Queen Letizia, 47, often sports high-street brands on her visits. The mother-of-two wore the stylish dress when attending a meeting in Madrid, with the Spanish Association Against Cancer for which she is the Honorary President of. Despite her protective face mask, Queen Letizia stunned in her black midi dress from one of her favourite high-street stores.
Yesterday, the Queen of Spain stepped out in Madrid in a recycled number that she previously wore back in June 2019.
She was seen wearing the floral midi dress while attending the UNICEF Spanish Committee Awards.
The Spanish monarch put safety first as she covered up by wearing a disposable light blue face mask.
However, instead of pairing it with navy open-back court heels like last time, the Queen opted for a higher patent heel with a wrap-around strap across the foot.
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Letizia added a similar black buckle belt to draw in her waist, showcasing her slim physique.
The Queen sported a small clutch alongside her outfit which she carried alongside some paperwork.
The shade of the bag is a different shade of navy to the dress, as are her patent heels.
She opted for natural makeup, keeping her eyeshadow simple with a soft pink and wore her glossy hair parted down the middle in a relaxed blow-dry.
The monarch kept her formal look with minimal jewellery with only a pair of small sparkling earrings visible under her hair.
Showcasing her love for the high-street, Letizia sported an even cheaper brand yesterday with a recycled tweed dress from Zara.
The number cost just £69.99 and features an off-the-shoulder design in navy and white tweed.
She completed the look with a pair of pointed-toe navy heels, the same she wore to the UNICEF Spanish Committee Awards last year.
Again, the mother-of-two cinched in her waist with a dainty navy buckle belt to show off her figure.
A big fan of the colour navy, the Queen was also sporting a perfectly matched navy leather clutch which she held to her side.
In her role as Honorary President of the Spanish Association Against Cancer, she has proven herself to be committed to fighting against cancer.
The Spanish Association Against Cancer helps fund research projects as well as supporting patients and their families.