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Queen Letizia of Spain cuts a casual figure as she lunches with the president of Paraguay

Queen Letizia continued to show off her diplomatic prowess today over lunch with Paraguay’s president and first lady.

The Spanish monarch, 49, visited the presidential residence in the country’s capital, Asunción, as part of an official visit to discuss a program of cooperation between the two countries.

It’s her sixth trip of its kind since she became queen.

Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown tailored trousers and a stylish snakeskin belt.

The royal appeared in good spirits as she waved to royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira.

Queen Letizia of Spain continued to show off her diplomatic prowess today during lunch with Paraguay's President and First Lady

Queen Letizia of Spain continued to show off her diplomatic prowess today during lunch with Paraguay’s President and First Lady

The 49-year-old appeared in good spirits as she waved to royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira

The 49-year-old appeared in good spirits as she waved to royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira

The 49-year-old appeared in good spirits as she waved to royal fans outside the building and chatted with President Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira

This marks Letizia's sixth collaborative journey since she became queen and she can be seen deep in conversation with President Mario Abdo Benitez

This marks Letizia's sixth collaborative journey since she became queen and she can be seen deep in conversation with President Mario Abdo Benitez

This marks Letizia’s sixth collaborative journey since she became queen and she can be seen deep in conversation with President Mario Abdo Benitez

Safety first, the Royal Family wore a white face covering and wore her raven locks straight and loose around her shoulders, choosing a pair of practical hiking boots to complete the outfit.

First Lady Silvana, 47, also opted for a dressy look, opting for high-waisted khaki pants with a paper bag, white sandals and a green and brown shirt adorned with a geometric design.

Diplomacy between the countries has been going on for decades and yesterday Letizia praised the work and dedication of Spanish aid workers in Paraguay while visiting the ruins of the Jesuit mission of Jesus de Tavarangue.

The group works to improve access to health and education services and fight against trafficking in women in the South American country.

Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown tailored trousers and a stylish snakeskin belt

Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown tailored trousers and a stylish snakeskin belt

Letizia wore a sleeveless red utility jacket paired with a white blouse, brown tailored trousers and a stylish snakeskin belt

Safety first, the royal wore a white face covering and wore her raven locks straight and loose around her shoulders

Safety first, the royal wore a white face covering and wore her raven locks straight and loose around her shoulders

Safety first, the royal wore a white face covering and wore her raven locks straight and loose around her shoulders

Letizia opted for the dressy look and opted for a pair of practical hiking boots this afternoon to complete her outfit

Letizia opted for the dressy look and opted for a pair of practical hiking boots this afternoon to complete her outfit

Letizia opted for the dressy look and opted for a pair of practical hiking boots this afternoon to complete her outfit

Diplomacy between the countries has been going on for decades and today marks the third official cooperation visit to the South American country

Diplomacy between the countries has been going on for decades and today marks the third official cooperation visit to the South American country

Diplomacy between the countries has been going on for decades and today marks the third official cooperation visit to the South American country

Letizia landed in Paraguay on Tuesday evening at Asunción Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, where she was welcomed by First Lady Silvana Abdo, as well as Foreign Minister Euclides Acevedo and Madrid Ambassador Carmen Castiella Ruiz.

During the three-day trip, she will undergo many activities with the First Lady, focusing on projects between the two countries with a particular focus on women’s empowerment and health, education and youth employment preparation.

She was without her husband, King Felipe VI, 53, and her daughter’s Infanta Sofia, 14, and Princess Leonor who recently celebrated her 16th birthday.

The young royal, a United World College of the Atlantic student in Wales, recently reunited with her family for the first time since she left for boarding school in August.

First Lady Silvana, Letizia and President Mario wave to royal fans ahead of their lunch at the presidential residence

First Lady Silvana, Letizia and President Mario wave to royal fans ahead of their lunch at the presidential residence

First Lady Silvana, Letizia and President Mario wave to royal fans ahead of their lunch at the presidential residence

First Lady Silvana, 47, opted for khaki high-waisted pants with a paper bag, white sandals and a green and brown shirt decorated with a geometric design

First Lady Silvana, 47, opted for khaki high-waisted pants with a paper bag, white sandals and a green and brown shirt decorated with a geometric design

First Lady Silvana, 47, opted for khaki high-waisted pants with a paper bag, white sandals and a green and brown shirt decorated with a geometric design

The Spanish monarch is pictured before shaking hands with Paraguay's President Mario Abdo Benitez

The Spanish monarch is pictured before shaking hands with Paraguay's President Mario Abdo Benitez

The Spanish monarch is pictured before shaking hands with Paraguay’s President Mario Abdo Benitez

Letizia met Felipe VI at a dinner party in 2002, and the couple enjoyed an immediate connection, leading to their royal wedding in May 2004.

The former newscaster is the granddaughter of a taxi driver and the eldest daughter of Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez, a journalist, and first wife María de la Paloma Rocasolano Rodríguez, a nurse and union representative from the hospital.

She attended public secondary school and studied at the Complutense University of Madrid. She later obtained an MA in Audiovisual Journalism from the Institute for Studies in Audiovisual Journalism.

King Juan Carlos abdicated in 2014 in favor of his son, now King Felipe VI.

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