The King and Queen of Spain travelled to La Palma, Canary Islands on Saturday to pay tribute to its people affected by last year's eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
The eruption which started on September 19, 2021, lasted for 85 days and destroyed over 1,241 hectares and 2,988 buildings. On arrival, Their Majesties took a stroll in the town and visited local businesses.
Queen Letizia wore her white Uterque Lace and Ruffles Linen Top teamed with blue Liu Jo bootcut jeans.
She carried her white Carolina Herrera Initials Insignia small shoulder bag.
Later in the day, Their Majesties presided over the tribute ceremony to the people of La Palma.
For the ceremony, Queen Letizia wore her lilac Bleis Madrid crepe trouser suit (shown below in white). She debuted the two-piece suit last September for World Cancer Research Day.
Today she coordinated it with Magrit accessories in a matching lilac hue. The pumps appear to be based on the brand's 'Vera' model.
This is the best image we have of the clutch.
Queen Letizia paid homage to La Palma by sporting a handmade embroidered blouse by local fashion label Pomeline. The top was designed by its Creative Director, Ana María Rodríguez for the Monaco Collection. It is made with traditional embroidery techniques preserved on the island of La Palma.
Letizia wore new earrings by Pisando Colores, also a brand from the island. The €45 'Charco' earrings are handmade using recycled silver and glass fragments collected on the seashore.
The video below shoes highlights of the day.