Queen Letizia entrusts her secretary with the solo debut of Infanta Sofia

Travel week for the King and Queen and their daughters, heading to Barcelona and Girona. Leonor and Sofia will open the agenda of the Princess of Girona Awards this Tuesday 9th with a visit to the workshop of the sculptor Jaume Plensa in Sant Feliú de Llobregat (in Barcelona). An intense programme of events, the main ceremony of which will be the presentation of the awards on Wednesday 10th at 7:00 p.m. The youngest member of the House will participate with her sister in various meetings with the young talents awarded in previous editions. For Sofia it is a filming on the way to her solo debut, which is planned for next autumn.

The Infanta will make her debut as godmother in the first edition of the contest Heritage Objective. Infanta Sofia Photography ContestShe will be in charge of presenting the awards that will bear her name, which will mean her debut without the company of her parents or her sister Leonor.

Queen Letizia has entrusted Sofia’s debut to her secretary, María Dolores Ocaña, according to Monarquía Digital. Ocaña, who took over from José Manuel Zuleta, began working hand in hand with the Queen at the beginning of May. Specifically, on the day that Letizia appeared at the Teatro Real in Madrid wearing slippers after having suffered a fracture of a toe on her right foot.

Back in Girona, there will be a double celebration this year, according to the director of the Princess of Girona Foundation, Salvador Tasqué: the 10th anniversary of the proclamation of Felipe VI coincides with the 15th anniversary of the foundation. This is the first time that Leonor has presented the awards when she is of legal age.

The daughters of the King and Queen will hold a meeting, the Talent Forum, with young people from the foundation’s programs. They will attend the presentation of the study on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on young people, carried out by the foundation in collaboration with Deloitte. They will also attend the launch of the new FPdGi scholarships and the meeting of the board of trustees. The ceremony, at the Palau de Congressos Costa Brava in Lloret, will be hosted by the journalist José Yélamo. The synchronized swimming athlete Ona Carbonell will share her experience and story of overcoming.

With Victoria Luengo

The winners of the Princess of Girona Foundation Awards are the actress Victoria Luengo (Red Queen, Riot Police) in the Art category; architect Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros in the CreaEmpresa category; the coordinator of the Asertos program, Daniel Millor, in Social; the ecologist and geneticist Moisés Expósito-Alonso in Research; the co-founder and director of Global Programs of New Sound Road Guatemala, Susana Arrechea, in International CreaEmpresa; and the chemist Yarivith Carolina González in International Research.