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Queen Letizia of Spain was caught by the cameras, which created a strange episode during his meeting with him the Spanish Ambassador to the United States, Santiago Cabanasduring his visit to New York for the UN General Assembly.
King Felipe VI’s wife attended various events in the American city this week and even met with representatives from Unicef and the World Health Organization, but the moment of their trip that quickly went viral on social networks was their welcome with cabins.
“Give me your hand like a man”the Spanish monarch told the diplomat as they met at the entrance of the Cervantes Institute in New York on Wednesday, before attending a meeting with Spanish researchers on the fight against cancer.
The way Letizia addressed Cabanas was interpreted differently on social networks and the international press. Some point to the comment a feminist gesture in an institutional setting and others hold that the phrase was uttered in a more informal setting than in other ceremonies and that this was the case a joke Between both.
Letizia, who turned 50 on September 15, has had an intense week. On Monday he attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London and starred in a historical picture with Felipe VI, Doña Sofía and King Juan Carlos at Westminster Abbey. On Tuesday he was already in New York to start his official agenda with various files embedded in the institutional architecture of the UN. Y On Wednesday, he met with the First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden. at a summit at Columbia University to raise awareness of the importance of cancer research and prevention.
Letizia Ortiz was born in the Spanish city of Oviedo, She is a journalist by profession and has been Queen Consort for her marriage to Felipe VI since 2014. With whom he has two daughters, Princess Leonor, heir to the throne, and Infanta Sofía.
(With information from EFE)