A lithe Queen Letizia supported her husband King Felipe VI of Spain as they attended the 10<sup>th anniversary of publication elEconomista in Madrid today (8 June).
The 43-year-old monarch showed off her svelte physique in a slimming monochrome outfit featuring a sleeveless wrap blouse styled with black tapered trousers and statement-red caged high heels.
Letizia, who became Queen of Spain on 19 June 2014, put an added touch to her glamorous chic look with a slick of red lipstick, statement long earrings and her hair styled in tumbling curls. To punctuate the ensemble, she added a further fleck of colour with a statement red and black clutch.
The former journalist and CNN news anchor stood by her husband Felipe, who she has two daughters with, as the royal couple posed for photographs at the press event at the Villa Magna Hotel in the Spanish capital.
King Felipe, who looked especially smart in a pinstripe navy suit paired with a sky-blue shirt and printed dark-blue tie, made a speech at the event which marked the publication elEconomista's 10<sup>th anniversary.
The Spanish royals helped celebrate elEconomista decade of journalist innovation, with the king commemorating it as a publication which benefited from global diffusion. During the pre-lunch speech, he said that it "has been able to establish and consolidate as a benchmark of business journalism in Spain and in different countries of Latin America".
The world's third-youngest monarch, 48, also highlighted the vision its founders had, 10 years ago, for a new global economic environment – one "which had not yet peeked the crisis" – as well as the "need for new technology" requiring the press to "rethink its future model."
The king highlighted the internationalisation pursued by elEconomista in Latin America, which has contributed "to the greater connection and closeness between the Americas and Spain and the objective of encouraging the activity and internationalisation of our companies on both sides of the Atlantic."
Publishing company Ecoprensas president Alfonso de Salas recalled its "progress achieved in recent decades." He also noted the importance of monarchy in those years as a guarantee of prosperity and stability and highlighted the efforts made by the entrepreneurs of Spain to overcome the economic crisis.