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Queen Letizia flashes her toned legs at board meeting in Madrid

Leggy Letizia! Queen of Spain, 49, flashes her incredibly toned pins in a monochrome dress as she chairs a board meeting in Madrid

  •  Queen Letizia chaired the 30th Royal Board on Disability Council meeting
  •  The Spanish monarch flashed her incredibly toned pins in an elegant dress
  •  She received a warm welcome by Extremadura’s regional President Guillermo Fernandez

Queen Letizia of Spain chaired the 30th Royal Board on Disability Council meeting in Mérida on Wednesday. 

The Spanish monarch flashed her incredibly toned pins in an elegant monochrome dress as she received a warm welcome by Extremadura’s regional President Guillermo Fernandez.

The 49-year-old cinched her stylish ensemble at the waist with a large black belt and added height to her frame with black stilettos. 

The 49-year-old flashed her incredibly toned pins and cinched her elegant ensemble at the waist with a large black belt as she added height to her frame with black stilettos

Queen Letizia of Spain looked typically elegant in a monochrome dress as she chaired the 30th Royal Board on Disability Council meeting in Merida on Wednesday

Queen Letizia of Spain looked typically elegant in a monochrome dress as she chaired the 30th Royal Board on Disability Council meeting in Merida on Wednesday

The royal accessorised with a black leather handbag and chic pearl earrings. 

She wore her long brunette locks loose and donned a neutral palette of makeup enhancing her flawless complexion. 

She greeted attendees and met with members of the board as she arrived for the meeting. 

The Spanish monarch received a warm welcome by Extremadura's regional President Guillermo Fernandez

The Spanish monarch received a warm welcome by Extremadura’s regional President Guillermo Fernandez

Welcome: She greeted attendees and met with members of the board as she arrived for the meeting

Welcome: She greeted attendees and met with members of the board as she arrived for the meeting

The royal showcased her style credentials as she accessorised with a black leather handbag and chic pearl earrings

The royal showcased her style credentials as she accessorised with a black leather handbag and chic pearl earrings

Last week,  Letizia hosted a lunch for Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev and his wife in the country’s first state visit since 1999, alongside King Felipe.

The pair received the President and wife Desislava Radeva at LaZarzuela Palace in Madrid today as they embark on a three-day state visit to the country.

President Radev and his wife arrived under the invitation of King Felipe and the trip marks the first visit of a Bulgarian president to the Spain in over two decades.

She wore her long brunette locks loose and she donned a neutral palette of makeup enhancing her flawless complexion

She wore her long brunette locks loose and she donned a neutral palette of makeup enhancing her flawless complexion

Letizia stopped to chat to a few of the women greeting as she arrived at the venue for the meeting

Letizia stopped to chat to a few of the women greeting as she arrived at the venue for the meeting 

She appeared in a jovial mood as she made her way into the board meeting with the other officials

She appeared in a jovial mood as she made her way into the board meeting with the other officials 

The monarch oozed confidence as she spoke to the Royal Board Of Trustees for Disabilities

The monarch oozed confidence as she spoke to the Royal Board Of Trustees for Disabilities

Their meeting came after Russian energy giant Gazprom halted gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria for failing to pay for its gas in roubles, as ordered by Putin last month.   

The move is the Kremlin’s toughest response yet to crippling Western sanctions imposed over Moscow’s on-going invasion of Ukraine.

The Spanish royals have actively been working to support Ukrainian refugees, visiting the centre for welcoming and helping those fleeing the country to Spain last month.  

Last month Felipe and Letizia visited the Red Cross crisis unit in Madrid, which is amongst the NGOs responsible for offering the homeless Ukrainian citizens initial support as they arrive in Spain.

Shortly after the invasion Letizia sported one of the country’s traditional blouses to chair an event for the Mutua Madrileña Foundation in Madrid.

Last week, Letizia hosted a lunch for Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev and his wife Desislava in the country's first state visit since 1999, alongside King Felipe

Last week, Letizia hosted a lunch for Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev and his wife Desislava in the country’s first state visit since 1999, alongside King Felipe

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