On her final day in the Caribbean, Queen Letizia visited the neighborhood of Cité Soleil in Haiti to see first hand the projects funded by the Spanish cooperation to help improve the welfare of its residents.
Queen Letizia was on point again today in another low-key ensemble befitting the occasion.
She contrasted her relaxed fitting fuchsia blouse by Uterque with slim white trousers.
On her feet she wore a new pair of flat espadrilles from Spanish brand Gaimo. They are the 'Ruleta' model featuring a suede leather upper with zip detail on top, and jute platform. Unfortunately this colourway has sold out but the style is currently available in silver leather.
Letizia again kept her jewelry simple, opting to re-wear her dainty diamond stud earrings for the third consecutive day.
And finally, I believe she carried her Adolfo Dominguez pink foldover clutch.
There are so many delightful pictures from this event so I encourage you to check them out at Getty Images!
Queen Letizia headed back to the capital for lunch with the President and First Lady of Haiti at the National Palace.
Her Majesty looked elegant in a high-waisted floral printed skirt and sleeveless blouse as she arrived at the palace.
The pretty midi skirt is by Sweet Matitos, a Spanish clothing brand based in Barcelona. The 'Girasol' cotton-blend skirt is from the label's Spring/Summer 2018 collection and retails for €351.
The floral print skirt was paired with an off-white Zara draped linen top (US$49.99).
The Spanish queen teamed the outfit with her white Felipe Preito Clutch and pale pink LODI 'Vela' suede pumps.
Letizia's Coolook 'Nereida' earrings tied in perfectly with the colour theme.
Following the luncheon Queen Letizia visited Haiti National Museum (MUPANAH) together with the First Lady and attended a meeting there with a group of leader Haitian women to receive information about the economic and healthcare access situation of women in the country.
Queen Letizia concluded her Spanish Cooperation tour with a visit to the Liceo Alexandre Petion where she meet with students and teachers of Spanish. Her Majesty received a beautiful portrait drawn by a student as a parting gift.