The Queen Letizia has released its weekly schedule with a trip to Pontevedra. His Majesty has presided over in the Galician town the inauguration of the IX FAO-Conxemar Congress on seafood products that have been jointly organized for a decade by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Spanish Association of Wholesalers, Importers, Transformers and Exporters of Fishing and Aquaculture Products (Conxemar).
In this edition, the congress has focused on nutrition and health and world-class experts have participated in it, including top representatives of the FAO, scientific and academic institutions. Among the figures who have been present are Jessica Fanzo, associate professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University; David Little, Professor at the Institute of Aquaculture at the University of Stirling; Marian Kjellevold, Norwegian Marine Research Institute; Maarten Bavinck, University of Amsterdam; Gina Kennedy, SAID Advancing Nutrition; Lyndon Paul, Danish Care Foods Co, Ltd. Cambodia or Graciela Perreira, from INFOPESCA.
For this appointment, Doña Letizia has opted for one of her most sober outfits, also very much in line with the weather of the Galician town. The Queen has worn a tailored suit with a slightly oversized silhouette in grayish blue. A model that belongs to the Galician firm Bimba and Lola, which is a special detail in the fashion of the community in this visit by the wife of Felipe VI.
A set that premiered in April of this year during a visit to San Agustín de Guadalix with the King and that is composed of a crossed blazer with marked shoulders, double-breasted and wide lapels. The trousers are high-waisted, tighter at the top and an ankle-length cut, where they widen. When she debuted the outfit, she combined it with a dark-colored lingerie top, but this time she preferred to wear one of her multiple white blouses, which gave the look a more working style if possible.
The Queen has completed her look with pumps and a snake print wallet with studs from Margit and as jewels she has worn medium hoop earrings and her inseparable golden ring by Karen Hallam.
Doña Letizia will resume her schedule tomorrow with one of her favorite appointments. The Queen will travel to the town of San Millán de la Cogolla to participate in the Yuso Monastery at the closing of the fifteenth edition of the ‘International Seminar on Language and Journalism’. It will not be until Friday when he resumes his agenda in a particularly traveling week, since he will fly to Switzerland, to the city of Basel, where he will preside over the inauguration of the shows about Goya which is exhibited at the Beyeler Foundation.
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