Spanish style showdown: Queen Letizia vs Argentina's first lady Juliana Awada
Queen Letizia’s dazzling earrings stole the show today in Argentina.
The royal and her husband King Felipe were on official business in the South American country.
The mother-of-two wore diamond cluster and pearl drop earrings.
These earrings are said to be from the royal vault.
Her dress is from Spanish designer Pedro del Hierro.
Similar dresses from the brand cost in the region of £200.
Letizia wore brown leather shoes and a matching brown handbag.
The Spanish royals met with Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, Argentina’s first lady Juliana Awada, who also looked stunning.
The for dignitaries posed at the Casa Rosada government house in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Juliana looked beautiful in a navy blue dress with small glittery dots on it.
She added black heels to the look, and her hair was worn in a glamorous half up half down vibe.
However, her ensemble lack the glamour of earrings with a royal history.
Queen Letizia wore a £5,000 outfit from the Culture Awards with King Felipe.
She wore another pair of stunning earrings on the night.
She added the finishing touch to the look with a pair of black diamond string earrings from TOUS.
These were the priciest part of her look, costing £4,500.
She has had these since May 2016, and often wears them.
Letizia complemented her dress choice with a red-brown eyeshadow and brown lipstick.
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.