Queen Letizia wows in semi-transparent dress for glamorous gala

This year’s Spanish National Culture Awards were held at the Pignatelli building in the city of Zaragoza, in the north of Spain. For the glamorous occasion, Queen Letizia stunned in a semi-transparent pastel pink dress featuring black and pink floral embroidery.

The beautiful gown had three-quarter-length sleeves and a long flowy skirt. The Spanish monarch accessorised with a pair of nude pink pumps from Magrit and a matching clutch bag.

Letizia’s dress is from British fashion brand Temperley London and she first wore it in 2019 during an estate visit to South Korea with her husband King Felipe.

Back then, the stylish dress had a price tag of 1,700 euros or £1,509. Today, the Queen of Spain kept her hair loose and opted for discreet pieces of jewellery and accessories.

Queen Letizia chose a pair of Tous maxi emerald earrings for jewellery and opted for a soft glam make-up look.

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Royal fan @letizia_from_princess_to_queen said on Instagram: “This is one of my favourite dresses, and we only saw it once in Korea.”

Another one, @raquel.a.porcel, commented: “Very pretty, an excellent choice of dress!”

Royal watcher @brsaisa said that the dress was “beautiful” and it looked “great” on the monarch, and another one said Letizia was simply “gorgeous”.

“The earrings do not look bad, they give a casual air,” they added. “The truth is that the dress is so beautiful that it goes unnoticed!”

Instagram user @manjiarias opined: “This dress is a real gem! Perhaps less colourful earrings would have suited her better.”

King Felipe wore a dark grey suit and a burgundy tie, and was all smiles while congratulating the winners with Queen Letizia.

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