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[makeup steps in order]Queen Letizia wears grey tweed dress and tan wedges on visit to Spanish Association Against Cancer

  Queen Letizia of Spain?looked summer chic in pair of tan wedges in Madrid today as she met with members of the Spanish Association Against Cancer.?

  The monarch, 48, dressed for the hot weather in the Spanish capital in a grey tweed dress that was cinched in at the waist with a tan leather belt.

  She paired the formal knee-length dress with a high-heeled wedge sandals that were tied at the ankle with?brown ribbon.

  Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, looked summer chic in pair of tan wedges tied with brown ribbon in Madrid today as she met with members of the Spanish Association Against Cancer Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, looked summer chic in pair of tan wedges tied with brown ribbon in Madrid today as she met with members of the Spanish Association Against Cancer

  Queen Letizia of Spain, 48, looked summer chic in pair of tan wedges tied with brown ribbon in Madrid today as she met with members of the Spanish Association Against Cancer

  The Spanish royal was met at the door of the Spanish Association Against Cancer’s headquarters, by?its president, Ramón Reyes.

  Letizia serves as the association’s Honorary President and regularly attends meetings with the organisation?to learn about its activities and projects.

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  The mother-of-two, to daughters Princess Leonor, 15, and Princess Sofia, 14, completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag.

  She let her sleek brunette locks, with a few hints of silvery grey hairs, fall straight down her shoulders and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick of mascara complimenting her golden tan.

  The monarch, 48, dressed for the hot weather in the Spanish capital in a grey tweed dress that was cinched in at the waist with a tan leather belt The monarch, 48, dressed for the hot weather in the Spanish capital in a grey tweed dress that was cinched in at the waist with a tan leather belt

  The monarch, 48, dressed for the hot weather in the Spanish capital in a grey tweed dress that was cinched in at the waist with a tan leather belt

  The Spanish royal who serves serves as the Spanish Association Against Cancer's Honorary President was met at the door, by its president, Ramón Reyes (pictured left) The Spanish royal who serves serves as the Spanish Association Against Cancer's Honorary President was met at the door, by its president, Ramón Reyes (pictured left)

  The Spanish royal who serves serves as the Spanish Association Against Cancer’s Honorary President was met at the door, by its president, Ramón Reyes (pictured left)

  She let her sleek brunette locks, with a few hints of silvery grey hairs, fall down her shoulders and was Covid safe on her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a white face mask She let her sleek brunette locks, with a few hints of silvery grey hairs, fall down her shoulders and was Covid safe on her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a white face mask

  She let her sleek brunette locks, with a few hints of silvery grey hairs, fall down her shoulders and was Covid safe on her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a white face mask

  The royal prioritised Covid safety precautions on her visit by covering her mouth and nose with a protective white face mask.?

  While inside, the queen talked to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and by video conference.

  Meanwhile yesterday,?Letizia met with the general director of the?AECC, along with other health?organisations of vulnerable groups to analyze the impact of the pandemic on mental health.?

  According to Noema Paniagua,?general director of the AECC,?the situation of people with cancer in Spain has worsened with the arrival of the pandemic, with more than 530,000 patients and family members needing professional care.

  The mother-of-two completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick of mascara complimenting her golden tan The mother-of-two completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick of mascara complimenting her golden tan

  ?The mother-of-two completed her ensemble with a white Furla bag and wore simple makeup for the occasion, with a slick of mascara complimenting her golden tan

  

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  Queen Letizia of Spain is a total pro when it comes to picking out key wardrobe pieces that she can wear again and again.

  Case in point: this Adolfo Dominguez dress. She wore this fit and flare number back in 2018, but it looks just as good now. Boucle and tweed-textured designs really do stand the test of time! We love how she’s added a pair of wedge espadrille sandals for a summery spin on this occasion.

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  While inside the meeting, the queen talked to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and by video conference While inside the meeting, the queen talked to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and by video conference

  While inside the meeting, the queen talked to the members of the council who were present at the meeting, both in person and by video conference