This Friday, April 30, Queen Letizia of Spain went to the south-east of the country. The Queen had attended the Sixth Educational Congress on Rare Diseases, organized by the Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases (Feder). An event that took place in El Paretón, in the city of Totana, in a public school. The FEDER was created in 1999 with more than 368 entities and associations. The aim of the federation is to help people suffering from rare diseases as well as their families. We are talking about actions to increase the quality of life, but also help in finding effective treatments.
Note that Queen Letizia has been involved in this action for nearly 10 years. This is why we see her chairing this conference. The latter mainly focused on educational and health challenges in classrooms. The infrequent pathologies that can be found there were also discussed. The impact of the health crisis on children with rare pathologies was also mentioned.
End of the “VI Congreso Educativo sobre Enfermedades Raras”, presidido por la Reina en el CPEIBas “Guadalentín” of the Murciana locality of Totana. https://t.co/kwkwR5KPVk pic.twitter.com/nZmWlEueJm
– Casa de S.M. el Rey (@CasaReal) April 30, 2021
“Queen Letizia is on trend”
After the congress ended, Leonor and Sofia’s mother gladly met the schoolchildren. She has, moreover, toured the classrooms. She took the time to discuss with the teachers to determine the integration of children with rare diseases.
GALERÍA | Vista de la Reina Letizia a Totana https://t.co/xMm4lCMBQE vía @ormurcia
– Onda Regional (@ORMurcia) May 1, 2021
For this intervention, the Queen dressed in a very trendy two-tone outfit. She recycled red pants from Uterqüe. To go with it, she opted for a white Jersey sweater also from Uterqüe with short balloon sleeves. For shoes, she had put on red shoes with square heels.
Queen Letizia © Dana Press