Queen Letizia looked effortlessly regal as she joined her husband, King Philip VI, at a lavish reception in Stockholm on Thursday.
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia received the couple on the occasion hosted in their honor marking the end of their two-day state visit to the country.
Letizia, 49, mother of two wore a chic teal wrap dress from Spanish label Cherubina with black heels, while Felipe, 53, put an equal effort to a polished look alongside chic Swedish royals.
Queen Letizia, 49, and her husband King Philip, 53, attended a reception in their honor in Stockholm on Thursday, joined by Sweden’s King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia (pictured)
Letizia (pictured) looked regal in a wrap-team dress and black heels, while accessorizing with drop earrings.
Prince Daniel, Crown Princess Victoria, Queen Letizia, King Carl Gustaf, King Philip VI of Spain, Queen Silvia, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia at a reception
Letizia swept her shiny brown hair into a modern bun with a center parting to reveal de Grisogono jeweled drop earrings.
She chose to keep the accessories relatively simple by complementing her look with a Lidia Faro clutch, while opting for glamorous makeup including pink lipstick and bronze eyeshadow.
King Felipe and King Carl Gustaf seemed to have coordinated as they both looked elegant in black suits and white shirts.
Meanwhile, Queen Silvia appeared in a gray dress with lace details and her brown hair in voluminous waves.
The 77-year-old wore a stunning pink lipstick adorned with pearls.
All four members of the royal family appeared in good spirits while taking pictures during the reception.
Queen Silvia (pictured right, with Leticia) wore a gray dress with lace detailing, to complement her look with pearls
Letizia (pictured left) chose pink lipstick and bronze eyeshadow to complement her glamorous look, while sweeping her hair into a bun.
This event comes after a busy day for the Spanish royal family, where King Felipe held a meeting with businessmen and then attended the opening of the Swedish-Spanish Business Symposium.
He spoke, “Innovation allows us to maximize our technology and industry potential, improve business competitiveness, make companies stronger, more resilient and resilient, and create better jobs.
I’ve particularly commented on this letter here, so it’s no surprise that the EU Commission has named Sweden “the most innovative country in the European Union” for the past eleven years.
You are a great example to other European countries. In 2021, the latest report on the Digital Economy and Society Index, released by the Commission, indicates that Spain is well above the European average. We are the third country in the European Union with the best connectivity.
Meanwhile, Queen Letizia escorted Queen Silvia to the Bernadotte Library at the Royal Palace in Stockholm for an engagement. In a symposium on language, literature and translation, in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes and the Swedish Institute.
The two-day state visit of Leticia and Felipe was organized to strengthen the Spanish relations with Sweden as many Spaniards immigrated to the Scandinavian country. Pictured: Queen Letizia, King Carl Gustaf of Sweden, King Philip of Spain and Queen Silvia of Sweden
Queen Letizia (pictured) and King Philip have attended a series of engagements to strengthen ties between Spain and Sweden over the past two days.
The symposium highlighted the importance of literary translation in promoting literature and the long-term cultural exchange between Spain and Sweden.
Then King Philip, accompanied by King Carl Gustaf, visited the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, before rejoining Leticia for a traditional lunch in the Golden Hall of the City Hall.
The busy king later visited the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and held a meeting with members of the League of Spanish Scientists prior to tonight’s reception.
Queen Letizia and King Felipe attended a series of engagements to strengthen relations between Spain and Sweden over the past two days.
The Hispanic community in Sweden has grown at a sustainable rate in the past decade, reaching 37.12 percent in five years, as Spaniards immigrate to take advantage of job opportunities.