Today Queen Letizia of Spain attended a working meeting with the Board of Directors of the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (FEDER) at FEDER headquarters in Madrid.
Letizia was seen arriving carrying a handful of documents that looked like meeting agendas and reports.
The meeting was held to discuss the work plan of the organization in 2018 and as a prelude to the World Day of Rare Diseases, which is celebrated on February 28 under the slogan “Let’s build TODAY for TOMORROW”.
FEDER and its Foundation work to promote research in rare diseases. The FEDER action plan this year contemplates, in addition to research, work on access to diagnosis, treatment, and health care. All of them make up the areas that were addressed in the III EUROPEAN Conference whose conclusions were presented to the Queen.
Letizia once again brought the colorful look from her wardrobe back. She recycled her Hugoboss ensemble that was debuted during Portugal’s visit in November 2016 and we recently saw it during her visit to Joma Sport along with King Felipe VI.
The ensemble contains Colorblock Wool Blend Colorina Coat. A virgin wool blend creates the luxe feel of a colour block notch lapel coat.
And ‘Malivi’ Colorblock A-Line striking tricolour skirt. Its design sets apart a polished skirt tailored from wool-blend twill with a kiss of cashmere softness.
Underneath the coat, Letizia wore an orange virgin wool ‘ Foebe’ sleeveless Boss sweater with a high neck. The sweater is currently available at SaksFifthAvenue for $55.
Letizia carried camel-colored ‘Luxury Staple C’ Calfskin Clutch with Chain Strap from Hugo Boss. The envelope clutch with Foldover snap closure is available in black color for $291.99.
Once again Queen Letizia chose her HogoBoss camel-colored leather block heel this week.
Keeping the jewelry to a minimum, Letizia wore square diamond earrings that we are seeing since her marriage to King Felipe. The label of the earrings is still unknown.