Queen Letizia started day 2 in Mexico City by attending the opening of the Official World Cancer Leaders’ Summit organized annually by the International Union against Cancer.
The Summit was celebrated from November 13 to 15 under the slogan “Cities driving change / Cities promoting the change “, organized by the Ministry of Health and the National Cancer Institute of Mexico. The day before the Summit Letizia attended the official welcome dinner for the Summit.
On arrival, Queen took her place in the auditorium were the Presidents of the States United Mexicans and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay addressed the gathering giving.
Later on, Queen gave an interview to Mrs Gabriela Michetti, Vice President of the Republic of Argentina, under the title “Achieving Sustainable Development Goals”.
On the occasion Letizia also met with the president-elect of the International Union against Cancer, Her Royal Highness Dina Mired of Jordan.
Later in the afternoon, the Spanish Queen held a meeting with the president of the International Union against Cancer, Sanchia Aranda and the president-elect Her Royal Highness Dina Mired of Jordan and other dignitaries.
For the closing ceremony of this day and to end the trip to the Mexican United States, Queen gave a speech in which she thanked the invitation of the Union for International Cancer Control, as well as President Peña Nieto and First Lady Angélica Rivera for the warm welcome in Mexico.
Queen talking to the President, President-Elect of the International Union against Cancer, Vice President of the Republic of Argentina during Summit.
On her 2nd day of Mexico visit, Queen Letizia surprised us by giving 2 recycled looks from her wardrobe.
Earlier in the day she chose sapphire blue silk Nina Ricci top and paired it with a plain skirt of the same signature. Letizia first wore the outfit at FameLab competition in 2016.
The silk top features a rounded neckline with a criss-cross crinkle construction and a slim fit having a back zipper. Compared to designer top the skirt was simple plain front-slit A-Line.
Letizia paired the outfit with matching navy suede Nina Ricci pointed-toe pumps. She was seen carrying the red Zara laser-cut leather cross-body bag that added the colourful touch to the overall look.
Bvlgari diamond and aquamarine white gold hoop earrings finished the morning look.
In the afternoon 45-year old Queen had a quick change of wardrobe and was seen in a red velvet coat with a crimson velvet dress. We saw the ensemble during the State Visit to Japan this year.
The velvet dress set is from her go-to label, Felipe Varela. The coat features a raised collar, tulip cuff sleeves and an open front with tie closure.
The sleeveless velvet dress has a buttoned detail on the front with a lace tied neckline.
For this outfit, Queen chose Lodi ankle strap suede pumps and carried red suede flap clutch from Felipe Varela.
Her ruby and diamond dangling earrings finished the look.