Today, the King and Queen of Spain attended the 'Cervantes Award' ceremony held at the Alcala de Henares University on the outskirts of Madrid. The prize is one of the most regarded literary awards in Spain and Latin America, and is granted annually to honour the lifetime achievement of an eminent writer in the Spanish language.
The award is named in honour of the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, who is best known for his satirical novel, Don Quixote. This year, the Cervantes 2015 Award went to the 81-year-old Mexican writer, Fernando del Paso Morante.
Today, Queen Letizia repeated the exact outfit she wore to last year's National Day parade, recycling each piece from head-to-toe.
The ensemble consists of a royal blue dress and jacket combination by Felipe Varela.
She teamed the set with midnight blue patent pumps from Magrit, and Felipe Varela ocean blue leather clutch.
Her Majesty completed the look with her dazzling Bvlgari aquamarine teardrop earrings.
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