Queen Letizia of Spain nails workwear chic in a £333 check coat and leather leggings

Checking all the style boxes! Queen Letizia of Spain nails workwear chic in a £333 gingham coat and leather leggings for a meeting about the use of Spanish in the media in Madrid

  • Queen Letizia of Spain arrived at a work meeting in a stylish check coat today
  • She looked effortlessly chic when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language
  • Former journalist Letizia attended a discussion hosted by FundeuRAE in Madrid 

Queen Letizia of Spain proved she meant business as she arrived at a work meeting in a stylish check coat and leather leggings today.

The mother-of-two, 48, looked effortlessly chic when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid.

Former journalist Letizia attended a discussion hosted by the FundeuRAE (Urgent Spanish Foundation), which was founded in February 2005 to help promote the proper use of Spanish in the media. 

Queen Letizia of Spain proved she meant business as she arrived at a work meeting in a stylish check coat and leather leggings today (pictured)

The mother-of-two, 48, looked effortlessly chic when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid (pictured)

The mother-of-two, 48, looked effortlessly chic when arriving at the Royal Academy of the Language in Madrid (pictured)

Looking typically stylish, Letizia teamed her £333 black and white coat, from Spanish brand Mirto, with an elegant white blouse.

She finished off her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup while keeping her brunette locks down.  

The royal sported a face covering in keeping with Spanish safety guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus. 

Preferring understated jewellery to statement pieces, she opted for a discreet pair of studded earrings to complete her ensemble.

Former journalist Letizia (pictured right) attended a discussion hosted by the FundeuRAE (Urgent Spanish Foundation), which was founded in February 2005 to help promote the proper use of Spanish in the media

Former journalist Letizia (pictured right) attended a discussion hosted by the FundeuRAE (Urgent Spanish Foundation), which was founded in February 2005 to help promote the proper use of Spanish in the media

Looking typically stylish, Letizia teamed her £333 black and white coat, from Spanish brand Mirto, with an elegant white blouse

Spanish Queen Letizia during a work meeting

Looking typically stylish, Letizia teamed her £333 black and white coat, from Spanish brand Mirto, with an elegant white blouse

Letizia (pictured) finished off her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup while keeping her brunette locks down

Letizia (pictured) finished off her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup while keeping her brunette locks down

The Royal Spanish Academy, also known as the RAE, was founded in 1713 and has since contributed to the expansion and conservation of the unity of the Spanish language.

The organisation dedicates itself to language planning and promoting linguistic unity within and between various territories that might use the Spanish language.

Letizia enjoyed a long career in TV and newspaper reporting before marrying her husband King Felipe, 53, in 2004. 

The royal (pictured) sported a face covering in keeping with Spanish safety guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Letizia pictured in Madrid during her meeting

The royal (pictured) sported a face covering in keeping with Spanish safety guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Spanish Queen Letizia, Spanish News Agency president Gabriela Canas and Royal Academy of Spanish Languages director Santiago Munoz Machado during a work meeting held at the headquarters of the Royal Academy of Spanish Language in Madrid

Spanish Queen Letizia, Spanish News Agency president Gabriela Canas and Royal Academy of Spanish Languages director Santiago Munoz Machado during a work meeting held at the headquarters of the Royal Academy of Spanish Language in Madrid

Preferring understated jewellery to statement pieces, the royal (pictured centre) opted for a discreet pair of studded earrings to complete her ensemble

Preferring understated jewellery to statement pieces, the royal (pictured centre) opted for a discreet pair of studded earrings to complete her ensemble

She worked for the La Nueva Espana before moving on to the ABC, a popular national newspaper. 

She then worked for the EFE news agency, a Mexican local paper Siglo 21, the Spanish version of Bloomberg, before moving to CNN+. 

When she met her husband-to-be, Letizia was working for the popular TV channel 24Horas as both a breaking news reporter and anchor for their popular Telediaro 2 evening news bulletin.  

She met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the pair enjoyed an instant connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004. 

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