Last Day - Princess Charlene's and Albert's visit to Burkina

On the last day of their visit to Burkina Faso, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Loumbila Education Center was built with cooperation of Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco to satisfy the needs of defenseless communities. There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex that will host various events including swimming education and community education for all communities in West African countries.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene opened Loumbila Vocational Education Center in Oubritenga. Burkina Faso Red Cross and Principality of Monaco
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
There are semi-olympic swimming pool, playfields and education centers in the center. Loumbila Education Center is a complex
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene came to Ouagadougou Airport and to return to Monaco after a farewell ceremony held at the airport.
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene came to Ouagadougou Airport and to return to Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene came to Ouagadougou Airport and to return to Monaco
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene came to Ouagadougou Airport and to return to Monaco

11 comments:

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  2. How colourful and beautiful are those costumes of Burkina Faso woman.

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  3. Sorry Charlene but you blew it on this visit, not one outfit was suitable

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  4. Charlene's trousers are fashionably tight, but not suitable for this official visit and event in Burkina Faso.

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  5. I think Charlene wore this polo as homage to Red Cross, possibly not fashionable, but I don't think it was a faux pas.

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    1. That's it. It's an official Red Cross polo and she opened an Educational Centre in cooperation with the Red Cross...
      So it's better to read carefully before beefing ...

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    2. I fully agree, Monty. Planting trees and demonstrating First Aid on your knees – I think Charlene was sensibly dressed as a patron of the Red Cross. What I get from these pictures is that she wants to be actively involved in the welfare of the people of Burkina Faso and not sit on the side lines in a lovely cotton frock. I am sure that passed some by in their mystifying readiness to criticize her harshly with every opportunity they get.

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  6. Her shoesize seems to be enormous...

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  7. ik heb genoten van de mooie foto,s
    bedankt er voor !!!!!

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