Queen Letizia presided over a ceremony at the Goya Theater in Madrid today to mark World Rare Disease Day.
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 looked smart and polished in tweed separates from her go-to brand, Hugo Boss. She coordinated the BOSS 'Keili Jacket (£380) with the matching 'Meili' Skirt (£169). Both pieces are tailored from rich Italian tweed and feature sleek leather piping which gives the classic suit an edgier look.
She teamed the set with a white blouse featuring asymmetrical pleats at the neckline. I assume it's by Hugo Boss and I'll update the post if I find it in their inventory.
Letizia accessorised with her black Uterque studded messenger bag and Prada saffiano pumps.
She rounded out the look with her TOUS cultured freshwater pearl drop earrings.
The professional elegance of today's outfit was consistent with Letizia's previous sartorial choices for this event. Do you have a favorite?