Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain, made not one, not two but three glamorous appearances yesterday during their historic visit to Cuba.
Letizia, 47, who was joined by her husband Felipe, 51, showcased her stylish wardrobe on day two of their four-day tour.
Initially, the royal style queen kicked off the day in a summery white Adolfo Dominquez embroidered dress for events in the morning.
The King and Queen of Spain began their third day of the State Visit to Cuba by visiting El Templete de la Plaza de Armas, in Old Havana, Cuba.
The dress is a clear favourite of the queen as she first wore the embroidered cotton dress (with belt) in Mallorca, this past summer.
She accessorised her look by adding a Magrit “Candy” envelope clutch in beige suede leather, that she has previously shown off and a pair of Mint & Rose “Sardinia” espadrille wedges.
Opting for her signature look, the queen decided to keep her hair down and loose around her shoulders.
Her makeup was also kept simple and had a day-time-glamour feel to it. She opted for smokey-brown eye-shadow, bronzed cheeks, and a nude lip.
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Later in the day, the queen changed into a chic sleeveless turquoise dress as she attended a reception to Spanish community at the Alicia Alonso Gran Theater in La Havana, Cuba.
Letizia decided to wear a new piece from her wardrobe, a Nina Ricci mint embellished plisse-silk midi dress, that had an intricate shell detailing along the collar, that retails for $ 2,390 (but currently it’s on promotion for $ 358).
The dress fell just above her ankles in soft chiffon pleats which gave the queen an elegant and sophisticated silhouette.
Queen Letizia then decided to accessorise her outfit with a bespoke mint cutch bag and matching “Laura” cross strap suede pumps, which she has worn previously.
She decided to keep jewellery simple, only opting for a pair of Yanes sunburst white gold and diamond earrings.
The royal decided to sleek her hair back in a pony-tail and also wore natural makeup.
Opting for her iconic, brown smokey eye-shadow, with heavy mascara, bronzed cheeks and a warm-toned nude matte nip.
Later on in the day, Queen Letizia, changed into a gorgeous blush pink chiffon shirt dress while she visited the Spanish Embassy in Havana, Cuba, with her husband King Felipe.
A day for new fashion pieces, the royal wore a Mate “roan” pink organza shirt dress that retails for $ 245.
The dress has a high neckline with a collar and buttons running down the front of the dress. Made of chiffon-like material, the queen decided to wear a pale pink underdress to keep a classy look.
Cinching her waist was a bow belt made from the same material, giving her 5’7 frame a delicate look.
The beautiful new addition to Letizia’s wardrobe fell just above her ankles.
Queen Letizia then decided to opt for some blush shade Steve Madden “Plaza” mules and she decided to accessorise with a simple pair of diamond drop earrings which she first wore last month to the El Mundo 30th anniversary gala dinner.
Taking on a more relaxed look, the queen decided to still wear her hair up in a ponytail but decided to pull out pieces of hair to frame her natural beauty.
Last week, Queen Letizia looked stunning in florals as she wore a black cape blazer and a printed mid-length skirt with some killer red heels for a meeting in Seville, Spain.
Queen Letizia of Spain wore an outfit befitting a royal yesterday as she and King Felipe, 51, attended a meeting with XVI Congress of Association of Academies of the Spanish Language (ASALA) in Seville, Spain.
The ex-journalist and mother-of-two was photographed stepping out in a black cape-like blazer, a regal red, high-neck blouse, a printed mid-length skirt, and some killer red heels.
She paired the blazer with a chiffon soft, red, high-neck blouse with folded cuffs that could be seen popping out of the blazer.
The royal opted for a high-waisted black midi skirt with red flower detailing, that fell just above her toned calf and then she decided to cinch in her petite waist with a thin corset-looking belt.
The design had a series of red and white flowers embroidered on the skirt.