Blue jean baby! Queen Letizia of Spain looked chic while attending the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Faculty of Information Sciences at Complutense University on Tuesday, September 14, in Madrid, Spain.
During the event, the brunette beauty sported a denim dress, which she paired with a red belt and red shoes.
Scroll through the gallery below to see her look!
"Upon receiving the recognition of 'UCM Honor Student,' the Queen recalled her personal experience as a student at the Faculty of @UCMccinf," a message on Twitter read.
"50 years is a nice figure to keep trying to do things right," the Queen said.
"The Queen has inaugurated an Exhibition on the 50th anniversary of the @UCMccinf and a sample of the photojournalist Marisa Flórez. To end the commemoration ceremony, he also held a meeting with the current students," another message read.
"Graduated in journalism from the Faculty of Information Sciences of the UCM in 1995, the Queen today receives the recognition of 'UCM Alumna de Honor,' within the framework of the 50th anniversary of the institution," a note said of the event.
"The Queen returns to the UCM to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Faculty of Information Sciences, a pioneering center and a benchmark in university training in Communication in Spain since 1971," another message stated.
So proud! The Queen held up her award while on stage.
"Her Majesty the Queen recognized these illustrious UCM alumni: Pepa Bueno, journalist and Ondas Cadena SER Award. Alex Grijelmo, 'Miguel Delibes' National Journalism Award and doctor of journalism. Fernando León de Aranoa, screenwriter and film director and winner of 6 Goya awards. José Antonio Llorente, founder and president of LLYC (the first communication agency in Spain and Latin America). Mónica Moro, creative general director of the advertising agency McCann Spain. Fernando Rodríguez Varona, president of the Publics Media España agency. Vicente Vallés, journalist and Ondas Award, Antena 3 TV," a message read.
Before the Queen joined the royal family, she worked as a journalist in Spain.
Looks like it was a successful event!