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Queen Letizia of Spain looks effortlessly chic in laid back shirt dress

Queen Letizia of Spain looked effortlessly elegant in a shirt dress as she stepped out in Madrid today. 

The 48-year-old royal was typically polished as she arrived at an event for Spanish businesswomen, wearing a relaxed but stylish mid-length denim shirt dress. 

She teamed the laid-back look with a nude belt and matching heels, while wearing her brown tresses loose around her shoulders.

Staying safe amid the pandemic, the royal donned a plain white face covering and wore a mixture of peach and brown eyeshadows. 

Queen Letizia of Spain looked effortlessly elegant in a button-up dress as she stepped out in Madrid today

The 48-year-old royal was typically polished as waved to onlookers in country's capital city to attend an event for Spanish businesswomen

To accessorise, Letizia wore a pair of statement blue and green drop earrings and a simple gold geometric ring.  

The event was the explore the role of women in the internationalization of the Spanish economy, and how businesswomen can further branch out into international markets.

The event aims to provide female entrepreneurs with advice on training, advisory services and other available resources to support their international projects. 

Letizia has been keeping herself extremely busy amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, attending another event just yesterday to speak with laureates of The Princess of Girona Foundation International (FPdGi) Awards at the Palace of Zarzuela. 

She teamed the pared-back look with a nude belt and matching heels, while wearing her brown tresses loose around her shoulders

Staying safe amid the pandemic, the royal donned a plain white face covering and wore a mixture of peach and brown eyeshadows

Earlier this week, she joined her husband King Felipe, 53, to chair the presentation of the new corporative strategy and brand of IFEMA convention and exhibition centre.

Meanwhile, she also attended the placing of the desk of late MP Clara Campoamor at the Lower Chamber, outside the Congress of Deputies, which commemorated  the 90th anniversary of the female vote in Spain.

Her jam-packed week comes after she and King Felipe penned a telegram addressed to 'Dear Aunt Lilibet' to mourn the passing of 'Dear Uncle Philip', who died at Windsor Castle at the age of 99 on Friday.

The familiarity between the British and Spanish royal households are thanks to Felipe's maternal great-grandfather, King Constantine I of Greece (1868-1923), also being uncle to the Duke of Edinburgh. 

The event was the explore the role of women in the internationalization of the Spanish economy. Letiza is pictured posing with contributors at the event 

Queen Elizabeth II announced her husband's death at midday on Friday as the Union Flag was lowered to half-mast outside Buckingham Palace.  

European royals were quick to offer their condolences, with Felipe sharing a touching and personal message to his 'Dear Aunt Lilibet', expressing 'all our love and affection'. 

It read: 'We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our dear Uncle Philip. 

'At this painful time, we would like to convey to you our deepest condolences on behalf of the Spanish Government and the people and all our closeness and support. 

'We will never forget the occasions we were able to share with him and the legacy of service and dedicated to the Crown and the United Kingdom that he always carried out at your side. 

'Our thoughts and prayers are with Your Majesty and the whole family. With all our love and affection.'

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