Today, Queen Letizia made a solo visit to the neighboring country of Portugal. This is her second trip to the Portuguese Republic since becoming Queen in June this year. In July she accompanied her husband King Felipe on a state visit to Portugal. Today, Her Majesty visited "Casa dos Marcos", a care center for people with rare diseases and their families. She also meet with representatives of the Latin American Alliance for Rare Diseases before the close of the Second Latin American Congress on Rare Diseases where she delivered a speech.
Following the congress meeting, Queen Letizia visited the exhibit "A Shared History. Treasures of the Royal Palaces of Spain" which is on display in the temporary exhibition of the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. The exhibition shows the relations between Spain and Portugal, as well as those of their rulers over the last 350 years.
For her solo trip abroad, Queen Letizia recycled a crimson red Felipe Varela skirt suit, first debuted in December 2008.
She coordinated the suit with her Uterqüe animal print chiffon blouse.
Letizia accessorized with her red leather Magrit platform pumps and a new floral applique bag from Uterqüe. The clutch is made of cowhide and the front features a set of hand-sewn leather flowers. It's currently available for €99.
Letizia completed the outfit with her semi-precious ruby cabochon earrings.
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