Queen Letizia was in Santiago on Friday to promote "Digitalizadas" - a program that aims to encourage digital literacy of women living in rural areas in Spain.
Her Majesty channeled vintage glamour in a petrol blue tea dress by Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta as she attended the tech event at the city's Reyes Catolicos Hotel.
Cut from crepe fabric in an ultra-feminine V-neck silhouette, this chic lightweight dress is embroidered with black butterfly motifs – a hallmark of the fashion house, and a leading detail in Bottega Veneta's Resort 2018 collection. Ruched shoulders, ruffles and sewn pleats at the waist lend a subtle romantic edge. The US$2,460 dress is currently available at Bottega Veneta, Matches Fashion, Orchard Mile and Neiman Marcus.
Letizia complemented the pretty dress with her dainty Elena C mini butterfly earrings.
She accessoried with her black Felipe Varela leather chevron quilted envelope clutch and Prada saffiano pumps.
Following the event, Queen Letizia exited wearing a black wool coat we have not seen her don before.
The new piece is the Carolina Herrera A-Line Belted Coat (£3,670), crafted from stretch virgin wool and featuring notched lapels, a double breasted front fastening, a belted waist, and side flap pockets.