Queen Letizia of Spain stunned in a recycled lilac outfit as she attended a socially distanced award ceremony in Valencia today.
The Spanish royal, 48, picked the stylish Carolina Herrera outfit to present the Jaume I 2020 awards at Lonja de los Mercaderes in the Eastern Spanish city.
Queen Letizia arrived at the socially distanced event without husband King Felipe VI, 52, who is the honourary president of the Rei Jaume I Awards.
The royal is currently isolating after it was announced he had been in contact with someone who had contracted the coronavirus.
Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, donned a stunning lilac outfit by Carolina Herrera as she attended an awards ceremony in Valencia today
The Spanish monarch was wearing a face covering during the event, in keeping with Spanish guidelines regarding the coronavirus
Queen Letizia, who is known for her love of rewearing her favourite pieces, looked beautiful in the Carolina Herrara garment,
She has worn the outfit by the Venezuelan designer several times since debuting it during her visit to Portugal with Felipe in 2016.
While the mother-of-two paired the two piece with a set of sky high silver stilettos, bring a touch of extra glamour for the special event.
She more her chestnut locks down, styled in an impeccable blow-dry, with honey highlights shining in the Valencian sun.
The royal wore her hair in a bouncy blow dry for the occasion, and opted to wear minimal makeup, with just a sweeping smokey eye across her lid
Stylish Letizia wore her chestnut locks down in an impeccable blow-dry today, and sported little makeup
Underneath her face mask, she was sporting little make up, with just a dash of blush and mascara to highlight her natural features, and a sweeping smokey eye.
The Spanish queen is no stranger to the award ceremony, though in the past she has been joined at the event by King Felipe.
The Valencian Government and the Valencian Foundation for Advanced Studies created the awards in 1989.
The purpose of the annual awards is to bring together scientific and business entities for research and study to promote the studies and research developments in Spain..
Ouch! The president of the Valencian Businessmen Association Vicente Boluda slipped and fell during a photocall with the Queen
Letizia attended the ceremony solo, and kept her composure when the fall happened, with other participants rushing to Boluda’s help
While the royal appeared alarmed after Boluda’s fall, he thankfully seemed fine and the ceremony proceeded as planned
The King Jaime I Awards was created when King Juan Carlos was on the throne
There are six winners in total, each of which will be receive the sum of 100,000 euros (£89,786) and a gold medal.
After walking the red carpet, Letizia managed to keep her composure when the president of the Valencian Businessmen Association Vicente Boluda slipped and fell during a photocall.
King Felipe is still isolating for another three days following the news he had been in contact with someone diagnosed with Covid last week.
Queen Letizia attended the event today without her husband King Felipe, who is currently isolating after coming into contract with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19
The Iberian monarch has had to cancel all his official duties since last Monday in accordance with the Spanish guidelines on the coronavirus.
It comes after Crown Princess Leonor, 15, self-isolated for two weeks in September after a Covid-19 infection was detected among her classmates. She later tested negative.
Letizia was also forced to self-isolate earlier this year following a meeting with Spain’s Equality Minister Irene Montero before she tested positive.
The mother-of-two looked stylish in the grey and lilac number with matching coat and silver stilettos for the award ceremony in Valencia