She’s known for her impeccable sense of style, so who better than Queen Letizia to take a spin on a classic red rose print?
The Spanish royal, 46, looked stunning in a black floral print skirt, teamed with a red shirt and an elegant cape as she attended the closing ceremony of a week-long event focused around the Spanish language in Seville.
Felipe VI and his wife made for an elegant pairing at the 16th Congress of the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language,(ASALES) which is reaching its close today.
The Spanish queen sported her favourite Zara cape over a Hugo boss red silk blouse and a midi skirt adorned with statement flowers
Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI attended the closing ceremony 16th Congress of the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language (ASALES), in Seville today
The royal took another opportunity to show her thrifty side today, recycling a black cape from Zara, over her red silk blouse from Hugo Boss.
She first showcased the cover-up in 2015, and it has since been spotted of the shoulders of many European royals, including Mary of Denmark and Magdalena of Sweden.
Her red blouse complemented the colour of her pencil midi skirt adorned with statement red and grey roses that brought just the right level of drama to a very elegant winter outfit.
The whole outfit came together thanks to a sleek leather belt.
The sun shone on Seville as the royals made their way to the event and greeted their subjects. Letizia held tight to her black leather clutch
The royal couple were gifted the Complete Works of Miguel de Cervantes at the Congress’ closing ceremony at the Cartuja Center Cite in Seville
She put her best foot forward in bright red stilettos and held a black clutch that complimented the look nicely.
Meanwhile, her husband Felipe VI, 51 donned a smart grey suit, and a bright purple dotted tie.
The Association of Academies of the Spanish Language was created in 1951 in Mexico and represents the union of all Spanish-speaking entities in the world.
It aims to promote the unity, longevity and evolution of the Spanish Language, as well as cooperation between academics from the different Spanish speaking countries.
Kind Felipe VI opted for a lined grey suit and added a pop of colour with a purple dotted tie. Both royals looked in good spirits
Letizia brought the drama at the event focused on the Spanish language with a red blouse, red flowers and red heels
This year marked the 16th ASALE world congress, which takes places every four to five years, and varies in location each time.
The last congress to take place in Spain was in Madrid in April 1994. Seville is the second place ton welcome the congress in history.
The event was organised by the Royal Spanish Academy.
Whilst Letizia knows how to capture an audience’s attention with her sense of fashion, her daughter Princess Leonor stole the show this week with several outings that did not go unnoticed.
The queen’s sleek blow dry was tucked behind her ears, which revealed a pair of diamond earrings
The President of the ASALE Santiago Munoz Machado (left) and member of the Royal Spanish Academy Francisco Rico Manrique (right) were pleased to gift the Complete Works of Miguel de Cervantes to the royals
The daughter of Letizia and Felipe VI, 14, attended the Talent Attracts Talent event for the Princess of Girona Foundation in Barcelona on Tuesday.
The family made the a rare public appearance together at the event, which seeks to recognise young people aged between 16 and 35-years-old in any part of the world who stand out for their work and merits.
She also gave an impressive speech in English, Spanish, Arabic and Catalan at the foundation’s awards in Monday evening.
The talented teenager, who has inherited her mother’s polished sense of style, is also learning the cello, and has honed her skills in tennis, sailing and gymnastics at an American summer camp.
All this while keeping up with school work at Madrid’s prestigious Santa María de los Rosales College.
It is of little wonder, perhaps, Leonor has been likened to a ‘Disney Princess’ capable of winning over subjects by one of the country’s national newspaper.
Princess Leonor, 14, appeared business-like in a smart navy striped jacket today as she attended a ‘Talent attracts talent’ event for the Princess of Girona Foundation in Barcelona on Tuesday
The royal made the appearance alongside her parents, King Felipe VI, 51, and Queen Letizia, 46, as well as her younger sister Princess Sofia, 12