The Queen of Spain was in Seville today for the Red Cross & Red Crescent World Day ceremony.
Each year, on 8th May, 189 countries mark the anniversary of the birth of Henry Dunant, founder of the humanitarian organization.
In her speech, Queen Letizia highlighted the importance of the staff and volunteers of these two organizations, which save lives and assist vulnerable communities worldwide. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent is the largest humanitarian network in the world.
For the occasion, Queen Letizia repeated a look she debuted at the International Congress on Women and Disability in March as shown below.
It consists of the Carolina Herrera Prince Of Wales Floral Cutout Dress and the LODI 'Saray' nude patent leather pumps.
Today, Letizia varied the outfit with her dusty pink Felipe Varela suede clutch and Yanes flower blossom stud earrings.