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She means business! Queen Letizia of Spain nails smart casual in a black trouser suit

She means business! Queen Letizia of Spain nails smart casual in a black trouser suit and cosy grey coat as she attends a meeting about the use of Spanish in the media in Madrid

  • Queen Letizia of Spain nailed smart casual during a work meeting this morning
  • The royal mother-of-two, 48, donned a black trouser suit and cosy grey coat
  • Letizia attended a meeting to discuss the unity of her nation’s language

Queen Letizia of Spain proved she meant business as she arrived at a work meeting in a black trouser suit today.

The royal mother-of-two, 48, teamed her elegant look with a cosy grey coat and shimmering bronze high heels when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid. 

Former journalist Letizia attended a discussion hosted by the FundeuRAE (Urgent Spanish Foundation), which was founded in February 2005 to promote the proper use of Spanish in the media.

Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) proved she meant business as she arrived at a work meeting in a black trouser suit today

Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) proved she meant business as she arrived at a work meeting in a black trouser suit today

Looking typically stylish, Letizia wore her hazelnut locks in a neat ponytail and sported just a dash of makeup to bring out her eyes. 

She sported a face covering in keeping with Spanish safety guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus. 

Preferring understated jewellery to statement pieces, she opted for a discreet pair of studded earrings to complete her ensemble.

The royal mother-of-two (pictured), 48, teamed her elegant look with a cosy grey coat and shimmering bronze high heels when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid

Queen Letizia of Spain arrives to a meeting with 'FundeuRAE' Foundation at RAE (Royal Academy of the Language)

The royal mother-of-two (pictured), 48, teamed her elegant look with a cosy grey coat and shimmering bronze high heels when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid

Letizia waved to crowds of fans which had appeared outside the event, which was held at The Royal Spanish Academy, also known as the RAE.

Founded in 1713, it has since contributed to the expansion and conservation of the unity of the Spanish language.

The organisation dedicates itself to language planning and promoting linguistic unity within and between various territories that might use the Spanish language.

Earlier this week, Letizia stunned in a recycled lilac outfit as she attended a socially distanced award ceremony in Valencia. 

Letizia (pictured) waved to crowds of fans which had appeared outside the event, which was held at The Royal Spanish Academy, also known as the RAE

Letizia (pictured) waved to crowds of fans which had appeared outside the event, which was held at The Royal Spanish Academy, also known as the RAE

Looking typically stylish, Letizia (pictured) wore her hazelnut locks in a neat ponytail and sported just a dash of makeup to bring out her eyes

Looking typically stylish, Letizia (pictured) wore her hazelnut locks in a neat ponytail and sported just a dash of makeup to bring out her eyes

The Spanish royal picked the stylish Carolina Herrera ensemble to present the Jaume I 2020 awards at Lonja de los Mercaderes in the Eastern Spanish city. 

She 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 was isolating after it was announced last week that he had been in contact with someone who had contracted coronavirus.

The monarch has had to cancel all his official duties since the previous Monday in accordance with the Spanish guidelines on the coronavirus. 

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