The day 2 of Spain State Visit started with King Felipe attending UK-Spain business meeting with Duke of York.
Later in the morning, King and Queen joined Prince Harry at Westminster Abbey. King Felipe and Prince Harry laid a wreath to pay respect to the fallen soldiers.
For the somber event Queen Letizia repeated an outfit that we have seen previously on different occasions.
She wore Carolina Herrera Flower Fil Coupe Party Skirt, a Felipe Varela solid navy silk blouse. Her Majesty paired the outfit with a skinny navy suede belt and her Felipe Varela clutch.
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The King & Queen of Spain sign the Westminster visitors’ book, which was signed by Felipe VI’s father, Juan Carlos I, in 1986.
Later in the day Their Majesties joined the members of the Spanish Community at the residence of Spanish Ambassador to UK.
Then King Felipe visited 10 Downing Street to meet British Prime Minister Mrs. Theresa May.
In the evening Queen Letizia and King Felipe joined Princess Royal Anne and Vice Admiral Tim Laurence for the banquet given by the Lord Mayor of London in the their honour Guildhall.
For the second glittering affair Queen opted for sapphire blue Armani Collezioni Draped-Neck Techno Cady Gown.
The Gown features an asymmetrical off-shoulder neckline, sleeveless shirred bodice, bias-cut skirt and concealed zipper. The dress has bit alteration from the original version as it has wider strap on the left side. Big thanks to @nuriatiburcio for the dress ID.
She paired it with her Mellerio Floral tiara and Joyas de pasar diamond bracelets. Queen carried Felipe Varela satin blue clutch in her hand.
Queen finished her outfit with the Order of Carlos III sash that was pinned diamond Fleur de lys brooch. Highlight of the outfit were spectacular long earrings of diamonds and sapphires that we have never seen before so their identity is still unconfirmed.
The day ended with King and Queen signing the visitor book of Guildhall. The last day of the State visit will start with Their Majesties bidding farewell to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip in the morning.