The Queen of Spain was in Santiago de Compostela today for the Red Cross & Red Crescent World Day ceremony.
Each year, on 8th May, 189 countries mark the anniversary of the birth of Henry Dunant, founder of the humanitarian organization.
The event serves to highlight the importance of the staff and volunteers of these two organizations, which save lives and assist vulnerable communities worldwide. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent is the largest humanitarian network in the world.
Letizia looked smart and polished in her Hugo Boss tweed skirt suit which she first wore for the World Rare Disease Day ceremony in March. She later wore the jacket separately to a disability conference in April.
The set includes the BOSS 'Keili Jacket (£380 - sold out) and the matching BOSS 'Meili' Skirt (£169 - sold out). Both pieces are tailored from rich Italian tweed and feature sleek leather piping which gives the classic suit an edgier look.
Today she teamed it with a new short-sleeve top also from the German brand. It features a scoop neckline and shutter pleat front.
Letizia paired the look with Carolina Herrera accessories. She brought back her beloved black patent and suede pumps from the designer's Fall-Winter 2014 collection, and the black 'Astrud' clutch bag.
She finished the ensemble with her ruby and diamond dangle earrings whose provenance remain unknown.
Here's a look back at Letizia's previous looks for this annual event. What's your verdict on today's outfit?