Queen Letizia donned a professional look for Princess Girona Foundation’s Social Awards announcement

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category

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Queen Letizia of Spain today visited Ágora Sociocultural Center in A Coruña to announce the winner of Princess Girona Foundation’s award in Social Category for the year 2020.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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The FPdGi annually announces the Princess of Girona Foundation Awards with the will to promote and encourage initiative and effort, scientific research and artistic creativity, solidarity and talent development of young entrepreneurs and innovators who show concern for building a world more just in a globalized environment, and they have the ability to take risks and the motivation necessary to induce changes in society.

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The foundation presents five awards every year: Princess of Girona Social Foundation Award, Princess of Girona Foundation Award Scientific Research, Princess of Girona Foundation Arts and Letters Award, Princess of Girona Foundation Award Company, International Princess of Girona Foundation Award.

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The awards proclamation tour began on February 12, 2020, in Valencia where the name of the new FPdGi Scientific Research Award was announced. Two weeks later (February 28), the FPdGi Tour arrives in A Coruña with the announcement of the FPdGi Social Prize. In this city, a new challenge will be launched for young people. On this occasion, attendees will seek creative solutions to prevent loneliness of the elderly.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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Logroño will host on March 12 the proclamation of the Arts and Letters category. Before knowing the name of the new winner, an entrepreneurial challenge will be offered to attendees who will have the opportunity to work as a team to find ideas to create a new world by recycling the old one. The last stop of the Tour will take place on March 26 in Toledo. In this city, the winner of the Company category will be announced and the following challenge will be launched: “Perform more by working better: how to improve productivity at work”.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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Today, during the visit Queen Letizia attended an innovative workshop in which 300 young people participated  to solve problems with entrepreneurial initiatives from of a disruptive methodology, about the motto: “Home alone: ​​ideas to prevent loneliness of the elderly.”

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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Doña Letizia received the greeting of the jurors, just before the deliberation and election of the winner in the “Social” category of the FPdGi Prize.

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Letizia also attended a screening of a video presentation of the 2020 Proclamations Tour after which an onstage debate was conducted.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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The event ended with the screening of the videos “Generación Diálogo” and “Cine Paradiso” and the Queen spoke with the winners, assistants and guests at this ceremony.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen chose a very professional look for the event. She debuted a new pine green blazer suit from her go-to label, Carolina Herrera. Thanks to Nuria for the fab id.

Carolina Herrera Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket
Carolina Herrera Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket

The suit consists of Carolina Herrera Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket and Trouser. The $2590 Two-Button Wool-Blend Jacket has notch lapels and classic two-button stance. The fully lined piece has a center back vent, button detail on the wrists.

Carolina Herrera Straight-Leg Wool-Blend Pants
Carolina Herrera Straight-Leg Wool-Blend Pants

The $1290 Straight-Leg Wool-Blend Pants are designed with a high waist and straight-leg cut. The unlined pants have back pleat, straight leg silhouette with Concealed hook and zip fastening on front.

Carolina Herrera Straight-Leg Wool-Blend Jacket and Pants
Carolina Herrera Straight-Leg Wool-Blend Jacket and Pants

Both pieces were part of label’s Spring Summer 2019 Collection and are now sold out.

Queen Letizia announced the Princess Girona Foundation Awards in Social category
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Underneath the blazer, she was wearing a metallic green silk top with pine green detailing at the neckline.

Queen Letizia Magrit Lissette Pumps
Magrit Lissette Pumps

Letizia paired the outfit with her Magrit Lissette pumps.

Queen Letizia Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
Gold & Roses white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Her Gold & Roses white gold and diamond double dagger earrings and

Queen Letizia Karen Hallam Ring
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Karen Hallam ring finished her look.

 


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Queen Letizia in stunning Red from Maje for Art Fair opening

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening ofART Fair

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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Today King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of IFEMA Fair Madrid. The 39th edition of Art Fair is being held in the Spanish capital from February 26th to March 01.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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The annual event has a special presence from Brazil and Argentina this year. ARCOmadrid 2020 gathers a total of 209 galleries from 30 countries.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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Upon arrival, King Felipe and Queen Letizia started the tour of the fair from the Hall 7 and 9 of IFEMA. The halls has special galleries featuring the spaces of El País, “It’s just a matter of time”, Timothy Taylor, Perrotin (French gallery), Hauser & Wirth, Helga de Alvear (Madrid gallery), Luisa Strina (Brazilian gallery), Mira Madrid (Valencian gallery which has just opened space in Madrid), Joan Prats (Catalan gallery), Juana de Aizpuru (Madrid gallery), Massimo Minini and Francesca Minini (Italian galleries), the Opening Zone and the ABC and El Mundo newspaper.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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Felipe and Letizia visiting the galleries.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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The mission of the ART Fair is to encourage the innovation and research in the field of Art while giving a strong platform to the upcoming artists.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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The central theme of the fair this year is “It’s Just a Matter of Time” featuring the work of Félix González-Torres. “It’s Just a Matter of Time” is the special proposal of this edition. A section curated by Alejandro Cesarco and Mason Leaver-Yap, with Manuel Segade in the discursive program, made up of 16 artists from 13 galleries.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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For its part, “Dialogues”, composed of ten galleries selected by Agustín Pérez Rubio and Lucía Sanromán, offers an analysis of contemporary creation focused on the dialogue between two creators, paying special attention to the practices of women’s art in Latin America, and the sharing of the work of artists of different generations. And the “Opening” program is once again the space for discovering new proposals in ARCOmadrid. The 21 galleries selected by Tiago de Abreu Pinto and Övül Ö. Durmusoglu, represent the commitment of the young international gallery.

King Felipe and Queen Letizia attended the opening of Art Fair
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During the visit, the royal couple received briefings of each gallery and exhibitions being hosted during the Art Fair.

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Now to What Letizia Wore – For the third time in row, Queen Letizia chose a very spring feeling look.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Printed Dress at the Art Fair
Maje Printed Dress

She debuted a red printed dress from Maje. Thanks to Nuria on Twitter for the quick id.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Printed Dress at the Art Fair
Maje Printed Dress

Originally the $415 dress features red floral print on black base, long sleeves, gathered and puffed shoulders with pleated mid length skirt. Its vaporous cut accommodates wide slits at the hem and adjusts with an invisible zipper at the back.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Printed Dress at the Art Fair
Maje Printed Dress

The dress is currently available in Large size for $207.  A closer look at the print. The print is also available in midi size.

Queen Letizia black snake-skin Manolo Blahnik pumps
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Queen Letizia paired the outfit with black Croc Manolo Blahnik platform pumps.

Queen Letizia Gold & Rose white gold and diamond double dagger earrings
Gold & Roses white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Her Gold & Roses white gold and diamond double dagger earrings

Queen Letizia Karen Hallam Ring
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and Karen Hallam ring finished the look.

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Queen Letizia brought Early Spring vibes to Palace Audience

Queen Letizia received audience at palace

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Today King Felipe and Queen Letizia received two audiences at the Royal Palace of Zarzuela in Madrid. First in the morning, Royal couple received the Board of Directors of Atresmedia, on the occasion of their 30th anniversary.

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Atresmedia is one of the main Communication groups in Spain, an audiovisual company in the television, radio, internet, cinema, third-party production and training sectors having many famous labels like Antena 3, La Sexta, Onda Cero , and Europa FM, among others.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace
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Later in the day, King Felipe and Queen Letizia welcomed the delegation of SOS Children’s Villages of Spain, in order to continue supporting the noble work they perform. After World War II thousands of children were orphaned and homeless. Hermann Gmeiner, a young medical student who was orphaned at an early age, was truly concerned about this situation. He was convinced that the help would only be effective if each of the children could grow up in a family or in a family environment, in a home with someone to take care of them and give them love and protection.

Queen Letizia received audience at palace
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With these ideas in mind, he founded, together with friends, the SOS Children’s Villages Association.  The SOS Children’s Villages model arrived in Spain in 1972. The first Village was inaugurated in Barcelona and three years later that of Pontevedra. The mission of SOS Children’s Villages in Spain is to serve children and young people who are in a situation of vulnerability, boosting their development and autonomy, by welcoming them in protective family environments and strengthening their family, social and community networks.

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Now to What Letizia Wore – Queen Letizia kept her look of the day simple yet professional. She debuted a new floral blouse from Indi & Cold. Thanks to Nuria Tiburcio for the amazing find.

Indi & Cold Floral blouse
Indi & Cold Floral blouse

The Grey chiffon blouse features a round ruffled neckline, ruffled detailing on shoulders, front bodice and french sleeves.

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Letizia paired the top with navy blue Hugo Boss cuffed trouser.

Magrit Liza Pumps
Magrit Liza Pumps

Queen was wearing Magrit Liza pumps.

Queen Letizia wore Coolook Heidra earrings with Fluorite
Coolook Heidra earrings with Fluorite

Her Coolook Heidra earrings with Fluorite and

Queen Letizia Karen Hallam Ring
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Karen Hallam ring finished the look of the day.

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