Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI dressed to the nines when they presented three journalism awards in Madrid, Spain, on Tuesday, June 22.
The brunette beauty looked gorgeous, as she rocked a white dress, while her husband wore a black suit.
At the ceremony, which took place at the new ABC headquarters in Madrid, the couple presented the "Mariano de Cavia" Prize to Javier Cercas, while the "Luca Tena" Prize went to José María Carrascal.
Lastly, the “Mingote” Prize went to Ricardo Martínez.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the pair's night out!
The President of Vocento — a newspaper company — kicked off the night, and then King Felipe made a few remarks to the crowd.
The King talked about how important journalists are and how they help give people the facts and not false or misleading information.
The two frequently attend the event, as the Queen was a television journalist before she became a member of the Spanish royal family.
The royal would participate in live reports from Iraq and Afghanistan, and she was on the evening news.
The King and Queen have been very busy! They recently met with South Korean President and his wife in Madrid on June 15.
Then, on June 18, the couple and their two daughters, Princess Leonor and Princess Sofia, attended an awards ceremony at Zarzuela Palace.
The family of four honored key workers for their resilience during the ongoing pandemic.
The mom-of-two always looks put together! This time, she opted for a simple with silver heels.
Last week, she wore a blue dress and a pink dress for two different events.
The King was recently awarded the first Andalucian Medal of Honor.
“The holder of the Crown personifies the principles and values that sustain and reinforce our collective identity as a Spanish nation and that provide Andalucia with the best benchmark of harmony, serenity, enthusiasm and determination with which to face the vicissitudes of the present, undertake the recovery and working together for the future,” the government said in a press release.