Today Queen Letizia was in Tenerife to see the Spanish team competing fro Bronze medal against Belgium in 18th FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup. She also stayed for the final match between America and Australia.
Before the match, Queen went to the dressing room to wish the Spanish team good luck.
Queen Letizia in the royal box watching and cheering up her home team.
The Spanish team won the bronze medal beating Belgium.
Letizia greeted the audience.
Letizia presented the trophy to the American team after they won the match.
For today’s outing, Queen chose the white and red outfit, the colours of the Spanish team’s kit. She wore white Hugo Boss Bajula top that she first wore in January 2015.
She paired it with the red trouser from her red Roberto Torretta suit.
Letizia was wearing black Magrit patent leather pumps and her Gold & Roses double Dagger diamond earrings finished her look.
Queen Letizia of Spain was back to the Balearic Island where she presided over the opening of the Professional Training Course 2018/2019, at the CIFP Son Llebre in the Mallorcan town of Marratxí, Balears.
The Queen arrived at the Integrated Training Center of Son Llebre, in Marratxí, accompanied by the Minister of Education and Vocational Training, and was received by the President of the Balearic Islands Francina Armengol.
Professional Courses are taught every year in a different city in Spain. Last year they were taught at Teruel.Opening professional courses is annual engagement for Queen that she is performing for many years.
The CIFP Son Llebre is an Integrated Vocational Training centre created to respond to the demand and need for training and qualification in the field of dependency, the promotion of the autonomy of people and their social integration.
Queen began the visit by touring the facilities where the professional courses will be taught this year. The main objectives of the centre are to offer training to individuals who are interested and providing professional competence.
She joined a group of students at Formentera Classroom, who were conducting a “role play” workshop. Queen’s visit also let her experience the workshops for hospital habilitation, adapted bathroom and of kitchen first hand.
Next, Her Majesty the Queen went to the Residence of Elderly Son Llebre, which houses the practices of the students of the CIFP. She received a brief explanation of the relationship between the CIFP and the Residence for the Elderly, such as internships, employability of former students and Erasmus + practices.
The day ended after a meeting with entrepreneurs involved with the practices and employability of CIFP students, teachers, students and the Center’s Social Council.
Letizia with students and council members.
Once again keeping her look minimal and sober, Letizia chose a white draped blouse from Hugo Boss that is part of her wardrobe for a long time.
She paired the blouse with blue and white striped pants. The label of the trouse is still unknown but it seems to be HugoBoss design with digital print.
Letizia gave a touch of colour to her look with burgundy Lodi Debra Shoes that she debuted last year.
Today Queen Letizia of Spain received an audience from the viceregal painting commission of the National Museum of the Prado headed by the President of the Friends Foundation of the Prado Museum.
The Friends of the Prado Museum Foundation is collaborating with the National Museum of the Prado to create the viceregal art commission whose objective is the dissemination and study of this art. This project will allow these works to have the recognition they deserve inside the Museum.
The Commission will analyze the help that the Museum needs to implement this plan that includes both acquisitions and donations of work, assembly of exhibitions, research and scholarships. A summer course has already been dedicated and the Chair of the Prado will be dedicated this year.
Later in the day, Queen Letizia visited the facilities of the General Directorate of the Civil Guard, in Madrid to attend the celebration of first female corps officer entry in Spanish Army. It’s been 30 years since a woman has become a corps officer in the Civil Guard and 25 years in the General Military Academy of Spain.
Queen was received by the Minister of Defense upon arrival. The event began with a working meeting with General Director of the Civil Guard, the Minister of Defense and the Secretary of State.
Later on, a video was screened describing the role of women in Spanish Military. An Exhibition was conducted describing the life of women in the Civil Guards – “The woman in the Civil Guard”. Before leaving Queen signed the Book of Honour.