Spanish Queen Letizia today received audiences at the Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. First, she met with a team representing the Center for Early Childhood and Primary Education “Andalusia”, Fuengirola (Málaga), winner of the Entrepreneur School Award 2018, awarded by the Princess of Girona Foundation for its commitment to teaching innovation and collaborative and cooperative learning.
During the audience, Letizia was informed about the formative aspects of the Center for Infant and Primary Education “Andalusia”, the commitment to teaching innovation and its impact and transcendence.
The Princess of Girona Foundation awarded the Entrepreneur School Award 2018 to the CEIP “Andalucía” of Fuengirola, in recognition of the trajectory of this centre committed to teaching innovation and collaborative and cooperative learning. The FPdGi wants, with this recognition, to spread the task and to promote the visibility of the CEIP “Andalucía”, of Fuengirola, turning it into a reference in the innovative training. With the awarding of the prize to the entrepreneurial school, the Princess of Girona Foundation goes one step further to promote entrepreneurial education in schools. A task that was launched in 2012 through the program “Educate Entrepreneurial Talent” that has already reached more than 400 educational centres throughout Spain.
Later on, Queen received a representation of the Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Publishers (AEEPP) at Palace on the occasion of AEEPP’s 20th anniversary.
The Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Publishers (AEEPP), is a non-profit, independent and democratic business association in its organization and operation. It is an association of Spanish nationality that develops its activity throughout the Spanish territory through its delegations and with broad views in the rest of the world through its partners and other international associations to which it belongs.
It is formed by more than 140 publishing groups and companies, which emit more than a thousand headers, covering all the topics and sectors (general, specialized and professional information) of all the periodicities (daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, yearbooks, special ) and on all channels and media (print, digital, free, paid, multimedia, mobile applications).
The Editors of AEEPP publish, monthly and collectively, more than 4 million copies, with an estimated audience of more than 15 million readers (in newspapers and magazines) and almost 90 million unique visitors (in digital publications), with more of 2,500 direct workers, mostly journalists. And annually, more than 50 million copies, with an estimated audience of over 200 million readers (in newspapers and magazines) and almost 1,000 million unique visitors (in digital publications). The editors of the AEEPP employ more than 2,500 direct workers, mostly journalists.
As always, Letizia chose to keep her look minimal by choosing her favourite label. She was wearing a white top from Hugo Boss that has been part of her wardrobe for a long time.
The top featured a pleated front and peplum hemline with three-quarter sleeves.
Letizia paired the top with a new trouser from the same label. She was wearing light blue Herila Trouser.
The £159 cropped trouser features a slim fit silhouette. The trouser is described as, “crafted in stretch cotton for ultimate comfort. With a slightly cropped and tapered leg, these regular-fit trousers feature French pockets and are detailed with red stitching at the inner waistband for a pop of signature colour.”
Letizia paired the outfit with her nude Prada Leather Pumps.
Her Bvlgari aquamarine hoops and Karen Hallam ring finished her look of the day.
Letizia had a pretty light week workload this week. Stay tuned for next week.
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