Queen Letizia of Spain sums up this season’s goth-glam trend when she opened the FITUR tourism fair

Queen Letizia of Spain sums up this season’s goth-glam trend when she opened the FITUR tourism fair

Queen Letizia of Spain put her most stylish foot forward, hitting this season’s goth-glam trend when she emerged in Madrid on Wednesday.

The Queen of Spain, 50, accompanied her husband King Felipe VI, 54, to the opening of the 43rd edition of the FITUR 2023 tourism fair at Ifema in the Spanish city.

The mother-of-three looked effortlessly stylish in a black V-neck, three-quarter sleeve jumper tucked into a pair of straight-leg, ankle-length black pencil pants.

However, it was the big statement white lace collar of the European royals’ sweater that stole the show and channeled Wednesday Addam’s vibes.

Queen Letizia of Spain channeled Wednesday Addams vibes in Madrid today. The European king, 50, attended the FITUR tourism fair

Completing her goth-inspired look made popular by the hit Netflix series, Letizia styled her outfit with a large black waist belt and pointy black ankle boots.

She tied her brunette locks in a high ponytail and opted for burgundy smokey eyes with glossy nude lips.

For the annual event, the Queen of Spain chose an elegant pair of silver diamond stud earrings as she joined her husband and Spain’s Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism and Regional President of Madrid Isabel Diaz Ayuso.

The 43rd Tourism Fair runs until January 22 and 131 countries will participate with 8,500 exhibitors.

The mother-of-three looked effortlessly stylish in a black V-neck, three-quarter sleeve jumper tucked into a pair of straight-leg, ankle-length black pencil pants

The mother-of-three looked effortlessly stylish in a black V-neck, three-quarter sleeve jumper tucked into a pair of straight-leg, ankle-length black pencil pants

However, it was the big statement white lace collar of the European royals' sweater that stole the show and channeled Wednesday Addam's vibes

However, it was the big statement white lace collar of the European royals’ sweater that stole the show and channeled Wednesday Addam’s vibes

Letizia tied her brunette locks in a high ponytail and opted for burgundy smokey eyes with glossy nude lips

Letizia tied her brunette locks in a high ponytail and opted for burgundy smokey eyes with glossy nude lips

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Queen Letizia of Spain met with her husband King Felipe VI.  from Spain (left) to the 43rd FITUR Tourism Fair 2023 at the Ifema Exhibition Center

Queen Letizia of Spain met with her husband King Felipe VI. from Spain (left) to the 43rd FITUR Tourism Fair 2023 at the Ifema Exhibition Center

Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Reyes Maroto, Queen Letizia of Spain, President of Guatemala Alejandro Giammattei, King Felipe VI.  of Spain and Congress President Meritxell Batet attend the FITUR 2023 tourism fair

Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Reyes Maroto, Queen Letizia of Spain, President of Guatemala Alejandro Giammattei, King Felipe VI. of Spain and Congress President Meritxell Batet attend the FITUR 2023 tourism fair

The event is said to have an economic impact of more than 400 million euros in Madrid and prides itself on being the only fair that continues to run even in the midst of the pandemic.

All regions of Spain will be represented at the Ifema Exhibition Center, with Andalusia having the largest exhibition area.

The Spanish royal family opened the fair today and welcomed exhibitors to the centre.

Both Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI were pictured engaging with the various exhibitors as they walked through the event.

All regions of Spain will be represented at the Ifema Exhibition Center, with Andalusia having the largest exhibition area

All regions of Spain will be represented at the Ifema Exhibition Center, with Andalusia having the largest exhibition area

The Spanish royal family met and posed with many visitors on the opening day of the Madrid Tourism Fair

The Spanish royal family met and posed with many visitors on the opening day of the Madrid Tourism Fair

Completing her goth-inspired look made popular by the hit Netflix series, Letizia styled her outfit with a large black waist belt and pointy black ankle boots

Completing her goth-inspired look made popular by the hit Netflix series, Letizia styled her outfit with a large black waist belt and pointy black ankle boots

Queen Letizia of Spain and President of Guatemala Alejandro Giammattei attend the FITUR 2023 tourism fair in Ifema

Queen Letizia of Spain and President of Guatemala Alejandro Giammattei attend the FITUR 2023 tourism fair in Ifema

The Spanish royal family has had a busy week. Just yesterday, Letizia attended a meeting of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases in the country’s capital.

And over the weekend, she flew to Athens with husband King Felipe to attend the funeral of King Constantine II of Greece.

The royal couple welcomed King Constantine’s grieving son, Crown Prince Pavlos, on the steps of the Orthodox Cathedral.

For the somber occasion, Letizia styled her hair in a chic updo and opted for minimal jewelry to finish off her tailored black sheath dress.

Spain's King Felipe VI (4R), Queen Letizia (4L) and Guatemala's President Alejandro Giammattei (R) visit India's stand during the opening of the 43rd edition of the Fitur 2023 tourism fair

Spain’s King Felipe VI (4R), Queen Letizia (4L) and Guatemala’s President Alejandro Giammattei (R) visit India’s stand during the opening of the 43rd edition of the Fitur 2023 tourism fair

Spain's King Felipe VI (4R) and Queen Letizia (3L) pose alongside Guatemala's President Alejandro Giammattei (c), Speaker of Spain's House of Commons Meritxell Batet (3R), Spain's Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism Reyes Maroto (2L) and Madrid's Regional President Isabel Diaz Ayuso (2R)

Spain’s King Felipe VI (4R) and Queen Letizia (3L) pose alongside Guatemala’s President Alejandro Giammattei (c), Speaker of Spain’s House of Commons Meritxell Batet (3R), Spain’s Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism Reyes Maroto (2L) and Madrid’s Regional President Isabel Diaz Ayuso (2R)

The Queen, whose father Jesús José Ortiz Álvarez and stepmother Ana Togores are both journalists, met her husband King Felipe when she was asked to interview him in her job as a reporter.

Letizia’s media career was a long one, beginning with a stint at the Asturian daily La Nueva España.

Next came a role at ABC, a popular national newspaper with the third largest circulation in Spain, before working at EFE and Guadelajara-based Mexican publication Siglo 21.

Back in Spain a year later, she worked for the Spanish version of Bloomberg, a news channel and news agency specializing in economics, before moving to CNN+.

When she met her future husband, Letizia worked for the popular TV channel 24 Horas, where she hosted the popular evening news show Telediario 2.