Queen Letizia dons ‘signature ring’ worth up to £724 in gothic black and gray outfit

Queen Letizia of Spain, 50, went out today to attend the meeting of the Board of Directors of the FAD Youth Foundation. The royal looked stylish in a darker outfit than what she usually wears.

Queen Letizia today wore a gray dress with cow collar, black overcoat and black suede heeled boots. The Queen Consort also wore her medium Mauska ‘Rosario’ bag in black today, which she debuted in 2021.

The bag retails for €345, or around £300.70. The description reads: “Quality has been Mauska’s top priority since its inception in 2018 and Rosario’s model was not going to be less, it was expertly crafted by expert craftsmen in Spain.

“It is adorned with the house’s signature plaque. It opens to an interior large enough to store your phone, wallet, keys and cosmetics.

“It is equipped with an interior zipped pocket and a zipped pocket on the back for easy access to the essentials.

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“Carry it by its twisted top handle or attach the longer shoulder strap to wear it cross-body.”

This unique black leather bag from Mauska features a zip closure, back zip pocket, long detachable and adjustable shoulder strap and double leather handles.

Queen Letizia could also be seen accessorizing with her unique gold ring, which she is rarely seen without.

Letizia’s stunning oval ring has been worn many times throughout her reign, and royal fans will be delighted to be able to purchase it quite easily.


Often, she chooses not to wear other rings, which allows the jewelry to stand out.

The gold-plated solid silver ring is signed Karen Hallam, a Spanish brand created by a designer from London.

The ‘Signature Ring’, as it’s known, retails for between £93 and £724, depending on the size of the ring you buy.

There are also plenty of dupes royal fans can buy, including one from & Other Stories for just £13.

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She has been seen wearing it in Japan, Madrid and Cuba, and many royal commentators have described the piece of jewelry as Queen Letizia’s favorite ring.

An original golden design with an oval shape created by Karen Hallam, the ring has gained noticeable popularity.

According to Spanish magazine Telva, Letizia loves this ring so much because her daughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, gave it to her.

The two princesses would have saved enough between them to collect the 114 euros that it cost to buy the gift. It’s unclear if they bought it online or from the Madrid store.

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