King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain are in Girona with their daughters Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia for the annual Princess of Girona Foundation awards. Princes Leonor holds the title of Princess of Asturias and Girona as the heiress to the Spanish Throne and is 1st in line. The foundation awards are an annual event where the either the King or Princess of Asturias have been presenting the awards.
This year’s awards and events were hosted at the Camiral Hotel in Caldes de Malavella. Ahead of the award ceremony, King Felipe and Queen Letizia together with the Princess of Asturias and of Girona and the Infanta Sofía held a meeting with winners of previous editions of the Princess of Girona Foundation Awards.
Earlier in the morning, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia chaired the meeting of the Advisory Council. During the meeting, the Report “Paths that Converge: young people and companies facing the Challenge of Talent” was discovered. The Foundation has been presenting these awards since 2010 to young talented people who are doing outstanding work in their own fields.
While King and Queen were in a meeting, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofia undertook a separate engagement – Both Princesses participated in a workshop concert by AmplificARTE. It is an educational project that uses music as a transversal discipline and a tool to work on the personal development and emotional well-being of young people.
This initiative, promoted by the Princess of Girona Foundation and Art House Academy, has reached 25 educational centres throughout Spain and has impacted more than 16,000 young people throughout the 2022-2023 academic year.
In the final part of the workshop, King Felipe and Queen Letizia joined their daughters and met with the young talents participating in the workshop.
In the evening, The Royals will be presiding over the annual award ceremony.
What Queen Letizia wore at the Princess of Girona Foundation event
- Hugo Boss Crinkle-Effect Cotton Midi Dress (New – Thanks to Nuria for the id)
- Gold & Roses Luzia 2 Stars Earrings – (Repeat – June 2023)
- Coreterno Amor Che Tutto Move Ring- (Repeat – Debuted January 2023)
- Toni Pons Laia-NT Espadrille Wedges – (New – Thanks to UfoNoMore for the id)
Queen Letizia of Spain chose a stylish casual link with Hugo Boss Crinkle-Effect Cotton Midi Dress. The sold-out dress was described as “A contemporary dress by BOSS Womenswear, designed with a midi length and an A-line skirt to create a flattering shape”. The sleeveless dress featured a crinkle effect adding textural impact, topstitched cutlines and a buttoned belt for extra definition at the waist.
Letizia teamed up the outfit with the Gold & Roses Luzia 2 Stars Earrings that she debuted in June when she welcomed Queen Rania in Madrid.
Another new element of the look was Toni Pons Laia-NT Espadrille Wedges.
Her Coreterno ring was not missing.
What Princess Leonor wore at the Princess of Girona Foundation event
- Maje Rilaneta Dress – (Thanks to LetiziaRoyalFashionLook for the id)
- Calzados Picon Letizia Wedges – (Repeat – Queen Letizia debuted them in July 2020)
The Princess of Asturias, Leonor, looked gorgeous in a chic Maje Rilaneta Dress. The €275 dress featured a V-neckline, short sleeves, tie waist, all-over floral print.
She paired it with Calzados Picon Letizia Wedges. Queen Letizia first wore the €80 pair in July 2020. It’s not the first time we saw Princess Leonor sharing her mother’s wardrobe.
What Infanta Sofia wore at the Princess of Girona Foundation event
- Polín et Moi Kalila Dress – (New – Thanks to LetiziaRoyalFashionLook for the id)
- Macarena Java34 Beige Wedges – (Repeat – Sofia debuted them in August 2021)
Infanta Sofia wore Polín et Moi Kalila Dress. The €59.95 dress was described as a “Short dress with floral print in Atlantic colour. The front neckline is peak and cross-over to the waist. Short sleeve finished in a ruffle. Straight body design.”
Sofia was wearing her Macarena Java34 Wedges. The €74.90 wedges are described as “Wedge platform espadrille made of linen colour beige. With ribbons“.