It was a busy afternoon for the King and Queen of Spain. Their Majesties traveled to Pamplona - the capital of northern Spain's Navarre province. The city is best known for the Running of the Bulls (Fiesta de San Fermín).
First on their agenda was the opening of the IVth Architecture and Society Foundation Congress under the theme "Climate Change".
Following the congress, King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited the Volkswagen plant on the occasion of their 50th anniversary in the Navarre region.
Their Majesties toured the manufacturing facilities and training centers.
For the day trip to Pamplona, Queen Letizia opted for an ultra-feminine and romantic style. She re-wore many of the pieces she debuted at last month's Madrid Book Fair.
The common pieces include the fifties-inspired HUGO 'Rizalia' flared skirt, Magrit pink reptile-patterned pumps, and Felipe Prieto white clutch bag.
Letizia changed up the look with a soft pink chiffon blouse.
We are seeing this pink pintuck blouse for the first time, however the style is not new. Letizia also owns the top in black satin. She first wore the black version to her grandmother's funeral in 2008, and again in 2009 for a funeral in Palma de Mallorca. The brand/designer remains unknown.
Letizia wore her wavy hair in a low chignon, drawing attention to her TOUS ruby, emerald and moonstone earrings.
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