Queen Letizia expresses her "pain and sadness" for the girls of Tenerife

The wife of Don Felipe has been sincerely moved by the discovery of the body of one of the little girls and by the death of another minor in Seville

Doa Letizia, during on intervencinGTRES

Queen Letizia has closed this Friday, June 11, the agenda of the Royal family with the presidency of the closing ceremony of Santander Womennow that was held at the Bank’s Vocento Headquarters. Doa Letizia had to intervene to close this meeting of high-level women. And the Queen wanted to improvise and start her speech by talking about the subject that has shocked all of Spain: the discovery of the body of Olivia, one of the two sisters disappeared in Tenerife after spending the afternoon with his father.

To this vicarious crime was added in the last hours the confession of the ex-boyfriend of Roco Caz, the 17-year-old Sevillian girl who was murdered when she was going to collect things from her ex-partner’s house. Finally, the young man with whom she had ended the relationship confessed to the murder.

Of these three minors, the Queen wanted to remember at the beginning of her speech. Did improvising, with the hand on the heart and a real emotion.

“It is difficult this morning to avoid the expression of pain and sadness for the murder of minors, according to the news that has hit us in the last hours. I am referring to the girls of Tenerife and a girl murdered in a Sevillian town, a minor under 17 years of age. I don’t think there is anyone this morning who is not trying to put themselves in the shoes of all the people who they love these girls, of these murdered minors “.

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