Following a three-day State visit to Portugal with King Felipe, Queen Letizia jetted off to Rome on Friday for a United Nations conference on food and nutrition.
Her Majesty was in the Italian capital to attend the International Symposium on Sustainable Food Systems for Healthy Diets and Improved Nutrition at the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) headquarters.
You may recall in June last year, Queen Letizia was appointed Special Ambassador of the FAO for Nutrition following her work campaigning hunger and malnutrition across the world. As a Special Ambassador, she raises awareness of global hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, and helps foster global support to help the problem.
For today's meeting, Queen Letizia recycled her well worn mod-style Felipe Varela outfit.
The ensemble consists of a white wool shift dress with black leather trim and a black top coat.
The très chic outfit is a favourite of the Queen's, and she has now donned the look on ten occasions since its debut in November 2011. Coincidently, she last wore the outfit exactly a year ago to the Gold Medals of Merit in Fine Arts ceremony.
Other familar peices included her black Magrit 'Mila' patent leather pumps and TOUS moonstone drop earrings which she also debuted one year ago to the day.
Letizia wore long black gloves and carried a new 'Kelly' style bag which looks similar to her Hugo Boss 'Bespoke T. Handle M' bag. Unfortunetly there are limited photos of the bag so it remains unidentified.
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