The president and first lady of France welcomed the Spanish royal family today to Paris.
President Emanual Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, ushered in King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia to the Élysée Palace in the French capital this morning. For the occasion, Brigitte chose a chic ensemble consisting of a white bib-collared blouse and black slim trousers under a black tailored coat.
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She represented her nation in a pair of boots from French fashion house Louis Vuitton. The pair features a smooth sock-style upper with a 3.7-inch block heel covered in the brand’s logo via a brown leather panel. The Matchmake ankle boot retails for $1,240 on the brand’s website.
The queen of Spain also chose black footwear and an overall somber look as today marks the 16th European Day of Victims of Terrorism, a remembrance first established after the bombings in Madrid in 2004. Queen Letizia opted for a monochrome suit, accessorizing with a pearl necklace and a pair of suede Louis-heeled pointy-toe pumps.
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