The Countess of Wessex's visit to Hyderabad, India, 1st day

The Countess of Wessex is currently in India to see how programmes supported by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust are tackling avoidable blindness in babies born prematurely in India. The visit of The Countess will last for 5 days. On the first day of her visit to India, The Countess visited Gandhi Medical College and Hospital to learn more about retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) which is a potentially avoidable eye condition that affects premature babies.
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
Afterwards, The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili who is the founder of lvprasadeye in Hyderabad, which is a Centre of Excellence in the Prevention of Blindness. Dr Jalili saved the sight of more than 20,000 babies.
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
In the evening, The Countess was welcomed at UK in Hyderabad (British Deputy High Commission in Hyderabad) to congratulate graduating midwives and there, The Countess also met with 2016 Queens Young Leaders Award winner Neha Swain.
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. The Countess of Wessex met with Dr Jalili

10 comments:

  1. She’s so pretty in a very British way.

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    1. Totally agree.

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  2. The Css of Wessex is in her element in India. She loves children.Her dress is just right for this tour.

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  3. I like her outfits and the jump into the bright green, too! They're more interesting than usual.

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  4. She is just wowh today in all ways. Like everything here the cause, the style..

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  5. And congrats to her for the support of such a life changing charity.

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  6. Que empatía con los nenes,se nota cómoda,Me gusta el primer conjunto y el verde:le da luz a su rostro

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  7. Comtesse de Wessex toujours très professionnelle avec gentillesse, elle assure ses obligations avec discrétion.

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