Queen Letizia shows her feminine side in stunning polka dot dress

Pretty woman! Queen Letizia of Spain displays her feminine side in stunning polka dot dress as she hands out prestigious awards in Valencia

  • Queen Letizia of Spain looked glamorous in a long floaty dress in Valencia today
  • Royal, 50, attended the Rei Jaume awards with her husband King Felipe VI
  • She greeted onlookers before presenting prizes to Spanish researchers  
  • Read more: Queen Letizia of Spain looks chic as she is joined by her daughter

Queen Letizia of Spain, 50, is known for her striking looks and daring outfits. 

Recently, she donned red leather trousers for a visit to a Barcelona hospital. 

And in October, she showed off her super-toned body in a backless dress as she joined King Felipe at the opening of royal theatre season in Madrid. 

Now she has shown her softer side, wearing a long feminine polka dot dress to the 34th Rei Jaume awards in Valencia.  

Queen Letizia of Spain attends the 34th Rei Jaume awards at the Lonja de los Mercaderesin Valencia, Spain

The brunette monarch stunned as she accompanied her husband, King Felipe, at the ceremony 

The awards are given annually to recognise achievements in research in a range of subjects, from economics to medicine.

And each winner was awarded 100,000 euros and a gold medal. 

The Spanish monarch accompanied her husband King Felipe of Spain to the ceremony and looked in great spirits as she waved to crowds. 

She accessorised her outfit with stylish dangling earrings and kept her make-up quite natural and minimal 

The mother of two used to work as a journalist and new anchor before her surprise marriage to the king

The Queen is known for her slim and toned physique and stylish dress sense – as was again on display here 

Looking typically striking and elegant, she wore an Emporio Armani Polka dot dress.

And she accessorised it with a wide Mohelstore Black Coc leather belt and Carolina Herrera Black Suede Slingback Pumps.

She also wore dangly earrings and minimal make-up except for her dark eye-shadow which accentuated her dark eyes. 

Her long brunette hair was also worn down, coming just below her shoulders and tucked back behind her ears. 

Fans go dotty: The Queen greeted well-wishes before entering the prestigious awards ceremony

The royal wave: Queen Letizia waved at adoring fans on the sunny day in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain 

Good spirits: The monarch and mother of two smiled and looked elegant in the floaty feminine dress  

The Queen and her husband, who married in 2004, seemed on top form as they appeared at the awards 

Following the awards, the queen and king (pictured central) posed with the award winners in the fields of medical research, environment and the economy among others  

The king and queen deliver the Jaume Prize for Research to mathematician Jesus Maria Sanz Serna

The royal couple also presented an award for economic research to Marta Reynal-Querol, from Barcelona School of Economics (pictured central)

Earlier this month, Letizia wore another stylish dress as she and her husband greeted Paraguay’s President and First Lady for a luncheon at the Royal Palace in Madrid.

The royal cut a sophisticated figure in the white, flowy number which featured sheer, polka-dot adorned trumpet sleeves.

She appeared deep in thought as she chatted to their guests, Mario Abdo Benítez and his wife Silvana López Moreira.

Queen Letizia of Spain (left) appeared deep in thought as she chatted to first lady of Paraguay Silvana Lopez (right) 

The Spanish Queen teamed her look with black stilettos, opting for a simple, glamorous make-up look which accentuated her eyes.

She wore her chestnut tresses down in loose waves and smiled for photos with the visitors.

Elsewhere her husband looked dapper as he welcomed the President on his state visit in a sleek black suit and periwinkle tie.

In the past, the Queen has sparked concern about her slender figure, despite saying she eats a lot.

She also recently showed off her super-toned arms as she met the national water polo team in Madrid. 

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