The King & Queen of Spain hold video conferences and telephone calls with; the gender-based violence telephone support, FASOCIDE, the Commerce of Oviedo, and POTUS
The King and Queen of Spain held video conferences and telephone calls on Tuesday from their home within the Palace of Zarzuela.
In the morning Her Majesty spoke with the 016 gender-based violence telephone number service. Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, the telephone service has received an increased number of inquires regarding the visitation of children of separated parents, and from victims of abuse where confinement has aggravated domestic situations. The 016 telephone number has launched a new campaign to provide emotional and psychological support via WhatsApp.
Later Queen Letizia held a video conference with the president of the Federación de Asociaciones de Personas Sordociegas de España FASOCIDE (Federation of Associations of Deafblind People of Spain). She heard about the limitations imposed by social distancing for people who live alone that need to touch to communicate with the world. The federation is communicating with the deafblind community via video calls, email or instant messaging, if these methods aren't adequate a guide-interpreter will visit the home. The FASOCIDE is also providing support for purchasing necessities, changes in the supermarkets prevent them from using their memory to remember where items once were.
Their Majesties held a video conference with the heads of Commerce of Oviedo, the association groups small and medium merchants from the Asturian capital. A message of hope was conveyed.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia also held a telephone conversation with the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and First Lady, Melania Trump. They highlighted good bilateral relations and solidarity against COVID-19. They will recover the USA State Visit as soon as possible.
Queen Letizia wore a black pant suit contrasted with a coral rollneck top, and accessorized with small hoop earrings.
It appears she wore her black Hugo Boss 'Lara' pebbled leather loafers.