Letizia starts the course with that wonder of ‘kitten’ heels: it coincides with Sara Carbonero

Queen Letizia has started the course with her first event on the agenda: the Unicef ​​Spain Awards ceremony, of which she is honorary president. It was at the institution’s headquarters in Madrid on Thursday, September 7, the same day as the official opening of the schools in the capital. At the event, she met Sara Carbonero, the organization’s ambassador.

The wife of Felipe VI has presented the 2023 awards, which recognize the commitment of people and institutions that work to improve the lives of the most vulnerable children. The awards highlight cultural, social or human work for the well-being of children.

For this event, Letizia has chosen a work look, with a very refined lilac pantsuit by Hugo Boss. A monochrome tone very much in the DNA of the German firm. She has combined the tailored suit with a high gloss effect white blouse. But the best of the best of this look are her shoes. that marvel of heels kitten medium height (the kitten heels). A very cinematographic trend that returns from the past, from the most iconic image of Audrey Hepburn, and that returns to stay. These slingback pumps, in nude and with a patent leather finish, have a square buckle detail.

At the ceremony, the Queen coincided with Sara Carbonero, who is the ambassador of Unicef ​​Spain. The journalist wore a flowing midi dress with a drop neckline and a discreet makeup color.

The Queen has presented the Unicef ​​España Transforma awards to the Congenital Cardiopathies Unit of the La Paz Hospital in Madrid; Joaquín Ruiz-Giménez to Shabana Basij-Rasikh, Afghan activist and co-founder of Sola (School of Leadership of Afghanistan); and the Communication to the journalist Alexia Columba of ABC, for her report on orphanages in Ukraine.