Suited and booted! Queen Letizia of Spain cuts an elegant figure in a pink blazer and cigarette trousers as she visits a charity for sex workers

  • Letizia  47, wore the elegant ensemble as she met with workers from the APRAMP
  • The charity helps to protect sex workers and put them into new lines of work
  • Letizia sported a very stylish pink blazer and tailored trousers for the day out
  • Today is fourth public engagement in five days for the busy royal  

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a stylish figure in a satin pink suit today she attended a conference in Madrid today.

The Spanish royal, 47, wore the elegant ensemble as she met with workers from the APRAMP charity which protects sex worker in Spain.

The Queen appeared in good spirits at the event as she commanded attention by pairing the cigarette trousers with an oversized blazer and white satin shirt.  

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a stylish figure in a satin pink suit today she attended a conference in Madrid today

Queen Letizia of Spain cut a stylish figure in a satin pink suit today she attended a conference in Madrid today

Proving her sartorial prowess, the mother-of-two opted for matching chunky slingback heels and minimal jewellery at the event.

Highlighting her natural beauty,  Letizia sported lashes of bronzer while sporting a natural look with a light layer of mascara and a thin line of black eyeliner.

The Queen kept accessories to a minimum, opting to show off just her wedding ring and a dainty pair of earrings. 

The goal of the Association for the Prevention, Reintegration and Care of Prostituted Women (APRAMP) is for victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking recover their freedom and dignity and autonomy to begin a life outside of sex work.

The Spanish royal, 47, wore the elegant ensemble as she met with workers from the APRAMP charity which protects sex worker in Spain

The Spanish royal, 47, wore the elegant ensemble as she met with workers from the APRAMP charity which protects sex worker in Spain

The Queen appeared in good spirits at the event as she commanded attention by pairing the cigarette trousers with an oversized blazer and white satin shirt

The Queen appeared in good spirits at the event as she commanded attention by pairing the cigarette trousers with an oversized blazer and white satin shirt

Highlighting her natural beauty, Letizia sported lashes of bronzer while sporting a natural look with a light layer of mascara and a thin line of black eyeliner

Highlighting her natural beauty, Letizia sported lashes of bronzer while sporting a natural look with a light layer of mascara and a thin line of black eyeliner

The royal wore her hair in soft blow dry, and added a touch of glamour to her outfit with statement buttons on her blazer.

It comes just a day after the Spanish royal sported another stylish pink ensemble at the event at the headquarters of the Spanish bank BBVA to mark World Rare Disease Day where she gave a speech and presented awards. 

Queen Letizia appeared relaxed at the event, pairing the business-like shirt with a trendy ombre pleated skirt in a similar shade from British brand Reiss. 

The former journalist is one of the directors of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER), and was attending today’s event to support the cause. 

The Queen kept accessories to a minimum, opting to show off just her wedding ring and a dainty pair of earrings

The Queen kept accessories to a minimum, opting to show off just her wedding ring and a dainty pair of earrings

 It comes amid a busy week for the royal who attended a funeral for Spanish businessman Placido Arango alongside her husband King Felipe on Wednesday. 

The couple, who have been married since 2004, were unusually tactile as they comforted each other over the loss of their friend.

And earlier this week, the royal attended an awards ceremony to celebrate the latest Honorary Brand Ambassadors of Spain. 

The royal wore her hair in soft blow dry, and added a touch of glamour to her outfit with statement buttons on her blazer

The royal wore her hair in soft blow dry, and added a touch of glamour to her outfit with statement buttons on her blazer

Left to right: Minister of Equality Irene Montero, and Queen Letizia of Spain and APRAM president Rocio Nieto attend a meeting with APRAMP (Prostitution Women Association)

Left to right: Minister of Equality Irene Montero, and Queen Letizia of Spain and APRAM president Rocio Nieto attend a meeting with APRAMP (Prostitution Women Association)

The Queen married King Felipe at the Almudena Cathedral at Royal Palace, Madrid, in May 2004.

The couple are parents to Princesses Leonor, 13, and Sofia, 11. 

Before marrying into the royal family, Letizia had previously worked as a reporter for the news channel 24 Horas where she held a weekly anchor position on the show Informe Semanal and also a position on the daily morning news programme.

Before marrying into the royal family, Letizia had previously worked as a reporter for the news channel 24 Horas where she held a weekly anchor position on the show Informe Semanal and also a position on the daily morning news programme. She is pictured today

Before marrying into the royal family, Letizia had previously worked as a reporter for the news channel 24 Horas where she held a weekly anchor position on the show Informe Semanal and also a position on the daily morning news programme. She is pictured today

Proving her sartorial prowess, the mother-of-two opted for matching chunky slingback heels and minimal jewellery at the event

Proving her sartorial prowess, the mother-of-two opted for matching chunky slingback heels and minimal jewellery at the event



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