Queen Letizia of Spain, 46, looked typically stylish in Madrid today when she attended a royal engagement with her husband King Felipe VI, 51.
The Spanish royal donned an incredible leather dress with a plunging neckline for the opening of ARCO 2019 – a Contemporary Art Fair at the IFEMA exhibition centre.
The below-the-knee length dress featured a matching belt that highlighted her slim waist and a figure-hugging skirt.
She teamed trendy ensemble with a pair of high-heeled nude pumps and carried a small black handbag.
Queen Letizia wore her hair in a chic ponytail tied with a black ribbon and added a sweeping side fringe.
She enhanced her natural beauty with classic make-up and a slick on pink lipstick.
The King and Queen joined Martin Alberto Vizcarra, the President of Peru, at the opening of the art exhibition this afternoon.
The trio viewed works of art at the annual event before meeting the the governing bodies of the IFEMA and the ARCO Madrid committee.
The monarch’s bold outfit choice was in stark contrast to the traditional ball gown she wore last night at a Gala Dinner in honour of Peruvian President and his wife Maribel Diaz Cabello.
Her Majesty wore a stunning diamond tiara in the shape of flowers at the Royal Palace.