Queen Letizia of Spain, 46, attended the ‘In Memoriam’ concert at the National Auditorium in Madrid yesterday.
The stylish royal chose to wear a sold out black Hugo Boss fit and flare midi dress as she headed to the event with her husband, King Felipe VI of Spain.
The sleeveless gown had a high-neck and featured a subtle satin panel going from her left shoulder down to the hem of the dress.
The fitted dress highlighted her slender frame at the top before flaring into a rippling pleated skirt at the bottom.
The Queen completed the look with a pair of black barely there heels from Manolo Blahnik that are currently on sale for £625.
She grasped on to a small, black clutch bag throughout the event.
Queen Letizia wore her dark tresses in a stylish bouncy blow-dry that was styled into a side pattern.
Opting for a glamorous make-up look, the royal wore a smokey eye, brown lipstick and a slick of bronzer.
The look was completed by a pair of statement white gold and diamond dangling teardrop earrings.
She attended the concert that is hosted every year to pay respects to the victims of terrorism.
On Wednesday this week, the fashionable royal wore a stunning scarlet suit as she attended the Princess of Gerona Foundation Awards 2019.
She wore a tailored red suit jacket with matching trousers as she stepped out to the San Francisco cultural centre in Madrid.
Her Majesty completed the look with a pair of scarlet heels and matching handbag.
She wore her hair in a sleek blow dry and enhanced her natural beauty with pink eyeshadow and lashings of mascara.
she attended the award ceremony to show her support and met with previous winners of the award.
Earlier in the week, the mum-of-two wore a grey dress as she attended an event in Madrid.
Queen Letizia wore a grey checked dress as she showed her support a conference to mark World Rare Disease Day.
She paired the dress with a think black belt that nipped her in at the waist.
The Spanish royal tied together her stylish outfit with a black clutch and matching black heels.
Letizia took to the stage at the event to make a speech, showing the importance of her role as one of the directors of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases.