The Queen of Spain attended two engagements on Monday at the Lonja de los Mercaderes in Valencia.
Her Majesty's first event of the day was the 32nd edition of the 'Rei Jaume I 2020' awards.
The prestigious Rei Jaume I Awards was created in 1989, with the objective of bringing together scientific and business entities for the promotion of research and scientific development in Spain. There are currently six awards, each endowed with €100,000 and a gold medal, with the commitment to reinvest part of the amount in research and entrepreneurship in Spain.
Her Majesty presented the awards, which was followed by her speech and a meeting with this year's winners.
Queen Letizia later received a representation of the Local Police of Valencia on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. Currently, the Local Police of Valencia is structured in seven District units strategically distributed throughout the city, consisting of 1,495 officers, of which 230 are women. Her Majesty was given a commemorative plaque and a cap in memory of the anniversary.
Queen Letizia looked glamorous in her grey Carolina Herrera double-face ensemble for a day in Valencia.
The coat and matching dress is from the designer's CH Carolina Herrera line and belongs to the Fall 2016 range.
This is the sixth occasion Her Majesty has worn the separates since their debut in November 2016 during the State Visit to Portugal.
Today she opted for solid coloured accessories. Letizia coordinated the look with her custom dove grey leather pointed-toe pumps by Magrit, and Hugo Boss suede flap clutch.
She completed the outfit with her white gold bezel set diamond stud earrings