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Queen Letizia of Spain recycles favourite Carolina Herrera blouse and floral skirt in Las Hurdes

Gorgeous in green! Queen Letizia of Spain channels springtime in a Carolina Herrera blouse and floral skirt as she and King Felipe greet royal fans during visit to Las Hurdes

  • King Felipe and Queen Letizia visited autonomous community Las Hurdes today
  • Visited the historic region to mark centenary of visit of King Alfonso XIII in 1922
  • Letizia, 49, opted for sleeveless Carolina Herrera blouse that dates back to 2012
  • She teamed the outfit with a recycled floral skirt as she greeted royal fans today

Queen Letizia was the picture of elegance as she stepped out in a recycled outfit during a visit to a remote Spanish region today. 

The monarch showed off her fondness for sustainable dressing as she sported a sleeveless green Carolina Herrera blouse which she has owned for at least ten years, having first worn the piece in 2012. 

Letizia, 49, paired the blouse with favourite floral skirt which the royal has donned on multiple occasions as she met royal fans during a visit to Las Hurdes, an autonomous community in the province of Cáceres. 

The Spanish royal was joined by husband King Felipe on the trip, which marks the centenary of the visit of King Alfonso XIII to the historic region in 1922. 

Queen Letizia was the picture of elegance as she stepped out in a recycled outfit during a visit to a remote Spanish region today

Spanish Queen Letizia happily posed for pictures during her visit to the Las Hurdes area on the centenary of the visit of King Alfonso today

Spanish Queen Letizia happily posed for pictures during her visit to the Las Hurdes area on the centenary of the visit of King Alfonso today

Mother-of-two Letizia sported a sleeveless pussy-bow garment  by Venezuelan designer Carolina Herrera, which the royal has worn on multiple public outings over the years

She paired the emerald piece with a long white teacup skirt featuring a brightly coloured floral pattern, which she last donned in 2018 during a public appearance in Haiti

Mother-of-two Letizia sported a sleeveless pussy-bow garment by Venezuelan designer Carolina Herrera, which the royal has worn on multiple public outings over the years She paired the emerald piece with a long white teacup skirt featuring a brightly coloured floral pattern.

Their Royal Highnesses travelled Pinofranqueado where they were warmly greeted by eager fans and happily posed for pictures before watching local children perform a dance in their honour.  

Mother-of-two Letizia sported a sleeveless pussy-bow garment by Venezuelan designer Carolina Herrera, which the royal has worn on multiple public outings over the years. 

She paired the emerald piece with a long white teacup skirt featuring a brightly coloured floral pattern, which she last donned in 2018 during a public appearance in Haiti. 

Looking typically polished, Letizia opted for minimal jewellery, aside from a delicate gold geometric ring, while sporting a pair of simple nude wedge heels. 

Their Royal Highnesses travelled Pinofranqueado where they were warmly greeted by eager fans and watched local children perform a dance in their honour

Their Royal Highnesses travelled Pinofranqueado where they were warmly greeted by eager fans and watched local children perform a dance in their honour

The Spanish royal was joined by husband King Felipe on the trip, which marks the centenary of the visit of King Alfonso XIII to the historic region in 1922

The Spanish royal was joined by husband King Felipe on the trip, which marks the centenary of the visit of King Alfonso XIII to the historic region in 1922

Queen Letizia was seen waving and smiling at royal fans as she stood alongside husband King Felipe during a visit to the village of Pinofranqueado, Spain

Queen Letizia was seen waving and smiling at royal fans as she stood alongside husband King Felipe during a visit to the village of Pinofranqueado, Spain

Her brown tresses were loose around her shoulders while for her make-up look the Spanish monarch opted for a peach-toned eyeshadow, light eyeliner and touch of bronzer.

King Alphonse reportedly visited Las Hurdes after a report from doctor Gregorio Marañón, who made the king aware of the multiple sanitary problems and lack of medical assistance available in the region. 

The region, which is based in Extremadura, covers an area of 470 square kilometres and is currently regarded as a Site of Community Importance by the European Union. 

It’s been a busy week for the royal, who on Tuesday attended a Commemorative event for the World Day of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Valencia. 

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is a global day to celebrate the uniqueness and unity of our International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. 

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