Queen Letizia appeared effortlessly regal while joining husband King Felipe VI for a lavish reception in Stockholm on Thursday.
The couple were received by Swedish royals King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia for the occasion hosted in their honour as they mark the end of their two-day state visit to the country.
Letizia (mother-of-two), 49, wore a chic teal wrap dress by Spanish brand Cherubina and black court shoes. Felipe (53) tried to be polished with the sophisticated Swedish royals.
Queen Letizia, 49, and husband King Felipe, 53, attended a reception in their honour in Stockholm on Thursday, joined by Sweden’s King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia (pictured)
Letizia, mother-of-two (pictured), looked elegant in a wrap dress with black heels and court shoes. She accessorized with earrings.
Prince Daniel, Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Letizia. King Carl Gustaf. Queen Silvia. Prince Carl Philip. Princess Sofia at the reception
Letizia wore her shiny brunette hair in a trendy bun and a center part to show off the de Grisogono jewelled earrings.
Lidia Faro’s clutch bag completes her look. She also chose glamorous makeup, including pink lipstick and bronze eyeshade.
As both King Felipe Gustaf (and King Felipe) looked smart in matching black suits, King Carl Gustaf also appeared to be coordinated.
Queen Silvia took to the streets in a gray outfit, with lace detailing and her brown hair styled into big waves.
The striking pink lipstick was worn by the 77 year-old and complemented with pearls.
The reception was attended by four Royals who were all in great spirits and took photographs.
Letizia and Queen Silvia are pictured at right. They wore grey with lace details, and she topped it off with pearls
Letizia (pictured right) chose a pink lipstick, bronze eyeshadow and a bob to complement her glamour look.
Following a hectic day of Spanish royalty, King Felipe held a meeting to businessmen before attending the inauguration of the Sweden-Spain Entrepreneur Seminar.
He spoke, saying: ‘Innovation allows us to maximise our technological and industrial potential, improving business competitiveness and making companies stronger, more flexible and resilient, and creating better jobs.
“This message is especially important here. It’s not surprising that for eleven years, the EU Commission named Sweden as the most innovative country in Europe.
“You’re a shining example to other European nations. According to the Commission’s Report on the Digital Economy and Society Index 2021, Spain ranks well above the European standard. The EU’s third-best connectivity country is us.
Queen Letizia, meanwhile, accompanied Queen Silvia to the Bernadotte Library at the Royal Palace in Stockholm to participate In a seminar about language, literature, and translation with the cooperation of the Cervantes Institute & the Swedish Institute
Felipe and Letizia were on a two-day visit to strengthen Spain’s relations with Sweden. Many Spaniards have moved to Sweden. Pictured: Queen Letizia, Sweden’s King Carl Gustaf, Spain’s King Felipe and Sweden’s Queen Silvia
Queen Letizia (pictured), and King Felipe attended several engagements in order to strengthen Spain’s relations with Sweden over the last two days
This seminar demonstrated the value of literary translations in the promotion and preservation of literature, as well as long-term cultural exchange between Sweden and Spain.
King Felipe then accompanied by King Carl Gustaf visited the Royal Institute of Technology KTH, before rejoining Letizia for a traditional lunch in the Golden Hall of the City Hall.
After a busy visit to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, the royal met with members of the Association of Spanish Scientists and was then ready for tonight’s reception.
Queen Letizia (Queen Felipe) and King Felipe attended various engagements designed to increase Spain’s relationship with Sweden in the two preceding days.
In Sweden, there has been a steady growth in Spanish immigration over the last decade. This includes 37.12 percent in just five years.