King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain with their two daughters Princess of Asturias, Leonor, and Infanta Sofia are in Girona for the annual Princess of Girona Foundation awards. The Royal family has been undertaking various engagements together and on their own to celebrate the annual event.
Yesterday, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia visited Dali Theatre Museum.
Today in the morning, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia, attended the code.org workshop.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia this morning held a meeting with the members of the Advisory Council of the Princess of Girona Foundation at the Mansion Albéniz. The Advisory Council of the Princess of Girona Foundation was headed by the members of the Foundation: the president, the secretary, and the CEO, Salvador Tasqué.
Today, in addition, some of the projects developed by young people during the Talent Tour were shown along with the other activities that were carried out during the first half of the year by the foundation.
Then, the Royal couple headed towards the gardens of the mansion where Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia participated in the workshop.
The last activity of the day before the award ceremony was the meeting with the winners of previous editions of the Princess of Girona Foundation awards of previous.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia along with the Princess of Asturias and of Girona and the Infanta Doña Sofía met with 35 winners of the Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi), in previous editions.
For the first time, the juries of experts awarded all five awards of the foundation to women candidates. The winners of this edition, recognize the careers of the actress, playwright, and producer María Hervás (in the Arts category and Letters); the engineer Elisenda Bou-Balust (Company category); the physicist and researcher Eleonora Viezzer (Scientific Research); the psychologist and social entrepreneur Claudia Tecglen (Social category) and the conservationist Trang Nguyen (International Award).
Empathy, commitment, determination, hope, and courage are some of the qualities shared by the five 2022 awardees, values that align with those of the Foundation that promote equal opportunities, sustainability, and social impact. The Princess of Girona Foundation Awards, endowed with 20,000 euros and a sculpture designed exclusively by Juan Zamora (Arts and Letters Award 2017), have the objective of positioning an entire community of young people who want to lead their personal and professional development and generate a positive impact.
Letizia was wearing a $135 COS gathered midi dress in an off-white shade. Thanks to UfoNoMore for sharing the id. Made from soft modal with a cotton lining, this cream-hued midi dress is elevated with short puff sleeves and a gathered waist that creates soft pleating for movement and features round neckline and side seam pockets.
The Queen paired the outfit with Mint & Roses Sardinia wedges.
She was wearing her gold hoops
and her Karen Hallam ring.
Next we will see the Royal Family at the Awards ceremony in the evening.