Queen Letizia of Spain today visited Ágora Sociocultural Center in A Coruña to announce the winner of Princess Girona Foundation’s award in Social Category for the year 2020.
The FPdGi annually announces the Princess of Girona Foundation Awards with the will to promote and encourage initiative and effort, scientific research and artistic creativity, solidarity and talent development of young entrepreneurs and innovators who show concern for building a world more just in a globalized environment, and they have the ability to take risks and the motivation necessary to induce changes in society.
The foundation presents five awards every year: Princess of Girona Social Foundation Award, Princess of Girona Foundation Award Scientific Research, Princess of Girona Foundation Arts and Letters Award, Princess of Girona Foundation Award Company, International Princess of Girona Foundation Award.
The awards proclamation tour began on February 12, 2020, in Valencia where the name of the new FPdGi Scientific Research Award was announced. Two weeks later (February 28), the FPdGi Tour arrives in A Coruña with the announcement of the FPdGi Social Prize. In this city, a new challenge will be launched for young people. On this occasion, attendees will seek creative solutions to prevent loneliness of the elderly.
Logroño will host on March 12 the proclamation of the Arts and Letters category. Before knowing the name of the new winner, an entrepreneurial challenge will be offered to attendees who will have the opportunity to work as a team to find ideas to create a new world by recycling the old one. The last stop of the Tour will take place on March 26 in Toledo. In this city, the winner of the Company category will be announced and the following challenge will be launched: “Perform more by working better: how to improve productivity at work”.
Today, during the visit Queen Letizia attended an innovative workshop in which 300 young people participated to solve problems with entrepreneurial initiatives from of a disruptive methodology, about the motto: “Home alone: ideas to prevent loneliness of the elderly.”
Doña Letizia received the greeting of the jurors, just before the deliberation and election of the winner in the “Social” category of the FPdGi Prize.
Letizia also attended a screening of a video presentation of the 2020 Proclamations Tour after which an onstage debate was conducted.
The event ended with the screening of the videos “Generación Diálogo” and “Cine Paradiso” and the Queen spoke with the winners, assistants and guests at this ceremony.
Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen chose a very professional look for the event. She debuted a new pine green blazer suit from her go-to label, Carolina Herrera. Thanks to Nuria for the fab id.
The suit consists of Carolina Herrera Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket and Trouser. The $2590 Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket has notch lapels and classic two-button stance. The fully lined piece has a center back vent, button detail on the wrists.
Both pieces were part of label’s Spring Summer 2019 Collection and are now sold out.
Underneath the blazer, she was wearing a metallic green silk top with pine green detailing at the neckline.
Letizia paired the outfit with her Magrit Lissette pumps.
Her Gold & Roses white gold and diamond double dagger earrings and
Karen Hallam ring finished her look.