Queen Letizia steps out in Madrid in a stylish monochrome outfit

The Queen of Spain looked fabulous in the black and white ensemble

Hanna Fillingham

Queen Letizia ensured all eyes were on her when she stepped out in Madrid on Tuesday in a suitably-stylish monochromatic look. The Queen of Spain turned heads in a crisp white top teamed with tailored black trousers and leg-lengthening heels. To accessorise, she kept it simple with a pair of miniature drop earrings.

Beauty-wise, Letizia wore her long, glossy brown hair down in loose curls that cascaded past her shoulders. In terms of make-up, the 45-year-old rocked a bold smoky eye, enhancing her large eyes with black liner and lashings of mascara. A sweep of bronzer, pink lipgloss and perfectly groomed brow completed her awe-inspiring look.


Queen Letizia worked a fabulous monochrome outfit as she stepped out in Madrid 

Over the weekend, Letizia worked another fabulous look when she stepped out to attend the annual 'Discapnet' Awards 2017. The Spanish Queen turned heads in a vibrant nautical-inspired striped silk shirt by American designer Hugo Boss. The Binesa Stripe Shirt retails at £122, but has already sold out online. The long-sleeved number was teamed with a pair of orange cigarette trousers and a pair of leg-lengthening red stilettos.


Letizia's Hugo Boss shirt has already sold out online 

The down-to-earth royal is also no stranger to recycling garments from her wardrobe. Just like the Duchess of Cambridge, Letizia has been spotted out and about in key pieces from her wardrobes on more than one occasion.

Back in April, she wore a classic Carolina Herrera gown while visiting Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, accessorising the demure red and white floral pencil dress with a large red clutch bag and silver leaf Chanel earrings, along with a gorgeous pair of scarlet red heels by Marsala de Lodi.


Letizia has been spotted in her Carolina Herrera gown on several occasions

The design had previously been worn back in September during a trip to New York, in October for the Principe de Asturias Awards and once more in March during her official visit to Portugal.

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