Letizia of Spain embodies spring glamor in a white dress with red heels

Queen of the podium! Spain’s Letizia embodies spring glamor in a white dress with red heels as she attends Madrid Fashion Week

  • Queen Letizia of Spain nailed the spring glamor today as she attended Madrid Fashion Week in a flowing crisp white dress with towering red shoes
  • The mother-of-two, 49, looked stylish in a flowing number cinched at the waist
  • She was without her husband, King Felipe VI, 54, who returned to duty two weeks ago after testing positive for Covid-19 early last month

Queen Letizia of Spain nailed spring glamor today as she attended Madrid Fashion Week in a clean white ensemble with towering red shoes.

The 49-year-old mother-of-two looked stylish in a flowing number that was cinched in at the waist and wrapped around her legs with a double slit in the front.

She added a flowing arm with a scoop neckline to the top of the dress and wore her brunette hair loose and flowing as she caught the eye at the fashion event.

Queen Letizia of Spain nailed spring glamor today as she attended Madrid Fashion Week in a clean white ensemble with towering red shoes

The mother-of-two, 49, looked stylish in a flowing number that was cinched at the waist and wrapped around her legs with a double front slit

She added a flowing arm with a scoop neckline to the top of the dress and wore her brunette hair loose and flowing as she caught the eye at the fashion event.

The mother-of-two, 49, looked stylish in a flowing number that was cinched at the waist and wrapped around her legs with a double front slit

The monarch added a red crocodile-style show and matching handbag and finished the look with her wedding ring.

Keeping the jewelry to a minimum, the style star let her statement dress steal the show, adding just a tiny gold hoop to complete the look.

A supporter of the fashion industry, Letizia was seen peering through shelves and chatting with designers who showcased their collections.

She was without her husband, King Felipe VI, 54, who returned to duty two weeks ago after testing positive for Covid-19 early last month.

The monarch added a red crocodile-style show and matching handbag and finished the look with her wedding band

The monarch added a red crocodile-style show and matching handbag and finished the look with her wedding band

A fashion industry supporter, Letizia was seen peering through shelves and chatting with designers who showcased their collections

A fashion industry supporter, Letizia was seen peering through shelves and chatting with designers who showcased their collections

Spanish Queen Letizia arrives at the 75 edition of Pasarela Cibeles Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid 2022 in Madrid

Spanish Queen Letizia arrives at the 75 edition of Pasarela Cibeles Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid 2022 in Madrid

Letizia met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple had an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.

Letizia met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple had an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.

The royal often uses her clothes to make a statement, last week she sent a message of support to the people of Ukraine as she sported one of the country‘s traditional blouses to preside over an event for the Mutua Madrileña Foundation in Madrid.

Her folk blouse, known as “vyshyvanka”, is a Ukrainian national embroidered shirt.

Letizia met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple had an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.

The former news anchor is the granddaughter of a taxi driver and the eldest daughter of Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez, a journalist, and his first wife María de la Paloma Rocasolano Rodríguez, a nurse and hospital union representative.

She attended public secondary school and graduated from Complutense University in Madrid. She then obtained a master’s degree in broadcast journalism at the Institute for Studies in Broadcast Journalism.

Letizia stays safe with a face mask as she chats with designers.  The royal often uses her clothes to make a statement

Letizia stays safe with a face mask as she chats with designers. The royal often uses her clothes to make a statement

Spanish Queen Letizia arrives at the 75 edition of Pasarela Cibeles Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Madrid

Spanish Queen Letizia arrives at the 75 edition of Pasarela Cibeles Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Madrid

King Juan Carlos abdicated in 2014 in favor of his son, who became King Felipe VI.

Earlier this week, the style star was joined by her husband, King Felipe, at the inauguration of the Talent Tour and the proclamation of the Arts and Literature Prize of the Princess of Girona Foundation at the La Térmica Cultural Center and at the Edgar Neville Auditorium in Malaga.

For the outing, she paired her midi dress with a small white clutch and sophisticated navy stilettos, opting for simple gold hoop earrings.

The monarch opted for understated makeup with peach tones and shimmering bronze eyeshadow.

Meanwhile, Felipe wore a contrasting light gray suit with a bright pink tie and burgundy loafers with tassel detailing.

The annual Tour of Talent kicked off on March 3, in Malaga, to promote a movement for the future of young people in Spain and generate a community of opportunities that connect, activate and enhance their talent.

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