Queen Letizia of Spain flew to Mexico City on 13th November to attend a working meeting of Mexican Red Cross at its national headquarters.
Letizia met with officials and volunteers of the institution, to learn about the humanitarian operation that was deployed after the earthquakes of September 7 and 19 and held a meeting with people rescued from the rubble and attended a meeting at the Polanco Mexican Red Cross Hospital.
Queen was informed about the humanitarian work that the institution carried out in the affected states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Mexico City, Morelos, Puebla, Guerrero, State of Mexico and Tlaxcala.
The working visit began with a sample of the process of classification, preparation and packaging of pantries and kits for babies explaining the process of the provisions that were distributed to the people affected in the different states of the country.
Then Queen, attended a meeting in the room of the National Council of Directors of the institution, with personnel of the Mexican Red Cross and officials of the Governments of Spain and Mexico, where the humanitarian actions that were carried out during the earthquakes of September 7 and 19 were discussed.
Fernando Suinaga, president of the Mexican Red Cross, reported that so far, the Mexican Red Cross has sent more than 4,487 tons of humanitarian aid, which has benefited more than one million people in eight states of the country, with the support of 31,000 volunteers, 12,000 of them, in Mexico City.
After the meeting, Letizia moved to the Auditorium of the National Headquarters, where she had a meeting with a representation of paramedics, nurses, doctors, assistance personnel, the rescue of wounded and volunteers, who participated in the work attention, search and rescue of people.
The Mexican Red Cross is a private assistance humanitarian institution, part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, dedicated to preventing and alleviating human suffering to improve the living conditions of individuals and communities, fostering a self-protection culture through voluntary action.
For the beginning of the 2 days visit, Queen chose a classy professional look from Hugo Boss.
She chose Checked-cotton ‘Karolie’ jacket with fringing. The ‘Karolie’ jacket is described as a detailed, characterful suit separate in soft cotton canvas feminine, the straight-fit piece has a detailed, modern check and fringed edging at the placket. It is finished with exclusive gold-tone buttons at the front and a contemporary collarless silhouette.
Letizia paired the jacket with Regular-fit navy Acrylic trousers in yarn-dyed fabric from Hugo Boss. This crisp pair features a pin-tuck pleat, side slash pockets, a regular rise and a button-and-hook closure. The trouser is retailing at £159.00.
Queen was seen carrying Loewe Large Double Pouch navy blue bag.
Letizia chose blue suede court shoe from Massimo Dutti. Court shoes with a blue suede finish and black fabric toe cap detail. They feature leather lining and insoles and a metallic front detail on the heel and currently available on the official store for £79.95.
Her Chanel Comète Earrings complimented the whole look. The elegant earrings are available for USD 5900.