In her role as Special Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for Nutrition, Queen Letizia attended a seminar on Nutrigenomics at the Superior Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). Nutrigenomics is a branch of nutritional genomics which studies of the effects of foods and food constituents on gene expression.
It was all business in the fashion department. Her Majesty opted for a signature professional style and debuted a navy blue pant suit.
You may be forgiven for thinking you've seen this ensemble before! Yes, it's very similar to other navy pant suits in her closet:
Today's suit consists of a single-button blazer with a curved hem and notched peak lapel.
After an extensive search, the closest match I could find is the Hugo Boss 'Jesilana' blazer, but I'm not completely satisfied that this is the same style because the pocket seams are different.
I am a little more confident that the pants are from Hugo Boss. The images below reveal a buckle detail at the side waist.
The remaining outfit pieces are familiar. Under her jacket, Queen Letizia wore her Hugo Boss 'Banora' blouse (£189) which is available to buy from House of Fraser.
She accessorized with her Magrit 'Mila' pumps and Loewe Large Double Pouch, both in navy leather.
We saw the return of the Links of London Hope Egg earrings, also a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Tomorrow, Queen Letizia will deliver the Justice & Disability Forum awards.
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