The Spanish Royal Family attended the second day of events for the 10th anniversary of the Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) at the Palacio de Congresos de Cataluña in Barcelona.
They participated in the 'El talento atrae al talento' (talent attracts talent) workshops which offer a program of activities that focus on some of the main challenges of our society: sustainability, employment, critical thinking, and equal opportunities, among others.
The day ended with the Royal Family holding an audience with the mentors of 'Rescatadores de talento' (Talent Rescuers) which promotes the employability of people between the ages of 20-30 years.
Queen Letizia made a surprising designer debut for the final day in Barcelona. She donned a coordinating leopard print blouse and skirt by British fashion designer, Victoria Beckham.
The navy and white separates consist of a long sleeve twill shirt (RRP $825 - now $495) and a silk midi skirt (RRP $1,395 - now $697.50). The pieces are part of the Resort '19 collection.
Letizia added her red Carolina Herrera slingback suede pumps for a pop of colour.
She harmonized the ensemble with her navy and red Caroline Herrera 'Baret' flap clutch bag.
Letizia finished the look with her bezel set diamond stud earrings.