Queen Letizia looked stylish in a houndstooth jacket during the second day of her visit to Andorra.
The Spanish Queen, 48, opted for a business casual look with a Carolina Herrera jacket she first wore in February to visit the Spanish School Maria Moliner with King Felipe VI, 53, this morning.
The couple arrived in Andorra yesterday for their first state visit to the principality since Felipe VI became King in 2014.
Last night, the couple put on a chic display for a state dinner marking their arrival, with Letizia wearing a stylish nude-coloured feather top with black ribbon belt.
Today, the pair hit the ground running and met with pupils and staff of a local Spanish school during a socially distanced visit where they both wore masks.
Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, opted for a stylish houndstooth motif jacket for a day filled with engagements in Andorra, on the second day of her and King Felipe’s visit to the principality
She wrapped up in a jacket with a fine houndstooth grey-on-grey detail, which she teamed with an oversized black vinyl belt and a black scarf.
The royal paired the fitted jacket with a pair of black trousers, which she wore with black flat sandals from Hugo Boss.
Her hazelnut locks bounced on her shoulders in a glossy and healthy blow-dry, and she kept make-up to a minimum, sporting only a dash of mascara and eye-shadow.
Letizia picked a practical outfit today, left, after stunning in a structured outfit last night with a nude-coloured feathered top, right
King Felipe looked dashing in a blue suit paired with a pink shirt and red tie.
Last night, as the first day of their visit culminated in a state dinner, Letizia stunned in a feathered bustier top.
The Spanish queen turned heads as she arrived for an official dinner at Andorra Park Hotel.
She paired her nude, feathered top with smart black trousers and stiletto heels and a matching clutch bag.
Letizia wrapped up in a black scarf, left, to face the morning breeze of Andorra. She looked confident in flat sandal shoes, right
Wearing her brown hair in a loose bun, the royal put safety first in a face mask and added glamorous makeup – including lashings of mascara and subtle eyeshadow.
The loose hairstyle complemented the structured outfit and gave the monarch a cool and relaxed appearance.
The two day trip marks the couple’s first trip outside of Spain since the start of the pandemic, with state visits previously off the cards for Europe’s royals due to travel restrictions.
Queen Felipe VI opened for a blue suit with a light blue shirt and red tie for the event this morning
Felipe VI and Letizia met with pupils and chatted with their in the school’s playground during their visit. The children were waving Spanish flags
Letizia paired the jacket with an oversized black vinyl belf, and sported a natural makeup, with just a dash of mascara and eye-shadow
It is also the first time Felipe and Letizia have visited Andorra since the Monarch’s enthronement in 2014, following his father King Juan Carlos’s abdication.
The trip comes ahead of Andorra’s presidency of the Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government in April, which King Felipe will also attend.
Andorra is one of the smallest states in Europe. It is an independent European co-principality situated among the southern peaks of the Pyrenees Mountains and bounded by France and Spain.
Letizia last wore the gown on February 16 as she attended an exhibit at the National Library in Madrid, opting to style the look with a black cape coat for the visit.
Letizia of Spain, stunned as she arrived for an official dinner at Andorra Park Hotel during the first day of her state visit to Andorra last night. Pictured, with Patrick Strzoda, representative of the French President
The Spanish monarch opted for a stylish beige feather top with black waist-tie detail, which she paired with smart black trousers and stiletto heels
The stylish royal paired her outfit with a timeless pair of stiletto heels and matching clutch bag
The monarch looked the epitome of style as she stepped out in her second outfit of the day alongside husband King Felipe VI of Spain (pictured)