Queen Letizia attended the Work meeting on the situation of Gender Violence in Spain at the Headquarters of the Government Delegation for Gender Violence in Madrid.
The Queen was informed of the current situation in the country and of the different initiatives promoted for the eradication of this scourge. Likewise, topics of special interest were addressed, such as care for minors, trafficking in women and the resources available.
Their Majesties the Kings visited last July the facilities of the Telephone Service 016 of information and juridical advice in the matter of gender violence. In addition to the telephone number of abbreviated dialing 016, inquiries can be directed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This service offers specialized attention 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is free of charge. The service is provided by a team of operators with specialized training in gender violence. The guarantee of confidentiality always prevails and emergency and urgency calls are sent to the 112 regional centers.
For the day, Queen Letizia chose an outfit the expresses the strong personality of the Ex-Journalist.
She wore her Hugo Boss ‘Mathia-2’ oversize-fit coat in two-tone cheetah print that she first wore a few weeks ago in Mérida.
Underneath the coat, Letizia wore Uterqüe black leather peplum top that she first wore in November 2016.
Letizia paired the top with Hugo Boss ‘Tegy’ black trousers.
Queen carried her Uterqüe black leather studded messenger bag and wore Hugo Boss ‘Staple R100-C’ black crocodile-embossed pumps.
Her graceful 18K white gold and diamond Chanel ‘Comète’ earrings finished today’s look.