January is usually a slow week on the royal front. We do not get many out of the glass activities and Queen Letizia of Spain’s schedule this week is proof of that. The Spanish Queen today received two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid.
First, she received a representation of the Federation of Cinematographic Distributors in order to know the situation of the film industry and the main challenges of the sector led by its president and CEO, Estela García-Moreno Artacho.
The Federation of Cinematographic Distributors (FEDICINE) is a non-profit organization that pursues the defence and representation of the interests of the film distribution sector in Spanish territory before the administrations, as well as, before other associations, agents and associations of the sector.
FEDICINE was established as a professional association in February 1988, representing more than 90 per cent of the Spanish distribution sector. FEDICINE is composed of distributors Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, Universal, Fox, Paramount, Disney, eOne and A countercurrent.
Later Queen Letizia meet with the representatives of the “Fiscal Soledad Cazorla Prieto” Scholarship Fund of the Women Foundation, with the objective of knowing first-hand the Scholarship Fund for orphaned minors of women victims of death due to gender-based violence.
Fundación Mujeres is a non-profit non-governmental organization that works in the different areas including social, political, economic and cultural, with the aim of achieving equal opportunities Be real and effective. Its mission is to contribute to the social and political change necessary to ensure that equality between women and men is real and effective in all areas of life and, in this way, improve the social situation, quality of life and full rights Women’s.
The foundation helps the children of the victims of the gender-based violence to cover their education expenses or activities to reinforce school performance or psychological support of minors or for the development of university studies or vocational training for adults.
Now to What Letizia Wore- Queen Letizia chose a simple yet stunning look for the day.
She wore red Hugo Boss Banora blouse with pleated neckline.
Queen was wearing a black belt on skirt that is still unidentified.
Letizia teamed up the blouse with Black Carolina Herrera midi skirt with red, white and blue floral embroidery on it that we first saw in November 2019.
This time Queen Letizia chose her black Steve Madden Dominique suede boots.
Letizia finished her look with her gold Huggie hoops that were debuted in 2019 during Cuba visit and
of course, her Karen Hallam ring.