King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the Annual Meeting of the Board of the Instituto Cervantes at the Palacio de El Pardo in Madrid.
The Cervantes Institute is a Spanish governmental institution which promotes Spanish culture and language across the world. The organization was established in 1991 and is named after Miguel de Cervantes who the wrote the classic novel ‘Don Quixote'.
For today's meeting at the Royal Palace, Her Majesty re-wore an outfit she premiered a year ago for the National Day Military parade in Madrid (shown below). She repeated every detail except for the earrings.
The ensemble consists of a custom burgundy Felipe Varela lace sheath dress dress paired with the €875 'Malhia' tweed jacket by the same designer.
Queen Letizia accessorized with a Magrit combo consisting of her Magrit 'Leonor' pumps in burgundy suede and a matching envelope clutch, the 'Kares' style.
Letizia completed the outfit with her dainty flower stud earrings by Yanes.