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Princess Madeleine of Sweden: She continues to fight in Miami

Princess Madeleine has put down roots in Miami – not only privately, but also professionally. She continues her important work in the USA.

Miami – Since moving to the United States, Princess Madeleine (39) has rarely appeared in front of the camera, but the royal emigrant is certainly not shy. Even away from the palace, she continues to drive projects that are close to her heart.

One of Princess Madeleine’s most important jobs is not only being a mother, she has been committed to the well-being of children around the world for years. Madeleine actively supports the work of the World Childhood Foundation, of which she is Deputy Honorary Chair. The aid organization, which was founded in 1999 by Queen Silvia of Sweden (78), wants to enable the youngest generation to have a childhood free of sexual violence, abuse and exploitation.
24royal.de* reveals what is behind Princess Madeleine’s current project, the Care Coin.

With the help of various projects, the organization wants to create a safe environment for children, and Princess Madeleine has now presented one of the latest initiatives in Miami. Accompanied by her colleague Nicole Epps, Executive Director at Childhood USA, the 39-year-old paid a visit to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (44) to introduce him to the so-called Care Coin. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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