Queen Letizia looks sultry as she rewears £5K outfit for Culture Awards with King Felipe
Queen Letizia, 46, chose her favourite shade – red – for the awards at the El Prado museum. The stunning royal wore a lurex and silk midi-length dress from Intropia. It cost £263 when she bought it last winter, but it is no longer available for sale. Letizia paired this with burgundy red shoes by LODI. Shoes from the brand cost around the £100-150 mark.
Mum-of-two Letizia added the finishing touch to the look with a pair of black diamond string earrings from TOUS.
These were the priciest part of her look, costing £4,500.
She has had these since May 2016, and often wears them.
Letizia complemented her dress choice with a red-brown eyeshadow and brown lipstick.
A sweep of bronzer completed her makeup, and her glossy brown hair was worn in a fresh blowdry over her shoulders.
Most recently, Letizia was pictured with Prince Charles as she flew to London for the opening of Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light at the National Gallery in London.
Charles and the Spanish royal appeared to get on well at the event.
Letizia looked incredibly beautiful in a multi-coloured floral dress.
The dress had hues of navy, emerald and red and fell mid-calf.
It had three-quarter length sleeves, and the full skirt was exaggerated by a nipped in waist.
The most striking part of her outfit, however, was a pair of earrings by BVLGARI.
The showstopping earrings had enormous blue stones.
While the Queen’s pair were not available on the brand’s site, it appeared that they were from the “MVSA” collection.
These are worth £13,400, but a bespoke pair for a royal could be worth much, much more.
The last time Letizia wore these spectacular gems was in September 2018, at the Royal Theatre in Madrid.
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