Third time's a charm! Queen Letizia of Spain recycles her favourite Sandro dress again as she visits a centre for people with rare diseases

  • Letizia of Spain, 47, wore one of her favourite dress during an engagement today 
  • She wore a Sandro sold-out dress she particular favours and wore it twice before 
  • She visited a centre for people who suffer of rare diseases in Burgos, Spain  

Queen Letizia loves to recycle an outfit, and likes to ensure she doesn't leave long gaps between sporting her favourites.  

Today, while honouring an engagement in Burgos, she sported a sold-out Sandro dress she wore twice before on other public outings  

Letizia, 47, was visiting the State Reference Center of attention to People with Rare Diseases and their Families.  

She debuted the blue patterned dress at the Proyectos Sociales De Banco Santander awards in May, and repeated the style only a few weeks later in June at the Discapnet awards

She paired the beloved number with a thin black belt at the waist to accentuate her petite silhouette, and nude heels.  

Third time's a charm! Queen Letizia slips on a sold-out Sandra dress for the third time this year as she visited a centre for people suffering from rare diseases in Burgos

Third time's a charm! Queen Letizia slips on a sold-out Sandra dress for the third time this year as she visited a centre for people suffering from rare diseases in Burgos 

The royal kept her hair down and sported discreet make-up as she arrived sans bag at the venue

The royal kept her hair down and sported discreet make-up as she arrived sans bag at the venue 

She wore her hair down and as usual kept her make-up to some eye-shadow and a nude lip. 

Upon arriving at the venue, Letizia met with its staff, who took her around the facilities. 

The centre is committed to promote research and study on rare diseases as well as the training of professionals who care for patients are their families. 

It also provides direct care for people affected by a rare conditions and their families, as well as their caregiver. 

Queen Letizia, 47, paired the beloved dress with a thin black belt and nude heels for her engagement

Queen Letizia, 47, paired the beloved dress with a thin black belt and nude heels for her engagement 

Dress to impress like Queen Letizia wearing Sandro

It was only the other week Queen Letizia stepped out wearing this dress and now here she is donning it again! Clearly she's got a soft spot for it.

Just like our very own Duchess of Cambridge, Letizia loves to recycle her favourite pieces and this midi is a prime example. We can see why she loves it so much!

From Sandro, it's very fitting for the royal as it features a crown print. With long sleeves, a belted middle and a midi hem, it’s the perfect summer go-to. And this isn’t the first time we’ve spotted a royal in this dress - Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden has it in her wardrobe, too!

Sadly it has now sold out but if you want to replicate royalty, simply head to the edit below. We have found great alternatives from Sass and Edge, Reiss, Little Mistress and Preen that will do just the trick!

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The stylish royal tucked her hair behind her ear to shield it from the breeze as officials and security officers looked on

The stylish royal tucked her hair behind her ear to shield it from the breeze as officials and security officers looked on 

Queen Letizia sported discreet jewelry, with a gold ring and sparkling earrings resembling butterflies

Queen Letizia sported discreet jewelry, with a gold ring and sparkling earrings resembling butterflies 

The structure looks after their sanitary, psychological, social and educational needs.  

On it website, the centre explains that its aim is to provide patients with the highest possible level of independence, personal fulfillment and quality of life. 

It has been a busy week for Letizia, who carried out engagements almost everyday. 

Yesterday she accompanied King Felipe, 51, to the Don Carlo opera in Madrid, for an evening of music. 

Beaming! The royal looked relaxed and in good spirits when she arrived to the centre and walked across its parking lot

Beaming! The royal looked relaxed and in good spirits when she arrived to the centre and walked across its parking lot 

The royal met with the centre's staff during her visit, who took her around the venue and its facilities

The royal met with the centre's staff during her visit, who took her around the venue and its facilities 

Letizia seemed very interested by her talk with one staff member and listened with extreme attention

Letizia seemed very interested by her talk with one staff member and listened with extreme attention 

The Spanish royal, 47, wore a white silk shirt dress, with long sleeves and a low neckline for the occasion.

King Felipe looked similarly smart in a blue suit and a polka dot tie as he arrived at the venue with his wife.

The royal couple looked delighted to be attending the five-act grand opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi, as they took to the stage before the performance.

All smiles: Letizia showed up bright and early for the visit. The centre care for patients who suffer from rare diseases

All smiles: Letizia showed up bright and early for the visit. The centre care for patients who suffer from rare diseases 

Letizia seemed particularly animated as she made her way in the centre, which also provides resources for the research and study of rare conditions

Letizia seemed particularly animated as she made her way in the centre, which also provides resources for the research and study of rare conditions 

As she made her way to the venue, which provides several level of care for patients with rare diseases, Letizia was all smile

As she made her way to the venue, which provides several level of care for patients with rare diseases, Letizia was all smile 

 

 

Queen Letizia of Spain looks stunning in her favourite dress for the third time in a few months

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