Chic for summer! Queen Letizia of Spain looked amazing in a patterned ruffle shirt and white pants as she visited Residencia de Estudiantes (Students Residence) in Madrid, Spain, on Friday, June 25.
The brunette beauty held a meeting with someone from the institution, and she was also joined by the Minister of Education and the Minister of Science and Innovation.
Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Juan Ramón Jiménez or Rafael Alberti have been guests, while Salvador Dalí, Luis Buñuel and Federico García Lorca were students.
The center is vital to Spain's culture, and several conferences, exhibitions and workshops are held there.
Scroll through the gallery below to see her outing!
The brunette beauty showed off her trim figure in the top and pants, and she even wore a pair of white espadrilles for the occasion.
The day before, the Queen looked stunning while attending the festival of San Juan, Patron of the Municipal Police, in Madrid.
The royal wore a bright red dress and gave out several awards given out, including The Medals of Professional Merit and the Crosses.
Like a boss! The Queen looked confident as she strolled along outside.
On June 22, she attended an event with her husband, King Felipe of Spain.
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.
The Queen always wears the best clothing during her outings! She previously wore a white dress and red dress earlier this week, and the week before she sported a pink and blue frock.
We can't wait to see what she puts on next!