Queen Letizia is fast-becoming a fashion icon - and we're officially obsessed with her summer style. Continuing with the Spanish royal tour, on Thursday the mum-of-two appeared in head-to-toe high street as she strolled around the old town in Cuenca, alongside her husband King Felipe. Wearing a zebra-print jumpsuit from one of her go-to brands, Mango, the stunning royal certainly turned heads in her latest outfit, which she accessorised with cream espadrille wedges and a black crossbody bag. Styling her brunette hair in a low ponytail and opting for natural makeup, Letizia looked as radiant as ever as she headed to the ASPADEC Association headquarters.
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Queen Letizia appeared alongside King Felipe on their royal tour
Retailing at just £49.99, Letizia's striking jumpsuit is perfect for heatwave weather. Made from a lightweight floaty fabric, it features a classic shirt collar, ribbon waist-tie, and short sleeves. A summer staple suited to all occasions, dress it up by adding a pair of stylish stilettos, statement earrings, and a vibrant clutch bag into the mix. Looking for something more casual? Coordinate with a black crossbody bag and box-fresh trainers.
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Bow detail jumpsuit, £49.99, Mango
Since embarking on their royal tour, Queen Letizia has stepped out in some truly chic outfits - and we can't wait to see what else she has in store. On Monday she was pictured in Seville wearing a beautiful blue summer dress from one of her favourite brands, Adolfo Dominguez. At first she appeared to be sporting a trendy tie-dye frock, but the floaty midi actually features a quirky chalk print. Last week she was also spotted wearing a gorgeous green number from another of her favourite brands, Maje while arriving in Parma.
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Queen Letizia and King Felipe are currently taking part in a royal tour that will take them through several Spanish autonomous communities, with the objective of supporting economic, social and cultural activity after the Coronavirus outbreak.
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