Princess Madeleine visited the Adolescent Health Center in NY

Last Friday, together with Childhood USA, Swedish Princess Madeleine visited the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center in New York. On her Facebook account, the Princess shared a photograph taken with Becky and Rebe during the Health Center visit. Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center delivers comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health services and prevention education to young people aged 10 to 22.
Swedish Princess Madeleine visited the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center in New York, together with Childhood USA

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  1. Wow Princess Madeleine is a beautiful Princess.

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  2. Well that's certainly an interesting outfit Madeleine is wearing.

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    1. But we can't barely see the blouse covered from that fury thing, ha ha. Good show...

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    2. You can see the bottom part of the blouse. I like the color, which you can see, and the "wavy" part on the botton. I like it from what I can see.

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    3. Tudo bem! So muitos vezes os roupas sao caro, mais nao optimo para esta Senhora. E verdade. Desculpa :).

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    4. Tudo bem. Sim, é verdade as roupas ás vezes são caras, e não são muito bonitas. Dinheiro não compra elegancia. :)

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  4. I love this photo! (I actually like Madeleine's outfit, but that aside...)

    All three of these gorgeous ladies look so happy and at ease. I think it speaks to Princess Madeleine's character that the photo looks so natural and candid, rather than stiff and contrived.

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    1. Agree, Rachel. There is a natural and connected feel, which is lovely.

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    2. I do not agree. The girls left and right are happy.

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