Terrific in tweed! Queen Letizia of Spain looks chic in a cropped jacket and leather culottes she attends the National Museum of Natural Sciences to meet women in STEM in Madrid
- Queen Letizia, 49, attended a meeting for women scientists and entrepreneurs
- For the occasion she donned a tweed jacket and leather culottes from Uterqüe
- Paired it with a red turtleneck jumper, black heels and and matching red clutch
Famed for her chic recycled ensembles, Queen Letizia today stepped out in leather culottes she has shown off before.
The Spanish Queen, 49, chose a red cropped tweed jacket from to attend Madrid’s ‘Breaking glass ceilings: The scientific woman, from the laboratory to entrepreneurship’, by Women and Science group of the Spanish Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM).
Not one to shy away from bold colours, the royal paired it with a bright red turtleneck jumper and a similarly eye-catching red leather clutch bag.
Her culottes, from Uterqüe, are a personal favourite having been worn by the monarch to public events a few times before.
Queen Letizia met with an official before starting the meeting for ‘Breaking glass ceilings: The scientific woman, from the laboratory to entrepreneurship’
The fashion-foward Queen chose a pair of leather culottes from Uterqüe that she had worn to events before
Women in STEM! Letizia attended the event to chair the meeting that aimed to boost visibility of woman in science careers
The mother-of-two perfectly complimented the ensemble with some understated black court heels and wore a simple silver ring on her index finger that paired with her unique silver stud earrings.
She was wearing a face covering in line with Spanish coronavirus guidelines but Letizia still donned her usually glamourous makeup underneath.
The Queen opted for brown eyeliner to make her deep eyes pop.
To round off the outfit, Letizia wore her hair in sleek, loose waves that gently landed on her shoulders.
The mother-0f-two wore a face covering in line with Spanish coronavirus guidelines but Letizia still donned her usually glamourous makeup underneath
Letizia’s bright red clutch went perfectly with the red tones from her tweed patterned blazer with silver buttons
Queen Letizia of Spain arrives at a meeting with Women scientists and entrepreneurs at Natural Science Museum
At the event, Letizia was leading the meeting between scientists and entrepreneurs that was organised ahead of International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11.
The organisation, which involves the National Museum of Natural Sciences, the Spanish Association of Biocompanies, and the Spanish Association for Cancer Research, aims to give women in science, technology and business a boost in society in order to highlight their personal successes and involvement in wider projects.
It also aims to create an easier support system for young women hoping to embark into scientific careers.
Today’s event was the first of the week for Letizia after a busy few days last week.
The royal paired her effortlessly chic look with classic black court heels that accentuated her legs
Styling her outfit with understated jewellery, the Queen opted for a silver cut-out ring and unique stud earrings
The royal was in Austria over the weekend for a state visit with Felipe Vi, and returned to Madrid on last monday.
On Wednesday, she attended a meeting at UNICEF Spain’s headquarters in Madrid.
Armed with a folder overflowing with documents, the mother-of-two, who is the honourary president of the Spanish branch of UNICEF, looked ready for business.
Letizia was welcomed by President of the patronage of UNICEF Spain, Gustavo Suarez Pertierra ahead of their meeting.
The mother-of-two, who is the honourary president of the organisation’s Spanish branch, looked eager to get started on their work.
The meeting aimed to look back at what UNICEF Spain achieved in 2021 as well as addressing the challenges disadvantaged children will face this year.