After laying a wreath to honour military personnel, the pair headed off to visit the site of the new Mary Elizabeth’s Hospital for Children, Teens, and Expecting Families, in Copenhagen, due to open in 2026.
Letizia, 51, who is currently on the second day of her state visit to Denmark alongside her husband King Felipe VI, 55, accompanied Mary to the hospital, which was named after the Australian-born future Queen, 51,
The royal pair observed the future design plans for the hospital and met children requiring care from the institution.
The new hospital focuses on children’s health as well as teenagers and pregnant mothers. It is still under construction and should be ready for purpose in 2026.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured left) and Queen Letizia of Spain (pictured right) appeared to be in high spirits during a visit to the construction of the new Mary Elizabeth’s Hospital for Children
For the occasion, the Danish mother-of-four donned a very elegant black and white tweed skirt with a black blouse, which was embellished at the collar to add some flair to the outfit.
Mary paired the look with a pair of black heeled pumps, but forwent a bag, keeping the look minimal and practical.
The Crown Princess, known for her elegant sense of style, opted for a minimal glowing makeup look. Some highlights and a dash of bronze complimented her dewy complexion, and a touch of mascara brought definition to her lashes.
Meanwhile, Letizia added a splash of colour and donned a stylish keyhole green midi dress with beige nude pumps.
Letizia opted for a chic make-up look, pairing her fresh base with a natural lip, and light brown smoky eyeshadow.
Her brown locks were styled in a wavy blow-dry that cascaded down her right shoulder.
The royals appeared to be in high spirits as they toured the site and learned of the team’s progress.
Letizia and Mary also met with local children and their mother’s, who were, at the time, playing with arts and crafts.
The Spanish monarch shook the hand of a local child during the visit, who was playing with arts and crafts
The Spanish mother-of-two looked pensive as she chatted with the mother during the hospital visit
The royal pair were all smiles as they met with parents and their young children during the visit earlier today
Princess Mary of Denmark donned a midi plaid skirt to visit the hospital, which is named after her
Letizia stayed cozy in the cold weather with a elegant brown coat, with a belt feature around the waist
The Spanish Queen shook the hands of patients and appeared pensive as she chatted with parents.
The hospital’s foundation was laid last spring, and the institution won’t open for another three years, but Mary has taken a keen interest in the project.
Mary also watched local children draw and play in one of the site’s common areas.
The royal mother-of-four has long been recognised for her work in aiding children’s health, and she is the patron of several organisations and foundations on the matter.
The hospital, which was designed by architect, Stig Vesterager Gothelf, will have a play area that will play a huge part in the well-being of its young patients, the Righospitalet’s website read.
The royal duo observed the construction plans for the hospital in Denmark’s capital, which will feature a large play area
Mary and Letizia smiled with local children outside the construction of the hospital, which is set to be complete in 2026
Letizia, who is on the second day of the state visit, donned a stylish keyhole green midi dress for the occasion
Letizia and Mary smiled for the camera during the visit to see the construction of the new Mary Elizabeth’s Hospital for Children
Letizia and Mary both donned similar belted coats, ideal for keeping warm as Denmark enters winter
Letizia and Mary met with local children during the visit, who handed the royals drawings they had created
Princess Mary opted for a monochrome look while Letizia added a pop of colour with a flowing green dress
The royal pair looked elegant as they walked through the construction of the hospital earlier today
After a glittering state banquet last night, the Queen, 51, and her husband, 55, are carrying out a series of engagements with Crown Princess Mary and her husband Prince Frederik of Denmark in Copenhagen.
All four royals attended a ceremony at the Citadel Memorial at Kastellet recognising both serving and fallen Danish military personnel and their efforts in international missions since 1948.
Upon arrival, the King and Prince Frederik, accompanied by the commander of Copenhagen, reviewed the guard of honour before visiting the perpetual flame on the wall of monument.
A soldier placed their floral tributes next to the inscription ‘En Tid, Et Sted, Et Menneske’, which means: A time, a place, a human being.
Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe stepped out in force today during day two of their official state visit to Denmark
The queen, 51, and her husband, 55, spent the day with Crown Princess Mary and her husband Prince Frederik of Denmark in the country’s capital
Queen Letizia looked elegant for the solemn occasion, in a camel belted trench coat and pointed nude heels.
Hidden underneath was a long-sleeved emerald green dress, once again revealing her love for a splash of colour, as seen on day one of the visit yesterday.
This time around, the mother-of-two oozed glamour in a long belted coat, which served to highlight her tall, lean frame.
The winter coat was tied at the waist, revealing her cinched waist – serving a dual function of both style and comfort.
Continuing her recent colour-blocking theme, the royal accessorised the look with a white clutch bag which displayed a gorgeous multicoloured floral pattern.
Her green drop down earrings were the perfect touch of class, while also matching the exact same shade of her dress.
Meanwhile her luscious locks were parted on either side of her face and fell gracefully around her shoulders.
Her face was a picture of nude perfection, as she opted for a subtle pink lip and a smidge of mascara.
All four royals attended the laying of a wreath ceremony at the monument for ‘Denmark’s International Effort Since 1948’ created by Danish artist Finn Reinbothe
The monument commemorates the contributions of thousands of deployed Danes to international missions since the year 1948
The queen displayed an unwavering aura of confidence as she posed alongside her husband and Danish royals.
King Felipe donned a smart navy blue coat which he teamed with a white and blue spotted tie.
The king looker dapper in an accompanying navy blue suit alongside a crisp white shirt and his signature black leather tie up shoes.
Meanwhile Crown Princess Mary, 51, and Prince Frederik of Denmark, 55, stepped out in force donning almost similar ensembles as their guests.
Leading the way was Crown Princess Mary, who personified classic chic in a long belted winter coat.
While her version appeared to be off-white, it bared the same length and style as her guest’s.
The Crown Princess went for a monochrome look by teaming the jacket with all black accessories, including black tights, pointed black heels and a black leather clutch bag.
The royals are pictured here during the official wreath laying ceremony, alongside soldiers and other officials
Crown Princess Mary, 51, and Prince Frederik of Denmark, 55, speak to military personal as they attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Citadel
The royals oozed glamour – as did Letizia in a long belted coat, which served to highlight her tall, lean frame
Letizia’s face was a picture of nude perfection, opting for just a subtle pink lip and a smidge of mascara
Her husband Prince Frederick sported a mid-length navy blue coat, a sky blue shirt and navy blue trousers. He also donned a pair of black leather loafers to match.
The royals appeared focused as they made their way across the grounds during their visit.
The news comes just one day after Queen Letizia was spotted alongside husband King Felipe, 55, as the pair made their way from Madrid Airport to embark on an official state trip to Denmark.
The mother-of-two was the epitome of style in a tailored black wool coat, black cropped trousers and black chunky leather boots.
Perhaps the most eye-catching of her ensemble was a stunning neon green fabric blazer, which featured a v-neck cut and shining gold buttons emblazoned across the front.
The Crown Princess went for a monochrome look by teaming the jacket with all black accessories, including black tights, pointed black heels and a black leather clutch bag
The royals appeared focused as they made their way across the grounds during their visit
The green blazer was cinched ever so slightly at the waist, and served to accentuate her already trim and shapely figure.
The former journalist oozed confidence as she made her way across the grounds in the smart-casual, yet practical look.
Her luscious locks were styled with a side part and neatly tucked away into a bun, while her sleek fringe swept across the front of her face.
For her make-up, she opted for a signature nude base, with just a touch of golden smokey eyeshadow and a smidge of black mascara.
She teamed the look with minimal jewellery, opting for three miniature silver hoop earrings and a silver ring to match.
For the occasion King Felipe donned a dapper black suit, which he matched with a crisp white shirt, a royal blue tie and black leather tie-up shoes.
The royals were all smiles as they made their way on to the steps of the plane just before departing the capital at Terminal T-4 at the Adolfo Suarez Madrid Barajas airport in Madrid.
The delightful couple were also photographed posing with officials and greeted all in attendance.
Their Majesties will pay a state visit to the Kingdom of Denmark from November 6 to November 8, which will serve to highlight and strengthen bilateral ties and relations between the two countries.