On Tuesday, The King and Queen of Spain had two engagements in Madrid. At Zarzuela Palace, Their Majesties received Hugh Elliott, the ambassador of the United Kingdom in Spain, to whom they conveyed their condolences on the death of Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
His Royal Highness, aged 99 passed away on 9th April 2021 and was the longest-serving consort of a reigning British monarch.
Later in the day, Their Majesties attended the presentation ceremony for the launch of the new IFEMA brand, at the IFEMA Municipal Palace.
IFEMA 'Institución Ferial de Madrid' (Fair Institution of Madrid) is an entity charged with the organisation of fairs, halls and congresses in their facilities in Madrid. The new corporate identity is identified with IFEMA's determination to evolve its business model, expand and diversify its revenue streams, generate opportunities and alliances to boost its presence in new markets, in addition to giving value and significance to the Madrid brand.
Today, Queen Letizia premiered a pleated skirt by Adolfo Domínguez.
The cream midi length skirt features soleil pleats with a fine black contrast.
Letizia teamed it with a black sleeveless top with a mock neck.
I initially thought it was her Hugo Boss 'Fasmine' knit shell top but this new style doesn't have the same side ribbing detail or extended sleeve as the 'Fasmine' model. Furthermore, the top appears to have a double ribbed trim around the arm opening.
The finely ribbed mock neck does appear to match the knit top Letizia wore in September of 2018.
Separating the top and the skirt was her black Burberry ruffle leather waist belt.
Letizia complemented the monochrome ensemble with her black Nina Ricci 'Arc' leather clutch and Manolo Blahnik BB snakeskin-embossed pumps with a custom rubber platform sole (repeat).
She finished the outfit with her dazzling diamond teardrop earrings.