Queen Letizia showed off her playful side when she wore a colorful dress to an event on Wednesday, November 10, in Madrid, Spain.
"Her Majesty the Queen chaired the event organized by the BBVA Microfinance Foundation (FMBBVA) 'Connected by the digital opportunity,' whose objective is to show the importance of digitization as a lever for the development of people in vulnerable situations," a caption read via social media about the night.
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The Queen also sported red shoes and a fun belt.
"Doña Letizia arrived at Ciudad BBVA, in Madrid, where she was received by the Minister of Science and Innovation, Diana Morant; the president of BBVA, Carlos Torres; and by the CEO of the BBVA Microfinance Foundation (FMBBVA), Javier M. Flores," a caption read. "The event began with the projection of the video 'immersion,' recorded by the Foundation's bank correspondent in Colombia (Bancamía)."
Speaking from the heart! "Her Majesty the Queen in her words wanted to emphasize that '500 million people do not have access to the internet for different reasons" and "all this translates into more vulnerability, greater inequality, more exclusion, less development and less progress,'" she said in her speech.
In addition, the Queen pointed out that "the digital divide deserves a separate mention, which is also a gender gap. The figures are there and they show that women are in a very unfavorable situation, especially in low and middle income countries ... this means, and it is a very fine line, between being excluded or not from access to health services," she continued.
"After completing these interventions, an audiovisual interview was screened 'conversation on the ground, Peru,' with the participation of Shirley Margot Barbaran, advisor to the FMBBVA (Peru); Blanca Jumanga, entrepreneur from FMBBVA (Peru); and Daicy Ochavano, entrepreneur from the FMBBVA (Peru)," the note said.