Queen Letizia shows off thrifty side in £70 Zara dress and face mask with King Felipe VI

Queen Letizia of Spain looked chic in a navy and white checked dress yesterday. She stepped out with King Felipe VI to attend a Cooperator’s Day event at the Viana Palace. The royal dressed up the look with a pair of navy high heel shoes.

Queen Letizia put safety first as she was spotted social distancing at the event in Madrid.

The Spanish monarch also covered up by wearing a light blue single-use face mask.

She wore a stylish navy and white dress that had short sleeves and a chic off-the-shoulder design.

The dress had a fitted bodice and a loosely pleated midi skirt with pockets on either side.

Queen Letizia showed off her slim frame with a thin navy belt that had a silver buckle.

King Felipe VI coordinated with his wife by wearing a navy suit jacket and light blue shirt.

While she is sure to have her pick of designer brands, the look was an affordable piece from Zara.

The tweed gown was on sale for just £69.99, although it has now sold out.

This is not the first time Letizia has worn the design, first wearing it in July 2019.

She wore her mocha hair down and styled into a straight blow-dry.

The Spanish Queen chose a subtle make-up look with nude eyeshadow and lashings of mascara.

She was spotted holding onto a small leather envelope clutch bag.

Letizia completed the ensemble with a pair of pointed-toe navy pumps which had a cut-out back.

The royal has been showing off her chic but affordable fashion sense on a number of outings in the last few weeks.

She was recently spotted with her family during a trip to Petra, Palma de Mallorca.

The mother-of-two wore a bold red midi dress which had an asymmetric hemline.

The sleeveless number showed off her toned arms and she tied it with an oversized brown belt.

The dress was the ‘Textured Midi Dress With Belt’ from Spanish designer Adolfo Dominguez.

Originally on sale for €274, or around £246, it is currently reduced to a more affordable €149, or £133.

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