Queen Letizia today started her week by presiding over the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for Help against Drug Addiction and presented the Prize for the “Magistral Action 2017” to two educational projects in Galicia and La Rioja at BBVA city Madrid.
Upon arrival, Queen was welcomed by the President of the foundation and in meeting different agendas of the foundations was discussed.
After the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the FAD, the Queen moved to the Assembly Hall where the ceremony of the act of delivery of the “Magistral Action 2017” awards ceremony began.
The Prize for the “Magistral Action 2017” is a contest that the FAD, BBVA and the Spanish Commission of UNESCO convenes with the aim of distinguishing and publicizing educational projects promoting social values.
Later in the day, Letizia joined King Felipe VI in the lunch offered to the His Excellencies the President of the Republic of Ecuador, Mr Lenin Moreno, and Mrs Rocío González de Moreno.
The President of Ecuador and his wife are on an official visit to Spain. They were welcomed by the Spanish Royal couple at the royal palace of Madrid.
When she arrived at BBVA city She was seen wearing her Hugo Boss ‘Canika1’ belted wool coat.
She wore Felipe Varela monochrome dress. The white wool crepe dress features a black and grey floral motif, buttoned front, banded waist, and is finished with a Peter Pan collar.
Letizia debuted this dress in 2012 then repeated it in 2013 and again wore it in 2014 before today.
Queen paired the outfit with Tous white gold bezel set diamonds and Australian pearl earrings and wore Lodi black patent leather lounges with hidden platform.
Letizia was seen carrying her Nina Ricci ‘Arc’ black leather clutch.