Queen Letizia headed back to the capital for lunch with the President and First Lady of the Dominican Republic at the Presidential Palace in Santo Domingo.
Afterward Her Majesty visited the Spanish Cultural Center for an event celebrating the 30th anniversary of the presence of the Spanish Cooperation in the Dominican Republic.
Letizia brought her style 'A' game and knocked it out of the park in a white and black polka-dot printed frock by her go-to fashion house, Carolina Herrera.
The sleeveless silk gauze dress features a halter neckline and sash belt at the waistline. The piece is from the designer's Evening 2018 collection and retails for €590. It is currently only available at flagship stores.
We saw the return of her black Magrit illusion d'Orsay pointed-toe pumps which she only debuted last week at a luncheon for the President of Colombia.
Always a stickler for coordination Letizia further married the white and black colour scheme with her Coolook two-tone onyx 'Luna' earrings (€333).
Tomorrow's program will see Her Majesty visit the towns of Azua and Baní, before continuing on to Haiti for the second part of her Spanish Cooperation tour in the Caribbean.