Queen Letizia kept it Professionally Casual for Audience at Palace

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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Spanish Queen Letizia today received audiences at the Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. First, she met with a team representing the Center for Early Childhood and Primary Education “Andalusia”, Fuengirola (Málaga), winner of the Entrepreneur School Award 2018, awarded by the Princess of Girona Foundation for its commitment to teaching innovation and collaborative and cooperative learning.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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During the audience, Letizia was informed about the formative aspects of the Center for Infant and Primary Education “Andalusia”, the commitment to teaching innovation and its impact and transcendence.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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The Princess of Girona Foundation awarded the Entrepreneur School Award 2018 to the CEIP “Andalucía” of Fuengirola, in recognition of the trajectory of this centre committed to teaching innovation and collaborative and cooperative learning. The FPdGi wants, with this recognition, to spread the task and to promote the visibility of the CEIP “Andalucía”, of Fuengirola, turning it into a reference in the innovative training.  With the awarding of the prize to the entrepreneurial school, the Princess of Girona Foundation goes one step further to promote entrepreneurial education in schools. A task that was launched in 2012 through the program “Educate Entrepreneurial Talent” that has already reached more than 400 educational centres throughout Spain.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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Later on, Queen received a representation of the Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Publishers (AEEPP) at Palace on the occasion of AEEPP’s 20th anniversary.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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The Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Publishers (AEEPP), is a non-profit, independent and democratic business association in its organization and operation. It is an association of Spanish nationality that develops its activity throughout the Spanish territory through its delegations and with broad views in the rest of the world through its partners and other international associations to which it belongs.

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It is formed by more than 140 publishing groups and companies, which emit more than a thousand headers, covering all the topics and sectors (general, specialized and professional information) of all the periodicities (daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, yearbooks, special ) and on all channels and media (print, digital, free, paid, multimedia, mobile applications).

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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The Editors of AEEPP publish, monthly and collectively, more than 4 million copies, with an estimated audience of more than 15 million readers (in newspapers and magazines) and almost 90 million unique visitors (in digital publications), with more of 2,500 direct workers, mostly journalists. And annually, more than 50 million copies, with an estimated audience of over 200 million readers (in newspapers and magazines) and almost 1,000 million unique visitors (in digital publications). The editors of the AEEPP employ more than 2,500 direct workers, mostly journalists.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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As always, Letizia chose to keep her look minimal by choosing her favourite label. She was wearing a white top from Hugo Boss that has been part of her wardrobe for a long time.

Queen Letizia wore white hugo boss top
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The top featured a pleated front and peplum hemline with three-quarter sleeves.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace wearing white top and blue trouser from hugoboss
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Letizia paired the top with a new trouser from the same label. She was wearing light blue Herila Trouser.

Hugo Boss Herila Light Blue Trouser
Hugo Boss Herila Light Blue Trouser

The £159 cropped trouser features a slim fit silhouette. The trouser is described as, “crafted in stretch cotton for ultimate comfort. With a slightly cropped and tapered leg, these regular-fit trousers feature French pockets and are detailed with red stitching at the inner waistband for a pop of signature colour.”

Prada Pinty-toe Leather Pumps
Prada Pointy-toe Leather Pumps

Letizia paired the outfit with her nude Prada Leather Pumps.

Queen Letizia Bvlgari diamond and aquamarine white gold hoop earrings
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Her Bvlgari aquamarine hoops and Karen Hallam ring finished her look of the day.

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Ring
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Letizia had a pretty light week workload this week. Stay tuned for next week.

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Queen Letizia Brought Back the Stunning Look from Argentina for Foundation Meeting

Queen Letizia in Familiar Stunning Boss Green Dress for Foundation Meeting
Queen Letizia in Familiar Stunning Boss Green Dress for Foundation Meeting
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Today King Felipe and Queen Letizia presided over the Princess of Asturias foundation meeting at the Royal Palace of El Pardo in Madrid.

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The royal couple was received by the President of the Principality of Asturias, Javier Fernández and by the President of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, Luis Fernández-Vega.

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The Princess of Asturias Foundation was established on September 24, 1980, in Oviedo in an act presided over by the then Prince Felipe, who was accompanied by King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia. Its main objectives are to consolidate the existing links between the Principality and the Princess of Asturias and to contribute to the exaltation and promotion of all scientific, cultural and humanistic values that are universal heritage. After the proclamation of Prince Felipe as King of Spain on June 19, 2014, Felipe and Letizia’s elder daughter Leonor -the Princess of Asturias, holds the Presidency of Honor, while the vice president of honour is occupied by the President of the Principality of Asturias.

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The Board of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, which is composed of a score of personalities, is responsible for establishing the activities to be developed, approve budgets, set performance criteria, etc. for the foundation. In addition, the institution has a board of an advisory and honorary nature, the Princess of Asturias Board of Trustees, which includes all those people or institutions that collaborate in one way or another with the objectives of the foundation. Finally, there are also the Protective Members of the entity, most of them closely linked to the Principality of Asturias, and who also contribute to the economic sustainability of the Foundation.

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Each year, since 1981, the institution distinguishes with its awards the scientific, technical, cultural, social and human work carried out by people, work teams or institutions in the international field, in the following eight categories: Communication and Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts, Letters, Scientific and Technical Research, International Cooperation, Concord and Sports. As a totally private and non-profit organization, the institution is nourished by the income from its patrimony and from the grants and donations that each year contribute, both the members of its patronages, as well as persons or organizations that collaborate regularly or circumstantially with it.

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Agenda of the meeting was to welcome the new Patrons and the members of the Patronages. Then a video about the most important activities of the Foundation was projected. Addressing the meeting Felipe welcomed the new patrons and said,” as you can understand, for the Queen and for me the foundation has a very special meaning -especially emotional”.

Queen Letizia in Familiar Stunning Boss Green Dress for Foundation Meeting
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Palace announced in the early days of June that Princess Leonor along with her sister Infanta Sofia will join her this year for the first time at the ceremonies of Princess of Asturias Awards in October and the Princess of Girona Awards in November.

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For the day, Queen brought back her Boss Dadoria Belted Sheath Dress that she debuted in March this year at the start of Argentina visit.

Boss Dadoria Belted Sheath Dress
Boss Dadoria Belted Sheath Dress

The stunning sleeveless dress features a round neckline, removable channel-stitched buckle belt, belt loops, side slit pockets, centre-front vent with seam detailing on the bodice and concealed back zip closure. The dress is still available online on Nordstrom for $326.

Queen Letizia wore nude pumps

Once again, Letizia paired the dress with contrast nude accessories and pumps. She was wearing Magrit nude pumps that we saw first during Morocco visit in February 2019.

Magrit Cara Clutch Bag
Magrit Cara Clutch Bag

She was carrying a Magrit Cara Clutch. The €290 bag features a knotted detail in the front with top zip closure.  Due to the lack of clear pictures I could not identify Letizia’s earrings.

Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings
Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings

Her Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings and Karen Hallam ring finished the look.

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Ring
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Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro Dress for the V edition of the Discapnet Awards

Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro dress for award ceremony
Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro dress for award ceremony
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Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the delivery of the V edition of the “Discapnet Awards for Accessible Technologies”, presented by the ONCE Foundation,  the Beatriz auditorium in Madrid today.

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The objective of these awards is to recognize the contribution of people, entities or organizations that carry out initiatives and actions in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) applied to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities, and that they have developed a continuous work in the field of ICT accessibility.

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During the ceremony, the company “Inclusive Flamenco José Galán” presented the show “Real dreams of possible bodies”, once the performance was over,  a video about the Discapnet awards and the winners of this year was screened.

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Queen Letizia presented the awards to the winners. The awards are presented in three categories A, B and C. Category A is the Prize for the best product or service based on technologies for improving the quality of life of people with disabilities and the winner is the Irisbond Duo that provides technical support to blind people.

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Category B Prize is for the person, company, entity or organization that has most stood out for its continued trajectory in terms of improving access to technology and was given to a European Commission – Immaculate Placencia.

Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro dress for award ceremony
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Category C Award recognizes the project of entrepreneurship with social impact for the improvement of the quality of life of people with disabilities through technology and won by Marsi Care.

Queen Letizia in Floral Sandro dress for award ceremony
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The awards in categories A and B are endowed with € 5000 in each of the categories and the prize in category C with € 20,000, which must be entirely allocated by the winner to the development of the award-winning project.

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For the day, Queen Letizia chose a beautiful floral Sandro All-Over Print Long Silk Dress that she debuted at the XI Call for Social Projects of Banco Santander in May this year.

Sandro All-Over Print Long Silk Dress
Sandro All-Over Print Long Silk Dress

The dress featured an all-over blue, white and yellow print, a gathered neckline, cuffed sleeves.

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Letizia topped the outfit with a black belt.

Queen Letizia Magrit Python Pumps
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She paired the outfit with her Leather Magrit pumps that we first saw in April 2018 to welcome the President of Portugal.

Magrit Hawa Clutch
Magrit Hawa Clutch

and carried her Magrit Hawa clutch.

Coolook Rain Collection Gold Hoops
Coolook Rain Collection Gold Hoops

Her Coolook Rain Collection Gold Hoops

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Ring
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and Karen Hallam gold-plated sterling silver signature ring that has become a sort of a staple in her look these days finished the look.

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