Queen Letizia opted for strong yet sombre look while leading Spain during the hour of need


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After the terror attacks in Barcelona, Queen Letizia stood with the country in a professional and sober look. On Saturday Letizia and Felipe visited survivors of the attacks admitted in the hospitals of Barcelona.

Queen Letizia opted for strong yet sombre look while leading Spain during the hour of need
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For the Visit she kept her looks simple yet appropriate. She paired a black-and-white monochrome panelled sleeveless top and a straight black trouser that we have seen in the past also, with Magrit black Mila pumps. The label of the top is still unknown.

Queen Letizia opted for strong yet sombre look while leading Spain during the hour of need
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Later in the day, Queen Joined King and hundreds of Spaniards in Las Ramblas where the royal couple laid a wreath and candles in the memory of the victims who lost their lives in the terror attack.

Queen Letizia Nina Ricci cloqué Dress
Nina Ricci cloqué Dress

For this sombre event, Letizia wore a very elegant black knitted cloqué sleeveless high-neck dress from Nina Ricci that she debuted in April 2015. She was carrying her Carolina Herrera ‘Astrud’ black clutch bag with metal bar flap that premiered in 2016.

Queen Letizia opted for strong yet sombre look while leading Spain during the hour of need
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On Sunday King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended a peace Mass at Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia basilica. For the religious ceremony, Letizia chose a skirt suit by Felipe Varela with Magrit Mila Pumps and Carolina Herrera ‘Astrud’ black clutch bag.

Queen Letizia Carolina Herrera ‘Astrud’ Clutch
Carolina Herrera ‘Astrud’ Clutch
Magrit 'Mila' black leather pumps
Magrit ‘Mila’ black leather pumps

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