Today Queen Letizia of Spain president of the Council of the Royal Board of Disability presided over the Meeting of the Council of the Institution and delivers The Queen Letizia awards at El Pardo.
Royal Board on Disability is an autonomous body attached to the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, whose aims are to promote the prevention of deficiencies, rehabilitation and social inclusion of people with disabilities; exchange and collaboration between the different Public Administrations, as well as between them and the private sector, both nationally and internationally.
The award is delivered in 5 different categories.
Upon arrival, Queen was greeted by the Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality and president of the Royal Board on Disability, Dolors Monserrat, Minister of Finance and Public Administration.
For the meeting, Queen Letizia brought Felipe Varela Tweed skirt suit back that she wore on National Day Celebration this year.
The blue-grey tweed coat has a belted jacket and a matching box-pleated skirt detailed with a hand-embroidered floral motif on the front and back.
Letizia today paired her look with Magrit black Mila patent leather pumps. Bvlgari diamond and aquamarine white gold hoop earrings finished the look.
Letizia was carrying Felipe Varela ocean blue leather clutch with Swarovski crystals detailing flap.