Princess Mabel and Princess Victoria against child marriage

Princess Mabel of The Netherlands and Princess Victoria of Bourbon attends the expert meeting on child marriage, organized by "Save the Children" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague, The Netherlands on October 7, 2015. Through the Prevention of Child Marriage Call in 2014, four Dutch alliances received funding to strengthen existing programmes on prevention of Child Marriage for 1 year. Princess Mabel is initiator of Girls Not Brides and Princess Viktoria is patroness of Save the Children.
Princess Mabel of The Netherlands and Princess Victoria of Bourbon attended the expert meeting on child marriage, organized by "Save the Children" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Princess Mabel of The Netherlands and Princess Victoria of Bourbon attended the expert meeting on child marriage, organized by "Save the Children" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Princess Mabel of The Netherlands and Princess Victoria of Bourbon attended the expert meeting on child marriage, organized by "Save the Children" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

7 comments:

  1. Enfin le sourire revenu après ces dures années, bravo princesse Mabel continuez ainsi

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    1. Vous pouvez peut-être lui présenter quelqu'un pour que son sourire reste

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  2. Mabel is a role model for me.

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  3. Yes, she differs from the other Princesses and Queens, except Letizia - Mabel and Letty have some kind of a decent power.

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    1. Letizia has no more power than anyone else less in most cases . She does what to have this power?

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  4. P.S. Pippa - she is not royal has this decent power as well.

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  5. Lovely to see Mabel smiling again!

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