The ever-fashionable Queen Letizia of Spain has outdone herself once again.
In a moment that has thrilled fans of thrifty fashion, the European royal has proved you don't need a royally extravagant budget to look a million bucks.
Her latest exhibit of evidence? Only a Zara dress that looks like it came straight off a runway.
Attending an engagement at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid, the stunning monarch opted for a chic tweed off-shoulder dress from the affordable brand.
Accessorising the dress with a skinny belt at the waist and wearing a pair of matching navy blue shoes, we could barely believe the dress itself currently retails at AUD $35.
Yep, we're picking our jaws off the floor too.
This isn't the first time we've been stunned by a look worn by Queen Letizia of late.
Just last week the royal had us ogling with glee as she stepped out in a beautiful pink dress by American designer Carolina Herrera.
The mum-of-two was attending an event in Madrid when she was seen in the sleeveless creation, which featured a crew neck and buttons down the front.
And while this stunning look was enviable to fashion-fanatics the world over, the designer frock didn't exactly fall into the average budget.
Hence why Letitzia's Zara find is even more perfect!
Affordable brand Zara has been known to be a go-to for some key royal family members.
In December last year, the stunning Queen Rania of Jordan was seen wearing a beautiful pair of moss green culottes from Zara, which retailed for AUD $69 at the time.
You can't deny it - the wide legged style were drop-dead-glamorous.
And even the Queen of chic Kate Middleton herself has been known to wear Zara on occasion.
Attending the polo in 2018, the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing a heavenly blue floaty dress during a bright summers day.
The gorgeous wide-necked creation was super chic on the royal, and we'd have never guessed it was worth a reasonable sum.
Long live Zara's golden reign!
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