Queen Letizia of Spain raised the bar when it comes to winter style as she cut a chic figure at the UN COP25 Climate Summit today in Madrid.
Arrriving at the IFEMA institute in Madrid, the mother-of-two teamed a black military style coat with matching heels for a coordinated look.
Letizia, 47, looked stylish as she joined president of the conference Carolina Schmidt and Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare representative Maria Luisa Carcedo.
Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured centre) attended the UN COP25 Climate Summit today at IFEMA Madrid
The mother-of-two beamed in a beautiful black coat with pearl buttons, coordinated with matching court heels
Queen Letizia (pictured) appeared in good spirits, despite a busy week of engagements including a reception at the royal palace
Queen Letizia commanded attention with dramatic dark eye make-up, combined with a subtle pink blusher and rosy lips, completing the look with a small black clutch bag.
The royal appeared captivated as she spent time talking to delegates and sat watching the event.
The UN COP25 Climate Summit was organised under the Presidency of Chile along with the logistical support of the Government of Spain.
The convention has become the main instrument for advancing commitments of states against the acceleration of human-induced climate change, since it’s adoption in 1992.
The COP meet periodically to evaluate their achievements and to discuss working towards new objectives. This year’s conference was set to take place in Santiago, Chile but was moved to Madrid due to an internal situation.
The 47-year-old (pictured) drew attention to her eyes with dark eye-shadow and dramatic lashes, completing her look with rosy lipstick
The 47-year-old was joined by Minister of Health,Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare Maria Luisa Carcedo (pictured second from left) upon arrival
Queen Letizia (pictured) gave remarks about climate change at the reception yesterday, today delegates met to discuss objectives surrounding the impact of the environment on health
The periodical conference was organised under the Presidency of Chile along with the logistical support of the Government of Spain
Despite having had a busy week of engagements including a reception at the Royal Palace yesterday, Queen Letizia appeared in good spirits.
The mother-of-two who is a former journalist, joined the royal family when she married Felipe in 2004.
The pair met at a dinner party in 2002 and soon welcomed their children, Princess Sofia and Princess Leonor.
Yesterday’s affair saw Queen Letizia and Felipe make remarks that urged the importance of acting now on climate change, as they warned that borders can’t stop the environmental concern.
Speaking at the reception, Royal Central reported that King Felipe said: ‘No border can protect us from the effects of climate change must act with leadership and determination…We must act with leadership, and we must act with resolve.’
Queen Letizia (pictured) appeared captivated by the discussions at the COP25 Climate Summit and showed appreciation for the attendees efforts towards combating climate change
The mother-of-two styled her silky brunette hair straight with a relaxed side-parting for a sophisticated look
Queen Letizia (pictured) has a number of engagements for the remainder of the week including the inauguration of the Exhibition ‘The Granada Zirí and the Berber universe’