Queen Letizia is the picture of elegance on French visit

by hellofashion.com /

All eyes were on Queen Letizia of Spain as the stunning royal visited France on Tuesday.

The former newsreader was the epitome of elegance in a pale blush dress by her favourite designer Felipe Varela.



Queen Letizia was the epitome of elegance for the Paris trip

She accessorised with a matching blue box clutch bag and white sandals from Magrit. Completing the chic look was a sophisticated side-swept chignon and natural make-up.

Flanked by her husband King Felipe VI, the new queen was being welcomed by French President Francois Hollande at the Elysée Palace for lunch during an official day visit in France.

It's been a busy time for Letizia, whose husband Felipe ascended the throne after his father King Carlos abdicated last month.



Natural make-up and a side-swept chignon completed the chic look

The previous day, she made an appearance wearing a pair of Carolina Herrera snakeskin stilettos.

The mother-of-three was attending a reception at the El Prado Palace with her husband.

Last week, the couple went on a tour of Morroco, which marked their first trip to North Africa since being crowned.



All eyes were on Letizia in the Felipe Varela ensemble

Letizia wowed royal watchers with her tour wardrobe, showing off a series of stylish ensembles.

Arriving in Rabat on Monday, Letizia walked the red carpet wearing a charcoal blazer and skirt.

The following day, she joined Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco to visit the Lalla Salma Centre for Research Against Cancer. The new queen sported a pale pink trouser suit with matching peep-toe heels, while Morocco's princess stopped traffic in her scarlet ensemble.

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