Today Queen Letizia of Spain attended the second engagement of the week. She was present at the working meeting of Spanish Red Cross at its headquarters in Madrid.
The Spanish Red Cross has more than 200,000 volunteers and more than 1400 points of service throughout the country, which allow more than 4 million people to be served annually with the support of +1,360,000 partners, companies and allies.
Internationally, the Spanish Red Cross has been present in 54 countries with a total of 294 International Cooperation and Emergency projects in 2018, deploying a total of 145 delegates with different profiles, to help more than 6.4 million people.
The Spanish Red Cross belongs to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, always acting under its seven Fundamental Principles: Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Character, Unity and Universality
The meeting was held to discuss three different projects of the organization “Own Space” (Education); “Shelters for Women and children” (Social Inclusion) and the “Entre Mujeres” (Employment) project.
After the meeting, Doña Letizia toured three explanatory panels of the projects presented at the meeting.
The Spanish Red Cross handles almost 20000 cases of gender-based violence and provides shelter and other resources to the victims of the gender-based violence.
Now to what Letizia wore – Queen Letizia debut a new professional look today.
She was wearing a Boss Jalorra Glenc Check Prince of Wales print tailored suit that contains a blazer and a flared trouser. The suit is a new piece in her wardrobe.
Upon arrival, Queen was wearing her beige Felipe Varela long coat.
Letizia paired the outfit with her black Magrit Pumps and was carrying her Hugo Boss ‘Fanila’ calfskin clutch.
Her Gold bamboo earrings and
Karen Hallam ring finished the look.