Queen Letizia is currently on a Spanish Cooperation trip to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. She began her final day in the Northwest African country with a visit to "Queen Letizia Center for Agricultural Innovation" located on the Nouakchott Region plot. It was set up for the promotion of food security and employment.
Her Majesty then visited the Emergency Medical Care Service Center (SAMU) in the capital to learn about the project to set up a centralized emergency medical response, which until now did not exist in Mauritania.
The Spanish Queen has also visited the Zayed Center for care of childhood autism, promoted by the First Lady of Mauritania, Mariem Mohamed Fadel Dah.
The Cooperation Tour concluded with a farewell lunch offered by the First Lady at the Presidential Palace in Nouakchott.
Queen Letizia's outfit was a repeat of the past few days so there's not much to discuss on the sartorial front. The shades worn today are the Carolina Herrera New York black cat-eye sunglasses with gold rim and arms.
Queen Letizia is currently on a Spanish Cooperation trip to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. She began her second day in the Northwest African country with a tour of the Technical Cooperation Office to learn about the country's development situation and the initiatives carried out by Spanish Cooperation.
Her Majesty then visited the Fish Distribution Project of the Spanish Cooperation to observe its transfer and conservation processes, and how it improves food security and fish consumption habits among the Mauritanian population, benefiting around 390,000 people.
Following this, Queen Letizia visited the Special Police Station against Gender Violence to learn how the Spanish Cooperation works with victims, as well as police, medical, psychological and judicial professions.
In the afternoon, Queen Letizia visited the the University of Nouakchott where the Spanish Cooperation is developing a project for the training of medical specialists, which has equipped the Simulation Center of the Faculty of Medicine.
She also visited the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences, where the Spanish Cooperation supports the creation and operation of a Gender Equality Observatory.
Following her time at the university, Queen Letizia visited the "Promopêche" project of the Spanish Cooperation for the promotion of artisanal fishing in protected natural areas of Mauritania.
Queen Letizia concluded the day at the Embassy of Spain where she meet with the Spanish community linked to the Cooperation in Mauritania.
There were no sartorial surprises from Queen Letizia today. She was dressed in her Coop garb, consisting of a white button-up shirt, jeans, and her Panama Jack combat boots.
Queen Letizia arrived in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania on Tuesday for a 3-day Spanish Cooperation trip to the Northwest African country.
Upon her arrival at Nouakchott International Airport, Her Majesty was received by the First Lady of Mauritania, Her Excellency Mariem Fadel Dah Following the welcoming ceremony, a brief meeting was held in the presidential pavilion with the authorities who received her.
During the trip, Queen Letizia will learn about the work that the Spanish Cooperation is carrying out in the areas of health, governance and gender equality, rural development and food security. This is the seventh cooperation trip for Her Majesty since becoming Queen consort in 2014. Previous trips include; Honduras and El Salvador (2015), Senegal (2017), Dominican Republic and Haiti (2018), Mozambique (2019), Honduras (2020), and Paraguay (2021).
The King and Queen of Spain hosted a luncheon on Monday at the Royal Palace in Madrid to mark the 40th anniversary of Spain's entry into NATO.
Prior to the lunch, King Felipe presided over the official ceremony at the Royal Theater in Madrid. The lunch was attended by several authorities such as the President of the Government Pedro Sánchez, and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
There are limited photos from the luncheon, but we can see that Queen Letizia wore her dusty pink Felipe Varela Chantilly lace midi dress. She debuted the bespoke garment for the 2018 National Day celebrations (shown below).
It appears she may have wore her diamond and citrine drop earrings.
The King and Queen of Spain marked Armed Forces Day with events at Juan XXIII Avenue in Huesca.
The annual occasion honours men and women who serve/served in the Spanish armed forces.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
DRESS: NEW! & Me Unlimited 'Gabriela' Polka Dot Dress in Blue.
HANDBAG: Carolina Herrera 'Astrud' Clutch in Black Leather (repeat).
SHOES: Carolina Herrera Slingback Pumps in Black Suede (repeat).
EARRINGS: Diamond dangle earrings with aquamarine or blue topaz gemstone (repeat).
Queen Letizia visited Buen Retiro Park on Friday for the launch of the 81st edition of the Madrid Book Fair.
The annual event aims to promote books, reading and organizations involved in the publishing, distribution or retail of books.
Queen Letizia chaired a preparatory meeting at Zarzuela Palace for the cooperation trip she will make to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania from May 31 to June 2.
The meeting was attended by the Secretary of State for International Cooperation, Pilar Cancela Rodríguez; the director of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation-AECID, Antón Leis García and the director of Cooperation with Africa and Asia, Carmen Magariños Casal.
Queen Letizia wore her red Hugo Boss jacquard jacket and gold bamboo hoops. Unfortunately, there are limited photos from the meeting and no other outfit details are visible.
Queen Letizia brings back the Pedro Del Hierro sleeveless midi dress for a Women for Africa Foundation conference
Queen Letizia presided over the opening session of the "Women's Bridges. Proposals from the South for global change" conference organized by the Women for Africa Foundation.
The conference was a commemorative event marking the 10th anniversary of the Women for Africa Foundation, held at the UNED Humanities Building in Madrid.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
DRESS: Pedro Del Hierro Sleeveless Crepe Midi Dress (repeat).
HANDBAG: Carolina Herrera Doma Insignia Medium Satchel Bag in Brown Leather (repeat) and Carolina Herrera slingback pumps in camel suede (repeat).
EARRINGS: Diamond square halo earrings (repeat).
The King and Queen of Spain hosted a gala dinner on Tuesday evening in honour of the Emir of Qatar and his wife, who are on a two day State Visit to Spain, at the Royal Palace of Madrid.
In the Throne Room, they received greetings from the attending Spanish and Qatari authorities and guests before moving onto the Gala dining room for the banquet.
Queen Letizia debuted an embroidered gown by Argentinean fashion designer, embroidered gown by Argentinean fashion designer, Gabriel Lage.
A champagne embroidered lace overlays a tonal lining, and the silhouette features a bateau neckline, sheer long bell sleeves, and a train.
Surprising, there was no tiara tonight, but Her Majesty did wear the Commander dame's bow of the Order of Charles III.
She topped of the look with a new pair of diamond chandelier earrings. The are reportedly a gift from the Emir, and feature a mix of marquise, round, and pear shaped diamond stones.
The King and Queen of Spain welcomed Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and his wife, Sheikha Cevahir bint Hamad bin Suhaim Al-Sani with an official ceremony at the Royal Palace in Madrid, on Tuesday.
The Emir of Qatar is on a two day State Visit to Spain.
Following the ceremony, King Felipe and Queen Letizia hosted a luncheon for their guests of honour at the Palace of Zarzuela.
WHAT QUEEN LETIZIA WORE
HANDBAG: NEW! Magrit flap clutch bag in powder blue leather (bespoke).
SHOES: NEW! Magrit slingback pumps powder blue leather (bespoke).
EARRINGS: Bulgari aquamarine teardrop earrings (repeat).