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Queen Letizia of Spain looks effortless in a leather wrap dress as she attends an awards ceremony

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Beautiful in black! Queen Letizia of Spain looks effortless in a leather wrap dress as she attends the Retina ECO Awards in Madrid

  • Queen Letizia of Spain looked effortlessly stylish in a black leather wrap dress
  • The Queen, 49, looked impeccable tonight at the Retina ECO Awards in Madrid
  • She paired her dress with black sandals and big earrings with diamond rings

Queen Letizia of Spain looked impeccable as she attended the second edition of the Retina ECO Awards in Madrid.

The Queen, 49, who attended the wards solo, appeared effortlessly stylish in a black leather wrap midi dress.

She paired the dress with black strappy stiletto sandals and large diamond earrings.

Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) looked effortlessly stylish in a black leather wrap dress as she attended the second edition of the Retina ECO Awards in Madrid

Stylish Letizia wore her dark brown locks down, just brushed over her shoulders, and kept her makeup natural and shiny.

She looked beautifully tanned and went for a smoky eye, with dusky bronze eyeliner, statement lashes and tinted pink lipstick.

The mother of two attended the awards solo this year.

The awards ceremony was organized by the newspaper El País in collaboration with the consultancy Capgemini to recognize innovators who are trying to make a difference to the environment.

Stylish Letizia wore her dark brown locks, just sweeping her shoulders, keeping her makeup natural and shiny

Stylish Letizia wore her dark brown locks, just sweeping her shoulders, keeping her makeup natural and shiny

She paired her stylish black dress with black strappy stiletto sandals and large diamond earrings

She paired her stylish black dress with black strappy stiletto sandals and large diamond earrings

The award ceremony took place at the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid and was attended by the Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge Teresa Ribera, Queen Letizia of Spain and PRISA President Joseph Oughourlian.

Last year, Queen Letizia presented four awards at the ceremony for the best projects of 2020 designed to improve sustainability and combat climate change using technology

She looked beautifully tanned and went for a smoky eye, with dusky bronze eyeliner, statement lashes and tinted pink lipstick

She looked beautifully tanned and went for a smoky eye, with dusky bronze eyeliner, statement lashes and tinted pink lipstick

The award ceremony took place at the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid and was attended by the Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge Teresa Ribera, Queen Letizia of Spain and PRISA President Joseph Oughourlian

The award ceremony took place at the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid and was attended by the Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge Teresa Ribera, Queen Letizia of Spain and PRISA President Joseph Oughourlian

Queen Letizia recently shone in a stunning Hugo Boss zebra print shirt dress when she welcomed guests at the Royal Palace in Madrid two days ago.

She appeared alongside her husband, King Felipe VI, creating a look that she debuted during a royal tour of Cuba in November 2019.

She paired the £369 Hugo Boss dress with the same pair of fuchsia slingback heels that added a pop of color to the monochromatic look.

The awards ceremony was organized by El País newspaper in partnership with the consultancy Capgemini to recognize innovators trying to make a difference to the environment

The awards ceremony was organized by El País newspaper in partnership with the consultancy Capgemini to recognize innovators trying to make a difference to the environment

During her meeting with ministers at the Residencia de Estudiantes in Madrid, Letizia wore a recycled Mango jumpsuit with a monochrome print, which she paired with beige wedge espadrilles and a brown belt.

On her first outing in the Hugo Boss dress, Letizia paired it with a fuchsia leather Carolina Herrera bag.

Last year, Queen Letizia presented four awards at the ceremony for the best projects of 2020 designed to improve sustainability and combat climate change using technology

Last year, Queen Letizia presented four awards at the ceremony for the best projects of 2020 designed to improve sustainability and combat climate change using technology

As she entered the awards ceremony, the mum of two paired her outfit with a matching black leather clutch

As she entered the awards ceremony, the mum of two paired her outfit with a matching black leather clutch

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