This morning King Felipe and Queen Letizia started the last day of their 3 days State visit to the UK by meeting and bidding farewell to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace.
Then the Spanish royal couple visited Francis Crick Institute with Duke of York. At the institute, they meet the members of the Spanish Scientific community working in the UK.
After wooing the host nation with her dazzling red and majestic blue gown at banquets, Queen Letizia chose a very sophisticated yet chic white and pale pink look for the last day of the visit.
She wore Topshop front pleated prom skirt with white overlay top. The label of the white overlay top is unidentified yet. Overlay top features quarter sleeves with a back zipper. Queen’s today’s look gave a vintage reflection and it was a combination of both British and Spanish labels.
The prom-style casual midi-length full skirt in champagne colourway features pleats to the front panels. She paired the outfit with burgundy ankle strap sude heels from LODI.
Today Queen debuted a new handbag. She carried a golden tone clutch with flower detailing on its flap from Spanish Label Suma Cruz.
Later in the morning, King and Queen visited Weston Library, where dozens of locals were waiting for their arrival. AT University, King and Queen met Chancellor of Oxford University The Lord Patten of Barns and view the Spanish Treasures exhibition before proceeding to the Divinity School for Lunch and King’s address.
After the Lunch, they arrived at Exeter College that is home to King Alfonso XIII Professorship of Spanish Studies and Queen Sofia Fellowship in Spanish. Here they met Spanish peoples working and studying at the University and members of the University who are studying, researching and teaching in Spain.
Felipe and Letizia enjoyed a tour of the college building especially the beautiful garden.
State visit concluded with Lord Chamberlain bidding farewell to King and Queen of Spain on behalf of Queen Elizabeth and the Spanish Royal couple departed for the home.
A look on highlights of 3 days State visit from CasaReal.