Fabulous in florals! Thrifty Queen Letizia of Spain wears printed skirt for the second time in a MONTH as she attends a charity meeting in Madrid
- Queen Letizia met with the members of the Mujeres por Africa foundation
- She reworked an Adolfo Dominguez skirt she was seen wearing just a month ago
- The Spanish royals will take their annual break in Mallorca at the end of July
As a member of the royal family Queen Letizia is not limited when it comes to style choices, however, it seems even the monarch has their old favourites.
The Queen of Spain stepped out in an elegant floral print skirt from Adolfo Dominguez that she had worn just a month earlier as she attended a charity meeting in the Spanish capital on Tuesday.
She was last seen wearing the designer skirt at the start of June during an official lunch with Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko and his wife, Maryna Poroshenko.
The 45-year-old royal reworked the printed pleated skirt today with a loose fitting cream blouse having paired it with an indigo jumper for its first wear.
Queen Letizia of Spain reworked a floral printed skirt as she met with the members of the Mujeres por Africa foundation in Madrid
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Queen Letizia knows how to style a chic look.
Just check out the outfit she wore for the second time this month in Madrid.
The Spanish royal opted for a blue theme, which she kept summer-appropriate with a floral-print midi skirt from Adolfo Dominguez.
The Spanish label has designed a real winner here. The structured skirt means this can be worn on formal occasions, while that utility-style belt adds a modern twist.
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Complete the look with a plain tee and matching courts.
She was last seen wearing the pleated Petro Poroshenko just a month ago when having lunch with Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko and his wife, Maryna Poroshenko
She updated the look further with a pair of dove grey court shoes and a cream clutch as she joined members of the Mujeres por Africa foundation in Madrid.
The Foundation is a private, non-profit entity created in February 2012 by María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, the former vice president of the Government of Spain.
Its aim is to promote equal rights and opportunities for women, contributing to the progress of Africa.
Letizia's outing today comes as it was announced that her two daughters, Princesses Leonor and Sofia, will be spending a month in America this summer.
Princess Leonor, 12, and Infanta Sofia, 11, will travel to the US alone where they will spend four weeks at a summer camp it has been revealed.
She updated the look today by pairing the skirt with paler accessories in the form of a dove grey court shoe and cream clutch
The foundation's aim is to promote equal rights and opportunities for women, contributing to the progress of Africa
Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI announced the news on Tuesday in a statement where they said their children would spend the entirety of July at the camp alongside children from other countries and cultures.
The couple said that the object of the trip is for their daughters to acquire 'new knowledge and experiences' away from their home comforts.
Upon their return the family will make their annual pilgrimage to their summer home of the Marvient Palace in Mallorca where they holiday each summer.
Letizia will take a break away from official engagements as she prepares to take her annual break at the Marvient Palace in Mallorca
The royal family traditionally spend their lengthy holiday at the palace, their official summer residence, on the Balearic island.
The sumptuous grounds, home to Felipe's Son Vent villa, are famed for their beautiful gardens and boast stunning sea views.
Although the Spanish royal's summer holiday usually includes a number of official engagements, most of the time spent on the island is private.
In previous years, the Spanish royals have entertained VIP guests from around the world on the island, including the Prince of Wales and Princess Diana.