Queen Letizia of Spain attended the 2nd meeting of the Network of Direct Care Centers and Specialized Services of the Spanish Federation for Rare Diseases (FEDER) at the Sense Barreres daycare centre in Petrer, Alicante. Queen Letizia is the Honorary President of FEDER. The meeting was held to discuss the work carried out by the 12 entities that make up this network through its 16 direct care centres and specialized services for people with rare diseases, without diagnosis and their families.
Outside the Center, there were hundreds of well-wishers waiting for the Queen. Letizia spent some time talking to the members of the public before heading towards the centre for the day’s event.
At the centre, the day began with a tour of an exhibition of panels on direct care centres, with explanations of the Center’s functions. She was able to observe first-hand several classrooms and the multi-sensory room. The care centres and specialized services, promoted by FEDER, aim to generate a social health model that provides comprehensive care for people with rare diseases or in search of a diagnosis through the promotion of quality professional services of the associative movement.
Currently, this network is made up of 12 entities of the FEDER associative movement that have 16 service centres throughout the Spanish geography to respond to the needs of the group.
Queen Letizia waved to the crowd before leaving.
Now to What Queen Letizia Wore – Queen Letizia of Spain kept her look simple and professional with a black and grey combination.
Letizia was wearing the black coat that she first wore earlier this month at the meeting of the Royal Spanish Academy.
The Queen brought her Pedro Del Hierro Houndstooth Belted Midi Dress that she first wore in January 2022 during the Vienna visit. The €229 Printed midi dress features a round neckline and long sleeves with cuffs and comes with a matching belt and has a front closure with buttons hidden by a flap.
Letizia paired the outfit with her new black block-heel boots that she wore earlier this month in Greece.
The surprise element of today’s outfit was her white gold and diamond the Cordovan Jewellers Association of San Eloyi earrings. The earrings were made using the traditional Cordoban filigree technique. In 2004, just after few months after her marriage, Letizia joined her husband Felipe for a visit to the southern city of Cordoba. The newly married Royal received the earrings as a gift from the city at that time.
Her Coreterno ring was not missing either.