Queen Letizia of Spain opts for Kate Middleton-inspired pleated cream ensemble
Queen Letizia of Spain solidified her status as one of the best dressed women in the world
The former journalist (44) has been married to Spain's King Felipe for 13 years, but since being crowned queen in 2014, she became an overnight style icon as the world's media now documented her day-to-day life; rivalling Britain's Kate Middleton on the royal best dressed lists.
For an appearance at 'The Art of Educating' at El Prado Museum in Madrid on Monday, the mother-of-two opted for a regal cream ensemble, mixing European designers.
Eagle eyed fashionistas will have spotted her peplum Hugo Boss jacket from previous outings, paired with a pleated skirt by Spanish designer Felipe Varela.
Like Middleton, Letizia prefers nude accessories for her daytime appearance, but you wouldn't catch the Duchess of Cambridge in these eye-watering heels, which stood out a mile matched with her elegant cream ensemble.
The 'Adela' clog by Magrit feature a five-inch heel, tack detail and leather bow.