Radiant in white! Queen Letizia of Spain is elegant in a monochrome gown as she visits Royal Academy of Engineering in Madrid
- Queen Letizia of Spain looked radiant in striking black and white gown in Madrid
- Royal mother-of-two stepped out to visit Royal Academy of Engineering tonight
- Earlier she stepped out for a World Mental Health Day event in the city
Queen Letizia of Spain was radiant in a striking black and white gown as she visited the Royal Academy of Engineering in Madrid tonight.
The Spanish royal, 49, was effortlessly elegant in the monochrome midi dress as she arrived at the organisation this evening, which featured a black floral design across the bodice.
She went on to pose for photographs outside the building alongside Spanish Science Minister Diana Morant, and the Royal Academy of Engineering director, Antonio Colino.
The Spanish queen flaunted her dewy complexion, wearing a chic make-up look which brought out her eyes.
Queen Letizia of Spain was radiant in a striking black and white gown as she visited the Royal Academy of Engineering in Madrid tonight
The Spanish royal, 49, was effortlessly elegant in the monochrome midi dress as she arrived at the organisation this evening
The royal mother-of-two reached up to wave a hand as she arrived for the event in Madrid this evening
The mother-of-two stunned as she beamed while strutting towards the venue, and waved to crowds.
She accessorised with a matching black handbag to her heels and oozed confidence as she made her way to the venue.
Adding a touch of glitz to her ensemble, she accessorised her look with minimal jewellery, opting for chic hoop earrings and a golden ring.
She was attending the inauguration of the elected academics Elena Garcia Armada and Ana Conesa Cegarra.
The royal appeared to be in good spirits as she arrived at the venue in Madrid earlier this evening
The former journalist wore her brunette locks styled in loose waves which tumbled across her shoulders during the outing
The royal mother-of-two swept her hair from her face in stunning loose waves which fell gently down her back
It comes amid a busy day for the royal, who earlier appeared typically stylish as she attended an event for World Mental Health Day.
The Spanish royal showed off her elegant sense of style in a navy polka dot dress when stepping out at at the Impact Hub Piamonte in Madrid.
Looking relaxed and radiant, Letizia donned red heels with her statement garment, which featured a cut out detail and long sleeves.
It comes after Letizia stunned in a scarlet dress as she and her husband attended the Cervantes Institute’s annual Board of Trustees meeting at the Royal Palace in Arajanjuez yesterday.
She and King Felipe VI grinned as they shook hands with guests at one of their official residences.
The queen cut a sophisticated figure in the deep red number, which featured a V-neck and ruffled detailing at the skirt.
The Cervantes Institute is a non-profit organisation created by the Spanish government in 1991.
Queen Letizia posed alongside Spanish Science Minister Diana Morant, and the Royal Academy of Engineering director, Antonio Colino before the inauguration of the elected academics Elena Garcia Armada and Ana Conesa Cegarra
Queen Letizia wore striking black patent high heels for the occasion in Madrid this evening (pictured)
According to its website, the institute was created ‘to universally promote the teaching, study and use of Spanish and contribute to the spread of Hispanic cultures abroad’.
Numerous representatives of cultural institutions were present at the prestige event, Infobae reported.
The publication also said that the king awarded the ‘Ñ Prize’ to Italian philologist and Hispanist Gabriele Morelli, for his work in spreading Spanish literature.
The award, created last year, aims to celebrate work in Spanish language and culture by those who don’t have it as their native tongue.
Her brunette locks fell loose in bouncy curls which she pulled back off her face by tucking it behind her ears
Beaming widely before the event she oozed confidence as she posed up a storm for photographers