“CARE”: Royals selling coffee and cakes
Yesterday Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit sold coffee and cakes outside their residence Skaugum for the sake of CARE. Their children and Mette-Marit’s brother Espen Hoiby were also seen during this event.
Crown Prince Haakon is a patron of the charity campaign CARE. The money from this year’s television campaign will be used to provide the world’s poorest women the opportunity to fend for themselves.
Care’s vision is to have a world where poverty is overcome and where people live in safety and dignity. It is a nonprofit organization that is working in several of the world’s poorest countries. CARE fights for women’s rights and for everyone to live a decent life.
Tagged CARE, Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit, In-Laws, Marius Borg Høiby, Patronage, Prince Sverre Magnus, Princess Ingrid Alexandra.
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