Queen Letizia of Spain today finished the royal week with two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. In the morning, Letizia received the representatives of the Association “VISUAL TEAF” a national non-profit association, formed by families affected by the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (TEAF), which fight for the rights of the group.
TEAF is a set of disorders caused by alcohol consumption by the mother during pregnancy. Alcohol affects the development of the nervous system during pregnancy and can also damage other organs that are developing.
This association brings together united families to improve the quality of life of children, adolescents and young people who have suffered Early Adversity and defend their rights and try to realize any project that involves an improvement in the quality of life of families with children and girls with cognitive diversity, paying special attention to TEAF.
Later in the day, Letizia met with the representative from the Federation of Celiac Associations of Spain (FACE) that defends the rights of celiac people to improve their quality of life.
The main objective of FACE is to coordinate the effort and work done by its member associations to defend their rights, with a view to unity of action and for a better achievement of common goals.
It works to improve the quality of life of celiac people and achieve their social integration. Carry out this work through direct support to celiac people and their families by means of campaigns to disseminate and raise awareness, research and food security.
Now to what Letizia wore – Queen Letizia kept her look of the day simple yet elegant and wore Hugo Boss Kalocca Shirt Dress.
The €499 viscose dress with floral print in burgundy and orange featured smocked yoke waistline and an asymmetrical hemline, a turned-down collar and belt with D-ring closure. We first saw the dress in December 2019.
Letizia paired the dress with her rust Magrit suede and leather tiled pumps.