The King and Queen of Spain attended the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Cervantes Institute at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez in Madrid.
Their Majesties hosted a lunch for the patrons of the Cervantes Institute, Ibero-American ambassadors accredited in Spain and the attending authorities.
The Cervantes Institute was created in 1991 by the Spanish government. The organisation aims to promote and teach Spanish and Hispanic American culture and the Spanish language. It is named after the author Miguel de Cervantes, who is considered one of the great figures in Spanish literature.
Queen Letizia wore a bespoke ensemble by Juan Duyos. The separates include a mint blue embroidered pencil skirt and an ecru satin blouse finished with a coordinating embroidered collar and cuffs.
She first debuted the Spanish designer in August 2017 at the Balearic Islands reception. On that occasion, Letizia wore a striking cocktail dress featuring an all-over floral embroidered pattern made from a manton de Manila.
She complemented the set with her Magrit 'Cara' clutch and bespoke knotted vamp pumps, also by the Spanish brand.
Letizia finished the look with her Karen Hallam gold plated sterling silver signature ring and simple diamond stud earrings.