Queen Letizia is already serving holiday fashion inspiration. The Spanish royal looked festive on Tuesday donning a red and white ensemble for a working meeting at the Royal Board on Disability’s headquarters in Madrid. King Felipe’s wife got a jumpstart on holiday dressing wearing a red wool sweater from BOSS, which she teamed with a sophisticated black and white houndstooth pencil skirt from the same fashion house.
Princess Leonor’s mom kept warm with a winter white Felipe Varela coat draped over her shoulders. The mom of two completed her effortlessly chic look with a pair of burgundy Lodi pumps, a red Reliquiae clutch, black belt at the waist and disposable face mask.
Letizia, who is honorary president of the Royal Board on Disability, attended the meeting on Nov. 10 to hear about the status of the agency’s ongoing projects and future plans. The Royal Board on Disability is an autonomous body attached to the Ministry of Social Rights and Agenda 2030, whose purpose is the promotion and improvement of the rights of people with disabilities, as well as their personal development, social inclusion and prevention of disabilities through the planning of disability policies, strategies, plans and programs.
The Spanish Queen has been on a style streak as of late. Last week, Letizia chaired a working meeting of the Foundation for Help against Drug Addiction, which she is honorary president of. The 48-year-old royal beat the rain in style wearing a black Burberry coat, black cashmere sweater from BOSS, grey houndstooth trousers and lace-up Uterqüe ankle boots to the foundation’s headquarters in Madrid.