Today, the King and Queen of Spain presided over the annual meeting of the Board of the Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute) at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez.
The Institutio Cervantes is a Spanish governmental institution which promotes Spanish culture and language across the world. The organization was established in 1991 and is named after Miguel de Cervantes who wrote the classic novel ‘Don Quixote'.
For the occasion, Her Majesty rehashed the unidentified charcoal tweed Peter Pan collared dress which she debuted in April this year and repeated a month later.
She again teamed the dress with her Magrit 'Laura' pumps in nude snake leather (bespoke). Below we show it in the off-the-shelf version; nude patent leather.
Today Queen Letizia varied the look by adding a black waist belt, a piece we have seen on several occasions.
We got a glimpse of Her Majesty carrying the BOSS 'Bespoke T. Handle M' bag (£995).
Queen Letizia introduced another pair of interchangeable earrings from Spanish jeweler Coolook. She wore the smoky quartz 'Big Candy' stud earrings (€149.00) with the 'Hera' pendants (€247.00).
Today's prim outfit was a departure from her previous styles for this annual meeting. On the past two occasions since becoming Queen, Letizia opted for sophisticated separates from Felipe Varela.
Speaking of Felipe Varela, we can expect to see Her Majesty debut another design from her head couturier at tomorrow's National Day celebrations!
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