Queen Letizia attended a videoconference with representatives of Save the Children

On April 13, 2020, Queen Letizia attended a videoconference at Zarzuela Palace with representatives of Save the Children, who have indicated that 40% of the families who participate in its programs do not have any technological equipment and that the digital divide runs the risk of becoming an educational divide. Afterwards, King Felipe and Letizia attended a video conference with those responsible for Renfe. Renfe is the state-owned company which operates freight and passenger trains.
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer
Children in poverty often benefit from free school meals offered to them during the school day. Carolina Herrera blazer

6 Comments

  1. Belle veste que Letizia aime beaucoup ; là, elle la porte avec un haut/corsage joliment imprimé !

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  2. It is wonderful that the King and Queen are keeping in touch with these organisations and monitoring what is happening. They have both been very proactive, marvellous.

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  3. Yumiko Kokuryu4/14/20, 12:34 PM

    I am very impressed with passion of King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain for improving the life of children in Spain.

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  4. Great organization to be promoting. It's so cute when they coordinate colors :). They are such a gorgeous couple.
    Chel

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  5. The work still goes on.

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