Queen Letizia visited the Royal Monastery of the Incarnation to see the reforms carried by the Monastery to facilitate the people with physical and visual disabilities.
The reforms are carried out jointly by the Royal Board on Disability, the National Heritage Board and the ACS Foundation. During the visit, Queen was informed about the facilities.
She also visited the Nave of the Church, antesacristía and Mother room, Mariana.
The reform works aim to eliminate the barriers that prevent “universal accessibility”, as well as the installation of resources and tools for access to information and communication for people with visual disabilities (typological models) or auditory (magnetic loop).
Queen Letizia observing the facilities during the visit.
Before leaving Letizia held a brief meeting with Church staff.
For the day, Queen chose to bring back green Sandro Long Dress with Scarf Print that we first saw in December 2018 at the International Congress.
The flowing midi dress featured all-over scarf print with Long sleeves and wrap-style neckline, pleated underskirt and Concealed zip fastening on the side.
Keeping the spring chill away, Queen draped her A-line belted black Carolina Herrera coat on her shoulders.
She paired the outfit with her black Prada Saffino Pumps.
And carried her black Hugo Boss ‘Fanila’ clutch.
To finish the look Letizia chose Gold & Roses double dagger earrings.