Queen Letizia of Spain steps out in a fawn ensemble in Madrid

She’s known for her effortless style and impeccable taste.

And today was no exception as Queen Letizia of Spain showed off her sartorial prowess while performing royal duties in Madrid.

Letizia, 46, joined the Spanish Minister of Economy and Business Nadia Calvino during a visit to the School of Engraving and Graphic Design of the Royal Mint.

The wife of King Felipe opted for neutral tones, matching a tan leather skirt with a beige coat, and complementing her colour scheme with brown leather court shoes with a chunky heel. 

Queen Letizia of Spain, 46,  showed off her sartorial prowess while performing royal duties in Madrid, as she was joined by the Spanish Minister of Economy and Business Nadia Calvino (left)

Queen Letizia of Spain, 46,  showed off her sartorial prowess while performing royal duties in Madrid, as she was joined by the Spanish Minister of Economy and Business Nadia Calvino (left)

Queen Letizia of Spain, 46,  showed off her sartorial prowess while performing royal duties in Madrid, as she was joined by the Spanish Minister of Economy and Business Nadia Calvino (left)

Keeping warm for the cloudy spring day, Letizia wore a bold blue, orange, and white patterned top under her woolen coat.  

Wearing her dark resses loose, the royal styled her hair elegantly with a flick under her chin.

Adding to the look was a pair of simple cuff earrings, in an otherwise jewellery-free ensemble. 

Wearing her dark tresses looses, the royal styled her hair elegantly with a flick under her chin

Wearing her dark tresses looses, the royal styled her hair elegantly with a flick under her chin

Wearing her dark tresses looses, the royal styled her hair elegantly with a flick under her chin

Keeping warm for the cloudy spring day, Letizia wore a bold blue, orange, and white patterned top under her woolen coat

Keeping warm for the cloudy spring day, Letizia wore a bold blue, orange, and white patterned top under her woolen coat

Keeping warm for the cloudy spring day, Letizia wore a bold blue, orange, and white patterned top under her woolen coat

Letizia kept her make-up look simple, pairing a clear lip gloss with a smokey-eyed look and lashes of bronzer.

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, and presented the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto.

Her appearance comes less than a week after she was seen at the funeral of  former Spanish minister José Pedro Pérez-Llorca. 

Pérez-Llorca, a Spanish lawyer and one of the seven authors of the 1978 Spanish Constitution, passed away at the age of 78 on March 6 after battling lung disease.

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

The Queen and minister admired the work at the Spanish Mint's Drawing and Graphic Design College today

The Queen and minister admired the work at the Spanish Mint's Drawing and Graphic Design College today

The Queen and minister admired the work at the Spanish Mint’s Drawing and Graphic Design College today

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

The royal later inspected artwork from the school, ahead of rewarding the Tomas Francisco Prieto Award for artists to painter Jose Manuel Broto

He served as the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs between 1980 to 1982. 

In keeping with her busy schedule,  the mother-of-two had earlier in the day attended the launch of a new project called (In) Formate at Google’s Madrid campus, with the Spanish secretary of health, consumption and social welfare, María Luisa Carcedo.

The Queen met with several teenagers, who were also in attendance after the presentation and then went on to visit the campus, which was inaugurated by her husband in 2015. 

The Queen's appearance today (pictured) comes less than a week after she was last seen at the funeral of former Spanish minister José Pedro Pérez-Llorca

The Queen's appearance today (pictured) comes less than a week after she was last seen at the funeral of former Spanish minister José Pedro Pérez-Llorca

The royal had a successful career as a journalist before marrying into the monarchy in 2004

The royal had a successful career as a journalist before marrying into the monarchy in 2004

The Queen’s appearance today (pictured) comes less than a week after she was last seen at the funeral of former Spanish minister José Pedro Pérez-Llorca

The 46-year-old is mother to 13-year-old Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofía of Spain, 11

The 46-year-old is mother to 13-year-old Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofía of Spain, 11

The 46-year-old is mother to 13-year-old Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofía of Spain, 11

 

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