Today, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain started their first state visit to the UK. For their 1st Day of State Visit Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall greeted King Felipe and Queen Letizia at the hotel.
The 3 days long visit is a fully packed one that is aiming to strengthen the relationship between the two countries.
The visit starts with Prince Charles and Duchess accompanying the King and Queen to the Horse Guards Parade where Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh received them for their official welcome.
For the first engagement of the visit to the United Kingdom, Queen Letizia chose to wear sunny yellow to counter the British rainy weather.
Queen Letizia wore Felipe Varela summer tweed coat in vanilla Yellow with a lemon yellow silk dress from the same label. Both the pieces have macramé embroidery in white at the hemline.
Queen paired her look with matching leather gloves and clutch (believed to be from Magrit).
Queen finished her look with Prada nude saloons that were already a part of Queen’s wardrobe.
Pearl and yellow gold earrings a loan from Queen Sofia complemented the look.
King Felipe and Duke of Edinburgh inspected the Guard of Honours while both Queens enjoyed the chat. UK welcomed Spanish royals in an extravagant full pomp and pageantry ceremony led by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II.
After the official welcome ceremony, dozens of soldiers on horseback escorted both monarchs and their spouses in a spectacular procession down The Mall, which was decorated with Union Jack and Spanish flags.
King Felipe rode with the Queen in the 1902 State Landau, a gilded carriage built for the coronation of King Edward VII.
While Prince Philip travelled with Letizia in a separate carriage.
At Buckingham Palace, Spanish Monarchs posed for the official photographs and enjoyed a private lunch with the members of the British royal family.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia stayed at Belgian Suite of Buckingham palace for their stay.
After the welcome ceremony, Spanish Monarchs joined Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh to view the exhibition in the picture gallery of Buckingham Palace.
Royal Couples at the exhibition.
They were also joined by Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke of Cambridge, Earl and Countess of Wessex.