The Queen of Spain visited the headquarters of Cruz Roja Española (Spanish Red Cross) in Madrid.
Her Majesty saw first-hand the activities being carried out daily within the Cruz Roja RESPONDE plan against COVID-19. The plan has mobilized more than 40,000 volunteers and reached 1.5 million people in areas of; emergencies, health, social inclusion, education, employment, and environment.
Upon arrival, the Queen joined a meeting where the general coordinator of the Spanish Red Cross explained the evolution of the RESPONDE Red Cross plan, which has reached its target two months after launch.
Her Majesty participated in activities carried out by volunteers, she was shown basic necessity kits (food hygiene products) which are prepared and delivered through Social Response Units.
Queen Letizia was informed of follow-up and attention calls made to the elderly by telephone, she also participated in a session of 'Promoción de Éxito Escolar virtualizado' (Virtualized School Success Promotion) a school support program for families in vulnerable situations, before being informed of the services that are being offered to people who have lost their jobs.
Queen Letizia wore a new black and white sweater by Adolfo Dominguez.
The sportswear-inspired bicolour top has a mixed ribbed body and a solid stripe down the arms.
She teamed it with black straight leg trousers and what appears to be Hugo Boss 'Lara' loafers in black suede.
Letizia accessorized with her beloved bezel set diamond stud earrings which form part of her Australian pearl earrings.
Her Majesty later held a telephone conversation with the First Lady of France Brigitte Macron. They expressed solidarity and a mutual understanding between the two countries against the pandemic.