Today Queen Letizia of Spain started her working week with a board meeting of Foundation for Drug Addiction Assistance at the Headquarters of the CEOE in Madrid.
Queen Letizia is the honorary president of the “Foundation for Drug Addiction Assistance”. During the meeting, the action plan for 2020 was presented and a discussion of the results of the fiscal year 2019 was held.
Established in 1986, the Anti-Drug Addiction Foundation is a private, non-profit, non-denominational and independent institution of all political affiliations, charitable and welfare, and endowed with category II consultative status in the United Nations Economic and Social Council. The FAD has as its main mission to prevent the drug use and other risky behaviours that impede or hinder the personal and social development of adolescents.
FAD works in Latin America, especially in Central America, since 1995. Since then, more than 150 Development Cooperation projects have been developed in collaboration with different entities, in 11 different countries – in addition to Development Education projects in Spain – and reaching more than 1.5 million beneficiaries.
Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen Letizia debuted a new style today. She wore Uterque Black Sweater with Embroidered Shoulders from label’s fall/winter 2019 collection.
The $130 knitted sweater with embroidered detail on the shoulders features a high Perkins neckline, long sleeves, contrast piped seams on the cuffs and collar, and ribbed trims.
Letizia paired the sweater with a black cropped trouser already part of her wardrobe and a snake-skin belt.
She chose her old metallic Magrit pumps for the day.
Her Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
And Karen Hallam ring finished the look.