It was back to business for the Spanish Queen after taking an extended Easter break in Mallorca. This morning, Queen Letizia paid a visit to the headquarters of the Spanish Red Cross in Madrid.
Her Majesty was greeted by the Secretary of State for Social Services and Equality, Susana Camarero, and the newly elected President of the Spanish Red Cross, Javier Senent.
Following the introductions, they held a meeting to inform Her Majesty of the work they conduct and their agenda for future activities.
At the conclusion of the meeting, Queen Letizia was given an escorted tour of the various departments within the Spanish Red Cross, and was she was given an opportunity to greet the staff and volunteers.
Today, Doña Letizia looked professional in a tailored Hugo Boss pant suit. She wore the BOSS 'Jetala' blazer and matching 'Taru' trousers in navy mottled wool. Below we show the suit in grey:
She premiered the suit in October last year at the 25th Anniversary Ceremony of the Spanish National Transplant Organization.
Today, she changed up the look, opting for a white voile blouse.
The top is also a recycled piece but it's origin remains a mystery. Letizia first wore it in March 2014:
Letizia accessorized with new navy pumps and her men's style Hugo Boss 'Norrmalm' business bag (£450).
She finished the outfit with her understated Chanel Comète earrings.
We will see Queen Letizia again on Thursday. She is scheduled to deliver the Princess Girona Award in the Scientific Research category.
SHOP QUEEN LETIZIA'S STYLE FOR LESS ...
9/4/2015 01:04:46 am
Spain's women are well-known for their beauty and they are definitely among the best-dressed and most stylish women worldwide. Spain not only has the two big labels Mango and Zara but also has a lot of wonderful and excellent designers, such as Lorenzo Caprile, Adolfo Dominguez, Amay Arzuagra and many more. Furthermore, Spain is leading in leather goods and is internationally renowned for its exquisite products. So it's hard to understand why the new Spanish Queen, Dona Letizia, is mainly wearing and supporting the German label Hugo Boss (apart from Felipe Varela). I would expect from a Queen more sensitivity and support for the needs of the country she is representing, especially in these difficult times.
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