This week, the Spanish royal family has attended two important military events, with Queen Letizia wearing interesting diamond earrings on both occasions.
On Saturday, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain traveled to Zaragoza, where their elder daughter, the Princess of Asturias, is in training at the General Military Academy.
They were present for a special moment in Leonor’s military training: a ceremony during which she pledged allegiance to the Spanish flag.
For the ceremony, Queen Letizia wore a blue dress with a polka dot print. She previously wore the same dress in May for Armed Forces Day.
This time, Letizia accessorized with a pair of pavé-set diamond circle pendant earrings. Queen Letizia Style tells us that they’re a new addition to Letizia’s jewelry box.
On Thursday, the royals gathered at the Plaza de Neptuno in Madrid for the traditional military parade held to mark the country’s National Day.
Like her father, Princess Leonor was in uniform for the parade, while Queen Letizia wore a different blue dress from her closet. UFO No More tells us that the floral-print dress comes from Juan Vidal.
With the dress, Letizia wore a pair of subtle diamond and rose gold earrings.
The climber-style star earrings, which coordinate but don’t match, come from Gold & Roses. The left and right earrings are slightly different in design.
Letizia debuted the earrings back in June during a visit from King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan to Madrid.
On both occasions, Queen Letizia finished off her look with her Coreterno ring.
Princess Leonor, naturally, wore extremely minimal and appropriate jewelry with her uniform: just a small pair of stud earrings. You’ll also spot the badge of the Order of the Golden Fleece worn on a ribbon around her neck.