While she might not have the huge global profile of her fellow royals Duchess Catherine and Duchess Meghan, Queen Letizia of Spain is a bona fide style icon in her own right, always looking incredibly stylish and elegant whenever she steps out in public.
A former journalist, the wife of Spain's King Felipe is also a fan of recycling her favourite designer outfits, just like Kate and Meghan, and she's done just that during her most recent public engagement.
On Thursday, the 47-year-old and her husband travelled to Seville in southern Spain, to take part in a couple of events including presenting the Holy Family-Penaflor Foundation School the School of the Year 2019 award..
And while the events were prestigious, it was Letizia's ensemble that had people talking - along with the fact that it had been seen before. Letizia rewore a striking matching shirt-and-top combination in leopard print by UK designer (and former Spice Girl) Victoria Beckham.
She paired her look with navy Carolina Herrera pumps and statement earrings by Tous.
This isn't the first time Letizia has worn this exact outfit - although this time around she made a simple change to her look to make it just that little bit different.
She previously donned the chic separates in November last year when she attended a screening of the latest Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in Barcelona.
Letizia attended the event with her husband and their two daughters, Leonor, 14, and Infanta Sofia, 12.
Back then, she accessorised her skirt-and-top combo with a statement pair of red pumps, making a simple footwear swap to refresh the outfit.
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