After touring the Palma on Tuesday and Thursday, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain were back in Madrid. They attended Princess Girona foundation meeting along with Princess of Asturias and Girona Leonor and Infanta Sofia.
The virtual meeting was attended by the winner of the FPdGi 2020 Awards, in which the President and the Director of the Princess of Girona Foundation, Francisco Belil and Monica Margarit. This year’s awards were presented in 4 categories: FPdGi Arts and Letters Award 2020, FPdGi Company 2020 Award, FPdGi Social 2020 and FPdGi International Award 2020.
The meeting with King Felipe introducing Princess Leonor who greeted the winners with a few words in Catalan and said that she is sad that Prize delivery cannot be held on the usual dates due to the current circumstances of the pandemic.
The FPdGi is a private foundation, established by civil society in Girona in 2009, promoted by 88 first-rate patrons. Princess of Asturias holds the Honorary Presidency and King Felipe usually represents on behalf of his daughter the Princess of Asturias and Girona. The foundation aspires to be a benchmark at the state level in supporting young people in their professional and personal development, putting a special interest in detecting talented young people who serve as contemporary references for other young people (FPdGi Awards), launching programs for improving employability (Talent Rescuers Program) and educational innovation in the training of trainers (Educating Entrepreneur Talent). In 2019, the FPdGi allocated 2.8 million euros to programs for the benefit of young people.
Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen Letizia of Spain wore Mango Dolman Sleeve Blouse.
The $49.99 blouse has a round neckline with short batwing sleeves and concealed button fastening. The blouse came in three shades.
Letizia paired the blouse with her bezel stud earrings
and Karen Hallam ring.
Princess Leonor wore Massimo Dutti white polka dot top.
Infanta Sofia wore Short Sleeves Striped Cotton Shirt