Queen Letizia attended official events to mark National Day in Spain, with the Spanish royal choosing a romantic blush pink dress for the occasion.
The royal, 47, was enjoying a military parade in Madrid today alongside her husband King Felipe and their two daughters princesses Leonor and Sofia.
She wore an elegant pink lace collar dress by Felipe Varela with sheer sleeves and delicate embroidery while her husband looked smart in a military suit.
She teamed the chic number with a pair of Steve Madden blush pink court shoes, a hot pink clutch from Magrit and statement pink earrings.
Queen Letizia was enjoying the military parade in Madrid alongside her husband King Felipe of Spain, princess Leonor (left) and princess Sofia (right)
Queen Letizia attended official events to mark National Day in Spain, with the Spanish royal chose a romantic blush pink dress for the occasion
She wore an elegant pink lace collar dress by Felipe Varela with sheer sleeves
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Spotted celebrating Spain’s National Day with her family, the royal looked wonderful in her pastel pink gown from one of her favourite labels, Felipe Varela.
Letizia’s gown was custom made and featured a romantic peter pan collar and butterfly embroidery. This is a gorgeous pick for anyone wanting to embrace a feminine style.
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She kept her hair in a chic up-do and accentuated her natural beauty with subtle makeup for the day out.
The dress from the Spanish designer had a statement collar and was nipped in at the waist highlighting her slim frame.
National Day, which the Spanish royals were out celebrating, commemorates when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492.
Queen Letizia smiled as she greeted people in Madrid today as part of her country’s celebrations
Queen Letizia greeted guests including Spanish TV presenter Susanna Griso, right, at the Royal Palace reception at the during the National Day
She kept her hair in a chic up-do and accentuated her natural beauty with subtle makeup for the day out
The dress from the Spanish designer had a statement collar and was nipped in at the waist highlighting her slim frame
King Felipe presided over the military parade, which was also attended by acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez
A parachutist got into difficulty during the parade on Saturday after misjudging his landing, smashing into a lamp post and remaining suspended as crowds looked on.
Corporal Luis Fernando Pozo was left clinging onto the post for several minutes before being rescued by an army vehicle during the televised event.
King Felipe presided over the military parade, which was also attended by acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.
Queen Letizia of Spain attends a reception at the Royal Palace with King Felipe (left) who wore a smart suit for the occasion
King Felipe VI looked dapper in a pinstriped suit and crisp white shirt while Queen Letizia was elegant in her pretty pink ensemble
King Felipe presided over the military parade in Madrid and he greeted guests alongside his wife on the day
She teamed the chic number with a pair of Steve Madden blush pink court shoes, a hot pink clutch from Magrit and statement pink earrings
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia welcome Spanish soprano Ainhoa Arteta for an official reception
King Felipe salutes soldiers as he stands next to his wife Queen Letizia of Spain during the celebrations
Spanish Queen Letizia with Princess Sofia and Princess Leonor who smiled and waved to crowds at the event
The Royal Family met parachutist Luis Fernando Pozo at the end of the military parade in Madrid Spain
The family appeared close as they made their way around the venue as the sun shone down over Madrid