PUBLISHED: 09:13, Tue, Sep 15, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:13, Tue, Sep 15, 2020
Queen Letizia, married to King Felipe VI, is known for her love of high-street fashion which she often sports on visits. The mother-of-two looked smart as she marked the start of the school term in Navarra as she headed to a school in a recycled outfit from 2018. Putting safety first like always, Letizia wore a disposable white face mask.
The Spanish Queen headed to the headed to the Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio College in Milagro, Navarra to mark the first day of the Spanish academic year.
Her own daughters, Leonor, 14, and Sofia, 13, were sent back from school just two days after going back after a classmate in Princess Leonor’s class tested positive for coronavirus.
Wearing a pair of culottes with a pleat down the centre, Letizia looked stylish in her outfit.
The black fitted culottes were said to be from Uterque, which is retailer Zara’s sister brand.
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Queen Letizia style: Queen of Spain recycles smart £25 outfit from her favourite high-street brand (Image: Getty)
Letizia accessorised the look with black wedge heels which she tied around her ankles in a bow (Image: Getty)
She was also seen recycling a smart high neck top from Zara which she was first seen wearing two years ago.
The sleeveless grey top revealed her toned arms and her slim figure as she cinched in her waist with a belt in the same pattern as the top.
She then tied it to the side in a bow with two pieces of fabric flowing down below the sleeveless top.
The top featured black, white and dark blue stripes to create a checked effect which dropped down into a dip hem.
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