Queen Letizia of Spain exudes glamor in an all-black Carolina Herrera ensemble as she attends the opera in Madrid with King Felipe VI
- Queen Letizia of Spain, 49, enjoys an evening with King Felipe VI at the theatre
- Pair attended the premiere of the opera ‘Partenope’ at the Royal Theater in Madrid
- For the occasion, a mom of two wears an all-black wide-leg look
Queen Letizia looked elegant as she and King Felipe VI enjoyed an evening of music in Madrid last night.
The Queen of Spain, 49, accompanied her husband, 53, to attend the premiere of the opera ‘Partenope’ at the city’s Royal Theater.
For the occasion, Letizia wore a black sleeveless top from Hugo Boss worth £139 and wide-leg pants from Carolina Herrera, which she paired with black accessories to achieve the glamorous look of evening wear.
A night on the tiles! Letizia Queen of Spain, 49, accompanied her husband Felipe VI, 53, last night to attend the premiere of the opera ‘Partenope’ at the Royal Theater in Madrid
The mum of two looked stunning in an all-black look with Carolina Herrera wide-leg pants and a shimmering sleeveless top
The mother of two shows off stylishly with the Spanish designer’s trendy wide-leg Palazzo pants.
She paired it with a sleeveless top with a high neckline and shimmering details, which she tucked into the pants to accentuate her petite frame and slim waist.
The stylish royal, who loves to recycle, has a square black clutch from Tod’s that she’s owned since 2007 and matching black suede pumps from Magrit that she first wore in 2018.
Letizia kept the look simple by wearing discreet jewelry, with a pair of gold earrings from Yanes and her favorite ring from Karen Hallam.
Letizia kept the look simple with small jewelry and all-black accessories for the opera evening
Spanish style: Felipe VI, dressed in a black suit, and Letizia, cut a stylish couple for their date night
Her brown locks were styled in a low ponytail and a touch of eyeliner brought the drama to her eyes and accentuated her hazel look with a hint of mascara and eyeshadow.
Meanwhile, King Felipe VI looked smart in a black pinstripe suit and white shirt, which he paired with a polka-dotted red tie.
The couple looked relaxed as they headed out for an evening of music in the Spanish capital.
Partenope, which premiered at the King’s Theater in London in 1730, is one of Handel’s only humorous plays.
The opera in three acts tells the story of four rival suitors who pursue the love of Queen Partenope.
The Spanish Queen’s bag was a small square clutch from Tod’s, left in the photo. She also wore beautiful earrings from Yanes
The mum of two brought her hair up in a low ponytail and brought the drama over her mask with sultry eye makeup, pictured
Not to be outdone, Felipe looked sharp in his black suit, which he paired with a white shirt and polka-dotted red tie, pictured