Their Majesties attended the inaugural event celebrating the Bicentennial of the Museo del Prado today.
The Royal Museum of Painting and Sculpture, which in 1868 became known as the National Museum of Painting and Sculpture and later the Museo del Prado, opened to the public on November 19, 1819 with 311 paintings from the Royal Collection, all by Spanish authors, hung in its walls.
For her arrival at the museum in Madrid, Queen Letizia wore a new beige wool coat featuring a long silhouette, notch lapel collar, a single button front, and belted waist. The brand/designer of the piece is currently unknown.
Under the coat she also debuted a checked Pedro del Hierro dress (€159).
Letizia complemented the tones of the dress with her custom rusty red Magrit leather and suede clutch, and matching 'Ivonne' pumps.
Letizia rounded off the look with her Tous gold long dangle earrings from the 'special jewelry' collection.