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Queen Letizia of Spain oozes elegance in a black and white gown as she joins King Felipe


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Monochrome monarch! Queen Letizia of Spain looks elegant in a black and white gown as she joins King Felipe for a UN climate conference in Madrid

  • Queen Letizia of Spain attended a reception at the Royal Palace with King Felipe
  • Duo greeted officials from around the world who were there for a UN conference
  • Stylish mother-of-two commanded attention in statement black and white dress

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a glamorous figure when joining her husband King Felipe in welcoming international delegates for the UN climate conference in Madrid today.

The Spanish royal, 47, looked a picture of elegance in a white and black gown as she hosted a lavish reception alongside her husband, Felipe, 51, at the Royal Palace.

Proving her fashion prowess, the stylish mother-of-two commanded attention in the statement frock, which featured a crisp white bodice with a textured ribbed skirt.

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a glamorous figure when joining her husband King Felipe in welcoming international delegates for the UN climate conference in Madrid

The Spanish royal, 47, looked a picture of elegance in a white and black gown as she hosted a lavish reception alongside her husband, Felipe, 51, at the Royal Palace

The Spanish royal, 47, looked a picture of elegance in a white and black gown as she hosted a lavish reception alongside her husband, Felipe, 51, at the Royal Palace

The striking dress accentuated the petite royal’s slender frame by pulling in at the waist before flaring out into an elegant dip hem.

Pairing the tasteful frock with a classic pair of black high heels, Letizia kept her accessories to a minimum, opting for a simple, classic pair of silver earrings. 

She sleeked her brown locks into a tight bun and donned a glamorous coating of make-up to finish her attire.

Letizia (right) and Felipe (left) welcome Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno and his wife Rocio Gonzalez upon arrival at a reception held for heads of states at the Royal Palace in Madrid

Letizia (right) and Felipe (left) welcome Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno and his wife Rocio Gonzalez upon arrival at a reception held for heads of states at the Royal Palace in Madrid 

Proving her fashion prowess, the stylish mother-of-two commanded attention in the statement frock, which featured a crisp white bodice with a textured ribbed skirt

Proving her fashion prowess, the stylish mother-of-two commanded attention in the statement frock, which featured a crisp white bodice with a textured ribbed skirt

Pairing the tasteful frock with a classic pair of black high heels, Letizia (pictured with her husband and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, centre) kept her accessories to a minimum, opting for a simple, classic pair of silver earrings

Pairing the tasteful frock with a classic pair of black high heels, Letizia (pictured with her husband and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, centre) kept her accessories to a minimum, opting for a simple, classic pair of silver earrings

Her husband Felipe, who ascended the throne in 2014 upon the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos I, looked as equally stylish in a black suit and light green tie.

The royal coupe greeted officials from around the world who were in the Spanish capital for a two-week international climate conference.

Delegates from almost 200 countries will try to put the finishing touches on the rules governing the 2015 Paris climate accord at the December 2-13 meeting. 

Letizia and Felipe welcome acting Spanish Primer Minister Pedro Sanchez and his wife María Begoña Gómez Fernández

Letizia and Felipe welcome acting Spanish Primer Minister Pedro Sanchez and his wife María Begoña Gómez Fernández

The royal sleeked her brown locks into a tight bun and donned a glamorous coating of make-up to finish her attire

Letizia with María Begoña Gómez Fernández

The royal (pictured with María Begoña Gómez Fernández, right) sleeked her brown locks into a tight bun and donned a glamorous coating of make-up to finish her attire

This included how to create functioning international emissions trading systems and compensate poor countries for losses they suffer from rising sea levels and other consequences of climate change. 

Countries agreed in Paris four years ago to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit), ideally 1.5C (2.7F) by the end of the century compared with pre-industrial times. 

Already, average temperatures have increased by about 1C, leaving little room for the more ambitious target to be met. 

Those attending the reception at the palace included Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno and his wife Rocio Gonzalez, and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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