The Queen of Spain, as Honorary President of the Foundation for Aid against Drug Addiction (FAD), chaired a working meeting with the Board of Trustees, at the Mutua Madrileña Headquarters, Madrid.
During the meeting, Her Majesty was presented with the main consequences in areas such as employment or health, caused by COVID-19 in adolescents and youths. Along with FAD's strategy to contribute to Spain's recovery after the crisis and the possibility of applying for Next Generation EU funds, which has been developed with the support of the Boston Consulting Group.
The FAD was created in 1986, it is a private, non-profit, non-denominational, apolitical institution that aims to prevent drug use and its consequences, promoting preventive education at all levels - school, family and community, finding specific objectives related to drug use, and attending to other psychosocial risk behaviours.
Queen Letizia made a statement in a striking grey pinstriped dress featuring a structured neckline softened by a tie detail at the left shoulder.
The dress is by Spanish fashion designer, Ulises Mérida. It was seen on the runway as part of Mérida's A/W 2021-2022 'LIBRE' collection done in partnership with the Association for the Prevention, Reintegration and Care of Prostituted Women (APRAMP). APRAMP is a Spanish organization created in 1984, dedicated to support the people who suffer sexual exploitation, forced prostitution and trafficking.
Letizia kept her accessories simple and opted for her Carolina Herrera 'Astrud' clutch and custom pair of black Magrit leather pumps.
She completed the chic outfit with her Gold & Roses 'Skyline' crawler earrings.