The King and Queen of Spain traveled to the historic port city of Valencia for a day of engagements.
They arrived at the Llotja de la Seda, a late Valencian Gothic-style civil building to deliver the 28th edition of the Rey Jaime I Prizes.
The annual awards were created in 1989 through the initiative of the Valencian Foundation for Advanced Studies. The prizes, worth €100,000, are presented to individuals for significant contributions in scientific research within Spain.
Following the formal ceremony, Their Majesties changed gears and popped in to the Mercado Central (Central Market), to mark the centenary of its facilities.
The King and Queen of Spain are the honorary presidents of the Mercado Central, which is the largest active market in Europe.
The royal couple visited stalls and stopped to chat to locals along the tour.
For her day in Valencia, Queen Letizia repeated the exact outfit she wore to last year's National Day parade and the 2016 'Cervantes Award' ceremony, recycling each piece from head-to-toe.
The ensemble includes a cobalt blue A-line dress with midnight blue velvet ribbon trim and a matching cropped jacket.
She teamed the set with her midnight blue patent pumps from Magrit, and Felipe Varela ocean blue leather clutch.
Her Majesty completed the look with her dazzling Bvlgari aquamarine teardrop earrings.
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