Queen Letizia stuns in plunging cocktail dress for concert commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Constitution
The King and Queen of Spain attended a commemorative concert this evening for the 40th anniversary of the Spanish Constitution, an event commissioned by the Congress and the Senate on the occasion of the anniversary and that has been directed by the Granada-born composer Iluminada Pérez Frutos.
For the event at the National Music Auditorium in Madrid, Queen Letizia wore a "new" navy satin dress with a pleated midi skirt and a pronounced V-neck, adorned with a tonal blue lace and a nude lining. It is reportedly a vintage piece belonging to her mother-in-law, Queen Sofia.
Here's a closer look at the "plunging" neckline and lace insert.
There were also a new pair of diamond and sapphire earrings.
Some suggest they might be the same earrings seen here on Queen Sofia, but the jury is still out on that one.
Queen Letizia complemented the dress with her navy Felipe Varela flap clutch, and her navy Nina Ricci suede pumps.