After attending the Enthronement ceremony, later in the evening, the Spanish royal couple attended the Gala dinner hosted by the Japanese Emperor at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
For the occasion, Queen wore another new gown from her go-to designer Carolina Herrera. She was wearing a fuchsia gown with white embroidery on its bodice.
Letizia paired the dress with her Flor de Lis tiara. Featuring three large fleur de Lis, the tiara was designed by the Ansorena jewellers and was gifted to Queen Victoria Eugenia by her husband King Alfonso XIII.
Letizia teamed up the dazzling tiara with her twin Cartier bracelets and Chanton earrings.
She was carrying a new clutch also from Carolina Herrera.
She was carrying pink Scala Insignia clutch (Shown here in red) defined as, “Scala Insignia clutch is handcrafted in satin and detailed with distinctive ruthenium-plated clasp replicating House of Herrera’s 35th-anniversary bracelet encircling a stone. Featuring a chain strap, it can be carried by hand or worn cross-body” and costing €450.
Once again, Queen topped her look with Japanese Order of the Precious Crown held by fleur-de-lis brooch.