The Queen of Spain received two audiences on Thursday at the Palace of La Zarzuela in Madrid.
Her Majesty first met with representatives of the Spanish Association of Periodical Publications Publishers (AEEPP). The Queen was informed of AEEPP's new brand 'Club Abierto de Editores' (CLABE), coinciding with their 20th anniversary which they celebrate this year.
CLABE's objective is to observe the crisis derived from the pandemic, as an accelerator for transformation within the sector. Tackling issues such as; the future of paper, training in new skills for digital media and gender equality among others. The AEEPP is a non-profit, independent business association that carries out its activity throughout Spain through its delegations and with a prominent international presence in 11 countries.
Queen Letizia later received the board of directors of the International Association of the Telephone of Hope. They informed Her Majesty of the services they provide such as; crisis intervention, promoting people's emotional health and training of volunteers. The Telephone of Hope was founded in 1971 in Seville, it's objective is the comprehensive care of people with physical, mental and sensory dysfunction with a comprehensive approach that addresses education and rehabilitation.
For the day of audiences, Queen Letizia wore a combination of red and white.
The white blouse featuring tonal embroidery, puffed shoulders and blouson sleeves was first worn 7 years ago and remains unidentified. A look back at Letizia wearing the blouse in 2013.
Today she teamed the top with her ruby red Hugo Boss 'Selrita' Lambskin-leather pencil skirt.
The piece was first seen during last year's State Visit to South Korea.
Letizia finished the look with her bordeaux LODI 'Debra' patent leather pumps.