Queen Letizia of Spain had a busy morning at the Palace today. She received two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela. First, she met with the representatives of the Spanish Association of Periodical Publications (AEEPP). The association is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The AEEPP, is the largest association of press editors in Spain, it is 20 years old these days, it held its General Constituent Assembly on January 20, 2000. The Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Editorials is a non-profit, independent business association that carries out its activity throughout Spain through its delegations and with a prominent international presence in 11 countries through its partners and other multinational associations through the ones it belongs to.
AEEPP is the largest sectoral association, both in terms of the number of publishers and the number of headlines that its associates edit. The objective of the AEEPP is to represent, manage, promote and defend the rights and interests of the publishing sector and more specifically of the associated publishers with regard to distribution, points of sale, unfair competition, relations with the Administrations, promotion, fairs of the sector, control of the diffusion, negotiation of agreements, new technologies, training, professional deontology, and, ultimately, all those aspects related to the publishing problem.
The Association informed Letizia about the new initiative the “Club Abierto de Editores (CLABE)”. CLABE’s position is to observe the current national crisis – derived from the pandemic. How the situation can be improved, recovered while addressing future issues such as digitization and professional training in new skills digital media, the technical press and its crucial role in the economic and professional sectors, gender equality and freedom of expression as fundamental aspects for social cohesion, as well as changes in the sector’s business model.
Next, Queen Letizia met with the Board of Directors of the International Telephone of Hope Association. The association Directors informed Queen about the various services provided by the association to the Spanish public.
The Association helps people suffering from emotional and mental health while remaining anonymous. They provide personal resources to self-manage the normal pressures of life, as well as making society aware of the importance of taking care of mental and emotional well-being.
The Telephone of Hope emerged in the city of San Juan de Dios, in Alcalá de Guadaira (Seville), for the promotion of comprehensive care of people with physical, mental and sensory dysfunction with a comprehensive approach that addresses educational and rehabilitation, psychological, psychiatric and professional education.
Today it has 29 centres in Spain and has collaboration agreements with related associations in 9 countries in America and Europe.
A video of the day.
For the day, Queen Letizia wore a beautiful combo of red and white. Letizia was wearing a white full sleeve blouse that we first saw n 2013 and still unidentified.
The blouse features intricate embroidery on the bodice and sleeves, slightly puffed shoulders and blouson sleeves.
Today, Queen Letizia again paired it with a red skirt. This time she chose Hugo Boss Selrita Lambskin-leather pencil skirt.
The £369.00 skirt is described as, “A chic pencil skirt by BOSS Womenswear, crafted in lambskin with a super-soft feel. Cut to a straight fit for a flattering silhouette, this sleek skirt is designed with a back vent and smooth lining.”
Letizia paired the outfit with her Lodi Sara ombre pumps.
Her gold bamboo hoops and
Karen Hallam signature ring finished the look.