Queen Letizia attended the “Safe Internet Day” (Safer Internet Day) at the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum in Madrid. The event in Spain has been organized by the Secretary of State for Digital Advance, in collaboration with the National Cybersecurity Institute ( INCIBE ), with the aim of promoting the safe use and positive of digital technologies, especially among children and young people, and their closest environments.
The SID is celebrated on the second day of the second week of the second month of the year and brings together millions of people from all over the world to drive positive changes and raise awareness about Internet security, organizing different events and activities.
The motto for this year was “A better Internet begins with you: together we learn cybersecurity”, which the European Commission has promoted through the INSAFE Network, commemorating on February 11, in more than 100 countries of the world.
This day is not only intended to create a safer Internet but a better Internet, to turn it into space where we all make use of technology in a responsible, respectful, critical and creative way. The SID is aimed at children and young people, parents and guardians, teachers, educators and social workers, as well as companies and policymakers, encouraging them to participate actively in the creation of a better Internet.
During the event, Doña Letizia attended the presentation “Education in ethical digital citizenship. Nothing for teenagers without teenagers ”by the specialist psychologist in educational and health psychology José Antonio Luengo.
More than 200 schoolchildren participate in this day in which the prizes corresponding to the Cyber-honorary of Honor, the writer Rosa Montero; to the Cyber Operator of the Year, José Raúl Elola; and to the contest “Lights, camera … and record your cybersecurity ad!”
Then the Queen toured the exhibition area in which companies and entities show solutions, services and initiatives related to the safe and responsible use of the internet by minors, and had the opportunity to greet students, parents, educators and attending professionals to the day.
Now to What Letizia Wore – For a day that involved hanging out with teenagers and tech people, Letizia chose a very casual yet comfortable look.
Letizia wore Sandro V Neck Silk Shirt that she first wore in October 2019. The $295 shirt from label’s pre-spring 2019 collection features Knife pleats and Flowing drape. It is still available in both black and white.
Queen chose her grey Prince of Wales check skirt from Massimo Dutti that she debuted in January 2019 at the FITUR inauguration.
Letizia paired the outfit with Prada Saffino leather-textured pumps that are still available for $690.
Her Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
and Karen Hallam ring finished the look.
In other news, American media has reported that US President Donald Trump has invited King Felipe and Queen Letizia on official State Visit to the US. The royal couple has accepted the invitation and will be paying a visit on April 21, 2020, that will last two days. The couple last met the US President and First Lady in May 2018.