As the Queen of Spain, Queen Letizia often steps out on royal visits. Today, the 47-year-old stepped out at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid. She wore a sharp blue suit for the occasion, as well as a paler-toned blue jumper. Her trousers featured a straight leg design, and had the same print as her suit jacket.
Queen Letizia opted to have the latter item unbuttoned, and wore pale blue knitwear underneath.
She also sported a pair of patent navy blue high heels.
It’s currently unknown where the items were from.
Finishing off her look, she accessorised her outfit with a pair of stunning sparkling drop earrings.
The Queen had styled her hair in a sleek straight style.
While she may be a fan of high-end fashion designers such as Hugo Boss, last week, Queen Letizia was spotted stepping out in a bargain buy.
The former journalist donned a teal, mid-length jumpsuit while attending the Scholarships for the Masters and Research Grants of the Iberdrola Foundation.
The outfit featured frill detail and had a high neckline.
It also has a black belt which hung around her waist.
And, style-stealers may be delighted to know that they could pick up their own version of the outfit from Zara.
The high-street item will be affordable to many people, due to its price tag standing at just £11.
She also stepped out with a black clutch bag, and pointed blue stilettos.
The cheetah-print coat is by Hugo Boss, and known as Mathia.
It usually comes in at £295.99, and has recently been on sale – with a new price tag of £369.
Opting to dress head to toe in the same design, she also wore trousers which retail at £219 (with a sale price of £149), and a matching jumper – from the Hugo Boss Frankie range.
The latter sells for £157.32, but has dropped to £94.38 in the sale.
Queen Letizia of Spain: Five facts about the Spanish royal
Letizia was already famous in her native Spain thanks to a career as a TV presenter and journalist.
She even won an award for best Spanish journalist under 30 in 2002, just before she met King Felipe.
Felipe and Letizia Ortiz, as she was called then, wed in 2004.
She wore a long-sleeved wedding dress with a 15 foot train by Manuel Pertegaz.
As is custom with royal weddings, Letizia wore a tiara. Her diamond and platinum Prussian tiara is a German imperial heirloom created in 1913 by Koch for Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia’s wedding to Prince Ernst August.
Letizia is the eldest of three daughters, with her middle sister tragically taking her own life in 2007.
Now, Letizia has two daughters, Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofia of Spain. She is a hands on mum, taking the children to school and enjoying countless family holidays with them.
Letizia has been married before, wedding Alfonso Guerrero, a teacher, in 1998.
However she did not require an annulment before her roman-catholic marriage to then Prince Felipe in 2004 as her marriage to Guerrero was a civil ceremony.
In 2008, Letizia underwent surgery on her nose to correct a respiratory problem, the Spanish palace confirmed at the time.