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Lyonnaise 11-05-2004 06:56 AM

Princess Alexandra Visits UNICEF Centres in India and Bangladesh; November 2004
 
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Princess Alexandra in Bangladesh - 1http://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifhttp://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifhttp://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifPrincess Alexandra visits UNICEF's children-centers in India and Bangladesh. Pictured here the so-called pavement-schools.

Alexandria 11-05-2004 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Lyonnaise
Princess Alexandra in Bangladesh - 1http://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifhttp://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifhttp://www.colourpress.com/gfx/transpx.gifPrincess Alexandra visits UNICEF's children-centers in India and Bangladesh. Pictured here the so-called pavement-schools.

Thanks so much for the pictures Lyonnaise.

Alexandra looks very happy in these pictures. It must be good for her to have such a good/beneficial distraction from her personal life.

I hope that post-divorce Alexandra will take on a greater role with UNICEF. She has been working with the organization for many years through her role as a Princess, and seems to enjoy it and be very good at it, too.

Mandy 11-07-2004 09:20 PM

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Princess Alexandra visits UNICEF`s children-centers in India and Bangladesh.

Mandy 11-07-2004 09:28 PM

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Princess Alexandra visits UNICEF`s children-centers in India and Bangladesh. (Part 2)

lynn 11-07-2004 09:46 PM

She's my all-time favorite princess--royal or not. I am happy to hear that she won't be disappearing after the divorce. She has done a good job so far and it would be a shame to let her stop what she has been doing. By the way, in one of the pictures, I think she's wearing rubber shoes... Practical and COOL!

pdas1201 11-11-2004 12:44 PM

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Princess Alexandra in India's Capital New Delhi as a UNICEF ambassador

Mandy 11-11-2004 01:08 PM

Thanks pdas1201. Alexandra looks amazingly happy.

ravergirl 11-11-2004 01:11 PM

I am so happy that Alexandra has maintained her grace and poise during this difficult time for her. She has become a truly exemplemary royal, and I am glad that she is continuing her royal duties.

GrandDuchess 11-11-2004 03:44 PM

Great to see Alexandra so radiant and warm on her trip as a UNICEF ambassador! She looks like she's in the essence of what she likes to do/accomplish. I hope we will get to see her as an active royal also in the future - just like Diana, Alexandra needs no title to her name in order to do a fantastic job!

Lyonnaise 11-12-2004 09:32 AM

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Tala, India - Princess Alexandra visited UNICEFīs projects in India. Here a school-project in Tala in Uttar Pratesh, where the focus is to get the girls to go to school.
(from Colourpress)

Lyonnaise 11-12-2004 09:34 AM

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continued...

Lyonnaise 11-12-2004 09:36 AM

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still more from the visit to the school..

Bangladesh - Princess Alexandra visits UNICEFīs children-centres in India and Bengladesh. Here at a hospital in Bangladesh.

galuhcandrakirana 11-12-2004 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Alexandria
I hope that post-divorce Alexandra will take on a greater role with UNICEF. She has been working with the organization for many years through her role as a Princess, and seems to enjoy it and be very good at it, too.

Yes I agree with you, it will be great if she could get position as UN ambassadrice through UNICEF.

Great pictures Lyonnaise, thanks for share its.

lucys 11-12-2004 10:27 AM

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Originally Posted by galuhcandrakirana
Yes I agree with you, it will be great if she could get position as UN ambassadrice through UNICEF.

I get the impression she will become still more active with UNICEF after the divorce.

Mandy 11-12-2004 10:40 AM

Thanks for the pictures Lyonnaise. I agree that Alexandra should continue her work with UNICEF as either goodwill embassador or spokesperson.

paulette 11-12-2004 07:33 PM

I really admire the hardwork and sincerity of Princess Alexandra in helping people from the world's poorest places. Not all persons do have the courage to face different kinds of persons from various cultures, traditions and life.

Especially that Princess Alex's life has been to difficult times lately.
(I like her white t-shirt with the UN logo) =)

Go Princess Alex! You are the best!!!!

Xandra 11-14-2004 03:55 AM

Agree with you all (and she really looks great in the UNICEF T shirt!). She looks so fulfilled doing her job. Like many of you have said-she looks even lovelier and happier than ever.

I guess now that she doesnīt have to pretend about the marriage anymore, itīs really a sense of freedom. One really wonders about what went on behind palace walls.

A member said that life isnīt so hard for Alex, being a royal with nannies etc... Itīs true that she lives a royal life, but it may not be true she never had to worry about money or anything. If youīre not married to the Crown Prince, you have to earn something yourself, and have to have enough money to keep up royal appearances. Of course they have more than the average person, but the pasture is always greener over the other side. We donīt know the details-I admit I envy the big house and nannies etc, but maybe my life is all that more fun and rich, because I donīt have marital problems (and worse, canīt talk about it)?

pdas1201 11-15-2004 10:37 AM

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Zaudpur, India - Princess Alexandra visited several UNICEF projects in India. Here at a polio-vaccine program in Zaidpur.

pdas1201 11-15-2004 10:45 AM

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some more pics...

I agree with all you guys, Princess Alexandra is positively radiant. Its probably the glow from knowing that you are out there helping people, especially children. Found her true calling, I believe.
Great Job......(don't we have one with a thumbs up sign)

pdas1201 11-15-2004 10:46 AM

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Finally, the last batch of pics...


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