Queen Letizia dazzles in blue draped gown and floral tiara at Guildhall banquet

The Queen of Spain turned heads at the lavish affair

by Hanna Fillingham /

Queen Letizia stepped out in serious style when she joined husband King Felipe at a lavish banquet at Guildhall during their three-day state visit. The event, held on Thursday evening, was hosted by the Lord Mayor and City of London Corporation. As ever, Letizia oozed glamour in a striking sapphire blue floor-length gown. The form-fitting design showcased her slim figure and featured on-trend asymmetric off-the-shoulder sleeves. To accessorise, the Queen of Spain opted for a navy satin clutch. When it came to jewellery, Letizia dazzled in her Mellerio Floral tiara and a pair of statement drop diamond and sapphire earrings, which coordinated beautifully with her dress.


Queen Letizia stunned in blue at the Guildhall banquet

Beauty-wise, Letizia wore her long, honey-hued hair styled in a neat chignon, which drew attention to her striking features. When it came to make-up, Letizia’s large eyes were rimmed with a bold outline of black liner and lashings of mascara, while a sweep of rose-hued blush, a pink matte lip and a perfectly groomed brow completed her awe-inspiring look.

Also in attendance at the elaborate event was Princess Anne, who looked lovely in a dove grey gown embellished with whimsical metallic embroidery. Anne teamed her ensemble with a pair of elegant white gloves, a tiara and diamond drop earrings.


Princess Anne was also in attendace at the lavish event

On Wednesday, Letizia turned heads yet again at the Queen’s state banquet held at Buckingham Palace, attended by a host of British royals, including the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Prince Harry.


Queen Letizia looked fabulous in red at the Queen's banquet at Buckingham Palace

This time, the 44-year-old close to wear an embellished floor-length red dress, that again featured off-the-shoulder sleeves. The Spanish Queen teamed her ensemble with a coordinating clutch and a pair of diamond earrings.

The black-tie affair took place in the palace ballroom, with around 170 guests invited to dine there, including Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Phillip and of course, the Queen. Prime Minister Theresa May was also in attendance.

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