Scarlet siren! Queen Letizia of Spain dazzles in yet another leather outfit as she attends an exhibition in Madrid
Queen Letizia of Spain looked chic in a read leather jacket as she visited the Sorolla Through Light exhibition in Madrid today.
The royal, 50, looked typically stylish in a black midi dress, pinched in at the waist with a red buckle belt as she attended the exhibition’s inauguration at the Royal Palace.
She held a burgundy leather bag and opted for burgundy heeled pumps, as she joined her husband King Felipe VI for the event, which is dedicated to the Spanish painter Joaquin Sorolla.
Meanwhile, the mother-of-two, opted for bronze make up base, with smokey eye and light red lip.
Queen Letizia of Spain looked typically chic in a red leather jacket in Madrid as she attended the opened of the Sorolla Through Light exhibition
King Felipe contrasted his wife’s dark subtle tones by wearing a light grey suit and pale blue shirt with a snazzy red tie with a floral pattern.
Letizia kept her silky brown locks loosely curled in a side parting and tucked behind one ear to show off her simple silver hoop earrings.
Photos showed the Spanish King and Queen standing alongside some of Sorolla’s finest artworks, which will be hosted ad the Royal Palace from February 17th 23rd.
The immersive exhibition will combine the artist’s creation with digital recreations and sensory experiences through light, colour and movement.
The stylish Spanish Queen dazzled once again in a red ensemble as she attended the Sorolla Through Light exhibition in Madrid
Letizia was joined by her husband King Felipe VI of Spain, who donned a light grey suit and snazzy red floral patterned tie for the event
For the first day of the exhibition the royals were joined by the Spanish Minister for Culture, Miquel Iceta (second from right), the exhibition’s curator Consuelo Luca de Tena, former director of the Sorolla Museum (second from left) and Blanca Pons-Sorolla great granddaughter of the painter and an expert in his work (far left)
For the first day of the exhibition the royals were joined by the Spanish Minister for Culture, Miquel Iceta, the exhibition’s curator Consuelo Luca de Tena, former director of the Sorolla Museum and Blanca Pons-Sorolla great granddaughter of the painter and an expert in his work.
Burgundy and red appear to be the Spanish Queen’s colour palette this week, as yesterday she was snapped in a pair of trendy cropped leather trousers in the shade.
Letizia added a pair of matching trendy leather trousers which reached the top of her ankles, leaving her enough room to showcase her burgundy stilettos.
Letizia opted for bronze make up base, with smokey eye and light red lip. She wore a black midi dress pinched in at the waist with a burgundy buckle belt
The Spanish royal joined representatives for a conference focusing on gender-based violence.
Photos show the Spanish Queen standing in the middle of a group representatives and posing at Zarzuela Palace.
At one point Letizia placed her hands on the backs of two male attendees as the group of high profile figures got ready for another round of photographs.
The news comes after Letizia looked effortlessly chic as she blew a kiss to fans after attending the National Innovation and Design Awards in Aviles on Monday.
Letizia kept her silky brown locks loosely curled in a side parting and tucked behind one ear to show off her simple silver hoop earrings