The King and Queen of Spain presented the journalism awards of the Madrid Press Association (APM) for the years 2019 and 2020, at Cybele Palace in Madrid on Tuesday.
The pandemic forced the APM to postpone the ruling of the 2019 edition, so 2019 has been awarded jointly with the 2020 edition. The APM awards are considered among the most prestigious in the sector and are generally convened at the end of each year.
Queen Letizia arrived at the event wearing her pink Carolina Herrera brushed wool coat.
The cozy topper is from the designer's F/W 2017 collection and was first worn by Her Majesty in November of 2018 for the State welcome of the President of China.
Today Queen Letizia opted to wear her Reiss 'Marlie' ombre pleated midi skirt with a basic black crew-neck knit.
We first saw the eye catching skirt for a Rare Diseases World Day event in March of 2020.
Letizia complemented today's look with her Carolina Herrera 'Astrud' clutch bag and Steve Madden 'Dominique' over-the-knee suede boots.
She completed the ensemble with her Gold and Roses Balance Combo Earrings.
Earlier in the day, Casa Real released a pre-recorded message from Queen Letizia to mark the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day (SID).
The National Institute of Cybersecurity annually celebrates SID, and for the first time this year, it carried out events digitally due to the pandemic. The day not only aims to create a safer Internet but a better Internet, where technology is used in a responsible, respectful, critical and creative way. SID targets children, young people, parents and guardians, teachers, educators and social workers, as well as businesses and policy-makers, encouraging them to actively participate in creating a better Internet.
It appears the pre-recorded message was filmed last Friday because Queen Letizia wore the same outfit for the meeting of the Delegate Commission of the Princess of Girona Foundation (shown below).