Queen Letizia made an appearance at the Foundation for Help Against Drug Addiction in Madrid on Thursday, January 20 — and she looked stunning, as usual.
The brunette beauty rocked a gray blazer and matching pants, with a black shirt underneath as she posed for photos and met with people.
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The royal wore a white mask as she interacted with others. "Doña Letizia chaired the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Help Against Drug Addiction Foundation, which was held at the Google Campus in Madrid, and the subsequent event '(In)form yourself: critical thinking and media literacy,' in which the results of the (In)form yourself, the Google and Fad project that has trained more than 32,000 adolescents against disinformation in media literacy (keys to detect hoaxes, verification of sources, etc.) and critical thinking," the caption read.
"Also, 'Surf the net' was presented, a new project that Google and Fad will develop over the next two years to promote digital citizenship among schoolchildren aged 12 to 18," the message continued.
"Her Majesty the Queen took her place in the meeting room and the event began with a few words of welcome from the director of Google for Spain and Portugal, Fuencisla Clemares, and successive interventions by the president of the Foundation for Help Against Drug Addiction, Ignacio Bayón; of the general director of the FAD, Beatriz Martín; the Technical Director of FAD, Eulalia Alemany; and the deputy director of the Reina Sofía Center on Adolescence and Youth of FAD, Anna Sanmartín," the message read.
At the end of the day, "Doña Letizia received a greeting from the Secretary of State for Education, Alejandro Tiana; and the juries and mentors of the Infoinfluencers awards, Esther Turu, Óscar Vázquez and Rafael Moyano," the message read.
The Queen took a second to smile in front of the step and repeat.
Saying goodbye! Onto the next event.