This week, Doña Letizia and King Felipe VI are in their first official trip to Angolawhich takes place after the official visit to Spain by the Angolan President João Lourenço two years ago and which serves to highlight and strengthen the ties and bilateral relations between the two countries.
The truth is that there was no better time to carry out this adventure in Africa, exchanging the polar language that is reaching our borders for the summer temperatures of Luanda. On Monday morning, Letizia left Madrid with a winter ‘outfit’ and landed in the African country with ‘total look’ pink very cool to face the 30 degrees of the capital of Angola.
In these days of the trip, the queen has participated in different official acts, from a visit to the Agostinho Neto Memorial, in which Letizia paid tribute to Spanish culture with her dress, to her meeting with the First Lady president of the Ngana Zanza Foundationin which women leaders of the Angolan civil society participated and in which education was treated as a factor of empowerment.
On Wednesday morning, Doña Letizia and the First Lady visited the Lucrecia Paím Maternity, to learn about the work that is done there with newborns and where the campaign was presented Born free to shine. During her tour of the center, the queen learned about the programs that, with the help of the Spanish Cooperation Agency, seek to rereduce the rate of HIV transmission between mothers and daughters.
For the occasion, Letizia chose a much more comfortable look than what we have seen in recent days to walk comfortably through the corridors of the maternity hospital and took the opportunity to debut a very peculiar jacket. It is a white saharan jacket with trims printed in black vichy squares, with French sleeves and fitted at the waist, just the way she likes it. On the other hand, she also has puffy shoulders, which reminded us a bit of the outfits we saw in the movie. Memories of Africa.
For its part, the pants were of a straight design in tune with the jacket and belong to the Spanish firm vanderwilde. As for the fabric, they are made of natural linena perfect fabric to deal with the humidity of Africa without getting hot or sweating excessively.
If we refer to footwear, for the first time this year he has worn wedge espadrilles, the shoe that he always takes out of the closet when the thermometer exceeds 20 degrees. These in particular are the white model from Macarena Shoes that she wore so much last summer.
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