Spain’s Queen Visits Soria For Princess of Girona Foundation Award Ceremony
Queen Letizia of Spain today visited the city of Soria where she attended the award ceremony for the 2017 Princess of Girona Foundation ‘Social’ prize.
Miriam Reyes Oliva is the winner for this year, in recognition of her work in founding the non-government organisation Visual Apprentice that aims to ensure that “children with autism have the tools to reach their full potential”.
Over the course of the day following the ceremony, Queen Letizia visited a number of social organisations in Soria – stopping at each to meet and greet those who had come out to catch a glimpse of the visiting royal. Each of the places provide different social outlets for the community in Soria, running projects to promote integration.
For the engagement, the Queen repeated a bright red Zara coat with exaggerated bell sleeves first worn earlier this month over a pair of beige trousers and a white blouse.
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