Queen Letizia closes her work schedule this week with audiences at the Palacio de la Zarzuela, in Madrid. She started the day with a meeting with the managers of Code.org, a non-profit organization that focuses its efforts on increasing and improving young people’s access to technology in schools. It took place this Friday, March 24.

The good use of digital tools by young people and children and safe Internet browsing are two issues that are part of the field of work of the wife of Felipe VI. On many occasions, Letizia has shown her concern and her commitment to how technology affects and impacts our children. Also, in digital equality, through widespread access to screens. Her daughters, Leonor and Sofía, are part of the centennial generation, the so-called digital native. Code.org encourages digitization in elementary schools and colleges, thanks to the campaign The Hour of Code. It is supported by Amazon, Facebook, Google, the Infosys Foundation, and Microsoft.

For this work meeting, the Queen has chosen Spanish red. A tailored pantsuit with very refined lines, which she has combined with a white lingerie-inspired top. The top has a light lace on the neckline. A look 100% work.