Queen Letizia is currently on a Spanish Cooperation trip to the Republic of Colombia. She began the trip in earnest with a visit to the Spanish Cooperation Training Center in Cartagena, where she met with staff and unveiled a commemorative plaque.
Next, Queen Letizia was joined by Verónica Alcocer, the First Lady of Colombia, for a visit to the Villahermosa neighborhood. There, they learned about the improvements that had been made thanks to the Spanish Cooperation's drinking water supply and household sanitation program. They also visited homes and met with locals who were benefiting from the program.
In the afternoon, Queen Letizia and the First Lady visited the Cartagena de Indias Workshop School, created in 1992 with the support of the Spanish Cooperation to contribute to the training for work of young people in traditional trades.
This was followed by a visit to the historic site of Bastion of Santa Catalina, to learn about the restoration work carried out by the students of the Cartagena de Indias Workshop School.
There were no sartorial surprises from Queen Letizia today. She was dressed in her Coop garb, consisting of a white button-up shirt, khaki-olive Adolfo Dominguez jeans, and her Panama Jack combat boots. Thanks to eagle-eyed Núria Tiburcio for identifying the pants via the logo on the button.
For the afternoon engagements, Letizia brought back the Stradivarius Straight-Fit Cargo Trousers in Pale Tan which she debuted yesterday.