Queen Letizia, 45, was in the Asturias in northern Spain with her husband and two daughters today.
The Spanish royals were in town to attend a church service commemorating the 13th centenary of the creation of Asturias.
Letizia, along with her husband King Felipe and two daughters, Leanor and Sofia, attended the service at the Basilica of Covadonga.
Always dressed to impress, Letizia looked hotter than the Spanish sun, in a tight-fitted red pencil dress.
The dress was burnt, dark red in colour, and clung to the 45-year-old’s enviable figure.
Coming to just below the knee, the stunning dress featured long sleeves and a high neck, suitable for the commemorative church service.
While it was plain in colour, the dress featured detailed panelling, and structured shoulders, including detailing down the arms and panels on the bust.
The elegant dress was also cinched in at the waist, highlighting the mother-of-two’s trim physique.
She carried a matching burnt-red, suede clutch bag with her, and finished off the edgy, yet elegant and sophisticated outfit with a simple pair of nude, sling-back pointed-toe stilettos.
Continuing her red theme throughout her entire ensemble, Letizia also wore a sparkling pair of silver and red drop-down earrings.
In classic Letizia style, the former journalist wore her glossy brunette locks down and loose, appearing to have added more blonde toned to her hair.
Joining the Spanish Queen for the occasion was her husband, King Felipe, and two daughters, Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofía of Spain.
Felipe looked dapper in a classic black suit and blue tie, with the two young girls looking adorable in similar-style boucle dresses with matching ballet slippers.
The two girls matched their parents by with Leanor wearing blue and Sofia wearing red.
The impeccably dressed royals made sure to pose for photos outside the basilica, showing off their coordinated outfits.
Letizia’s edgy church service look was very different from the casual denim ensemble she was spotted in earlier in the week.
The royal jumped on the denim trend wearing a chic button-down shirt dress, wearing her hair was scraped back off her face in a flattering manner.
Meghan Markle wore a denim dress from Carolina Herrera for the Sentebale Polo in Windsor recently, similar to the one worn by Letizia.
Meghan’s had a wide belt in the same denim as the main body of the garment, and a deep-v neckline.
Letizia’s version, on the other hand, had long sleeves, large cuffs and lapels, as well as pockets on the chest.
Queen Letizia of Spain: Five facts about the Spanish royal
Letizia was already famous in her native Spain thanks to a career as a TV presenter and journalist.
She even won an award for best Spanish journalist under 30 in 2002, just before she met King Felipe.
Felipe and Letizia Ortiz, as she was called then, wed in 2004.
She wore a long-sleeved wedding dress with a 15 foot train by Manuel Pertegaz.
As is custom with royal weddings, Letizia wore a tiara. Her diamond and platinum Prussian tiara is a German imperial heirloom created in 1913 by Koch for Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia’s wedding to Prince Ernst August.
Letizia is the eldest of three daughters, with her middle sister tragically taking her own life in 2007.
Now, Letizia has two daughters, Leonor, Princess of Asturias and Infanta Sofia of Spain. She is a hands-on mum, taking the children to school and enjoying countless family holidays with them.
Letizia has been married before, wedding Alfonso Guerrero, a teacher, in 1998.
However, she did not require an annulment before her roman-catholic marriage to then Prince Felipe in 2004 as her marriage to Guerrero was a civil ceremony.
In 2008, Letizia underwent surgery on her nose to correct a respiratory problem, the Spanish palace confirmed at the time.