Queen Letizia, married to King Felipe VI, is known for her love of high-street fashion which she often sports on visits. The mother-of-two looked smart as she marked the start of the school term in Navarra as she headed to a school in a recycled outfit from 2018. Putting safety first like always, Letizia wore a disposable white face mask.
The Spanish Queen headed to the headed to the Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio College in Milagro, Navarra to mark the first day of the Spanish academic year.
Her own daughters, Leonor, 14, and Sofia, 13, were sent back from school just two days after going back after a classmate in Princess Leonor’s class tested positive for coronavirus.
Wearing a pair of culottes with a pleat down the centre, Letizia looked stylish in her outfit.
The black fitted culottes were said to be from Uterque, which is retailer Zara’s sister brand.
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The number retailed for £25 but as it is an old season piece, it is now sold out.
However the budget-friendly retailer has also stocked similar designs for the same price this year.
For the engagement, the Spanish Queen accessorised the look with black wedge heels which she tied around her ankles in a bow.
Identical black wedge shoes are selling on the Net-a-Porter for £105, a more expensive option for the monarch.
On her visit, Letizia toured the school with staff, all who were wearing face masks.
Showcasing her thrifty side and love for the high-street, Letizia is not afraid to rewear affordable outfits.
In a recent visit to Madrid for a meeting with the Spanish Association Against Cancer for which she is the Honorary President of, the monarch was looking stylish in a recycled Massimo Dutti dress.
The dress has been out of stock since Letizia first sported it last year and retails for £100.
The smart navy midi shirtdress features long sleeves with buttons up the middle and a loosely fitted pleated skirt with light peach flowers covering the entirety of the outfit.