Queen Letizia of Spain was as radiant as ever as she attended an exhibition in Seville on Thursday.
The Spanish royal, 46, oozed style and sophistication as she joined her husband King Felipe at the General Archive of the Indies in the city to view the ‘The Longest Journey’ exhibition.
The mother-of-two looked beautiful in a form-fitting cream dress that cinched in at her svelte waist as she stepped outside and greeted the crowds.
Queen Letizia looked beautiful as she attended the inauguration ceremony for ‘The Longest Journey’ exhibition in Seville on Thursday
Joining Queen Letizia was husband King Felipe of Spain, 51, who donned a navy-blue suit paired with a turquoise tie
Letizia teamed her stunning frock with a pair of beige heels, which featured a strap around her ankle.
The former journalist complemented her look with a pair of dangling pearl earrings and a slick brown and white handbag by her side.
Letting her dark glossy locks rest gently at her shoulders, the royal completed her look with impeccably-applied make-up to accentuate her naturally glowing features.
The Spanish royal, 46, slipped into a form-fitting cream dress as she stepped outside and greeted the crowds
The mother-of-two (left and right) teamed her stunning garment with a pair of beige heels, which featured a strap around her ankle
The former journalist, who ascended to the Spanish throne in 2014, accessorised with a pair of dangling pearl earrings and a slick brown and white handbag
Queen Letizia and King Felipe have been married for 15 years after exchanging vows at the Madrid’s Almudena Cathedral on May 22, 2004
Joining Queen Letizia for the occasion was husband King Felipe of Spain, 51, who looked dapper in a navy-blue suit paired with a patterned turquoise tie.
The exhibition, which is being held from September 2019 to February 2020, explores the history of The First Global Circumnavigation which sailed from Seville in 1519 and returned in 1522.
Queen Letizia and King Felipe appeared in high spirits as they greeted staff at the exhibition and joined the acting deputy Prime Minister of Spain Carmen Calvo inside the building.
The Queen had previously been a reporter for the news channel 24 Horas where she held an anchor position
In 2003, just months after getting engaged to King Felipe, Letizia left her job as a reporter
The couple were most recently seen yesterday, when they dropped off daughters Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia for their first day of school.
The King and Queen arrived alongside other parents at the Madrid secondary school, with Felipe driving his family.
The young Princesses appeared excited to be starting back after the summer holidays and smiled and waved before making their way inside.
The Queen looked as radiant as ever as she entered the building and explored the artifacts on display
The Spanish exhibition explores the history of The First Global Circumnavigation which sailed from Seville in 1519 and returned in 1522 (Queen Letizia and King Felipe pictured centre)