Queen Letizia of Spain cut a sophisticated figure as she joined her husband King Felipe for a gala in Seoul.
The Spanish royal, 46, turned heads in a pastel floral dress with a sheer panel at the neckline while attending the dinner, hosted by South Korean President Moon Jae-in and wife Kim Jung-sook.
Letizia and Felipe, 51, are currently undertaking a two-day visit to the country to discuss economy and trade.
It follows their visit to Tokyo earlier this week to attend the enthronement ceremony for the Japanese emperor, who ascended the throne on 1 May.
Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured) cut a sophisticated figure as she joined her husband King Felipe for a gala in Seoul
The Spanish royal (pictured with her husband, far left) turned heads in a pastel floral dress when attending the dinner today, hosted by South Korean President Moon Jae-in (pictured centre) and wife Kim Jung-sook
Looking the epitome of ethereal beauty, mother-of-two Letizia highlighted her slender frame in the cream frock, embellished with elegant, dainty flowers.
With a sharp black and white top as well as mid-length bishop-sleeves, the royal commanded attention at the event.
Letizia added a little glitz to her glamorous ensemble with statement earrings featuring three diamond segments and a circle of ruby jewels.
Looking the epitome of ethereal beauty, mother-of-two Letizia highlighted her slender frame in the cream frock, embellished with elegant, dainty flowers
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With a sharp black and white top as well as mid-length bishop-sleeves, the royal commanded attention at the event
She sleeked her brown locks into a tight bun and donned a glamorous coating of make-up to finish her attire.
Her husband Felipe, who ascended the throne in 2014 upon the abdication of his father, King Juan Carlos I, looked as equally stylish in a black suit and purple tie.
Earlier in the day, the royal couple cut solemn figures as they landed in South Korea, before paying their respects at a war memorial.
Letizia added a little glitz to her glamorous ensemble with statement earrings featuring three diamond segments and a circle of ruby jewels
The royal sleeked her brown locks into a tight bun and donned a glamorous coating of make-up to finish her attire
The Spanish royals smiled as they were greeted at the air base in Seoul, before setting off for the National Cemetery where they laid flowers at a memorial for victims of the Korean War.
Three million died in the conflict, mainly civilians, making it one of the deadliest of the Cold War-era.
The couple smiled as they were greeted at the airport and were seen shaking hands with officials, before walking a red carpet lined with soldiers.
Queen Letizia of Spain, 46, and King Felipe, 51, cut solemn figures as they arrived in Seoul ahead of a two day visit to South Korea
Shortly after arriving, the Spanish royals visited the National Cemetry in Seoul, where they laid flowers at a war memorial
Queen Letizia and King Felipe also burnt incense to pay tribute to victims of the Korean War during their visit to the National Cemetery
Queen Letizia appeared elegant in a monochrome outfit, donning a smart white mid length dress with a bold buckle belt for the occasion.
She paired the outfit with a black blazer, which she wore over her shoulders, and a pair of a black heels.
Meanwhile King Felipe donned a businesslike black suit and white shirt with a sky blue tie for the welcoming.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia landed this morning at the Seoul air base after a short visit to Japan earlier this week
The Spanish couple shook hands with officials as they disembarked their flight from Japan to Seoul
The Spanish royals were met by military officials as they disembarked their plane at Seoul Air Base
Queen Letizia took her husbands arm as they walked down the aircraft steps to begin their trip to Seoul
Queen Letizia and King Felipe were greeted with a red carpet at the Seoul Air Base at the start of their visit to South Korea
The couple appeared to cut solemn figures as they arrived in the country to discuss bilateral cooperation in sectors including economy and trade
The royals were seen shaking hands with officials at the arrived at the airbase for the whistle stop trip
From the air base, the couple went on to Seoul National Cemetery, where they laid flowers at the Memorial Monument, which honours soldiers lost in the Korean War.
The moment saw an outfit change for Queen Letizia, who donned a mid length dark blue dress with a bold floral print for the visit to the cemetery.
The royals joined officials in donning white gloves as they walked through the cemetery.
They went on to take part in a moment of silence, before burning incense as part of their tribute to fallen soldiers.
The Spanish royals went on to Seoul National Cemetery, where they offered flowers and paid at a war memorial
The couple appeared solemn as they paid tribute to fallen soldiers during a visit to the war memorial in Seoul
Queen Letizia and King Felipe bowed their heads and paid a silent tribute as they visited the National Cemetery
The trip to South Korea comes after a short visit to Japan for the official enthronement ceremony in Tokyo of the Japanese emperor.
It was the couple’s second visit to Japan after their first trip in 2017.
Their first visit was meant to have been in April 2016 but was postponed until the main Spanish political parties reached an agreement on a coalition government after the December 2015 general elections.
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