The King and Queen of Spain arrived in Peru on Monday for a three-day State Visit, eight years after their first visit to the South American country, when they were Prince and Princess of Asturias.
On arrival in Lima, Their Majesties laid a wreath at the National Pantheon of Próceres.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia then made their way to the Government Palace for the official welcome ceremony where they were greeted by the Peruvian President and his wife.
King Felipe held a meeting with the President, while Queen Letizia met with the First Lady.
King Felipe was bestowed with the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit for Distinguished Services.
Following a luncheon, the royal couple visited the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, where the Mayor of Lima handed over the Key to the City to Their Majesties. Later, Queen Letizia accompanied by the First Lady visited the Emergency Center Woman in the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations, while King Felipe visited the Congress.
For her first day in the Republic of Peru, Queen Letizia debuted a black and white striped dress by Carolina Herrera.
The fit-and-flare dress is cut from lustrous black Italian silk faille, and enhanced with contrast crochet stripes. It is fashioned with a round neck, three-quarter sleeves, concealed side pockets, and a pleated skirt. Made in USA the off-the-rack piece retails for US$2,990 but is now reduced to $1,749 at Net-A-Porter.
Letizia sported a new white Furla 'Metropolis' leather shoulder bag (US$348) which she carried as a clutch.
Made in Italy from pearly white calf leather, the Furla 'Metropolis' pochette has an adjustable and removable leather and chain shoulder strap. It features a lock fastening, open internal pocket, and metal feet at the base. It is currently available in white at Italist, and also comes in black leather at Shopbop.
On her feet Letizia wore her black Magrit illusion d'Orsay pointed-toe pumps.
She topped off the outfit with her white gold bezel set diamonds and Australian pearl earrings.