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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Beautiful Royals - spreading beauty wherever they go

Although I can't imagine myself feeding an elephant while dressed for a Vogue magazine layout, there's no doubt how Her Royal Highness Kate Middleton makes it all look completely right. In fact, Prince William and Princess Kate are just extraordinary humanitarian leaders and wonderful role models for the world, at a time when we desperately need to believe in goodness.  In their visit to India, the Royal couple have spread beauty in a land where the population density is imploding the nation's ability to feed itself.  Indeed, the Royals played cricket (Kate with wedge heel shoes on) and they kept their extraordinary cool in spite of what, I'm sure, can be a dusty and hot  environment.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the Bhutan National Stadium to take part in archery
My goodness- archery in heels? Now, that's precision fashion!

Kudos to the British Royals.They brought attentiont to the plight of endangered animals, particularly the elephants. Also, they visited the wretchedly poor in places where, I'm sure, many middle class people would avoid going, rather than embrace.  

While sad Syrian refugees are struggling to escape tyranny, war and the loss of their homes.  While terrorists spread fear with the mere threat of violence.  While poverty and disease continue to prevent people from aspiring to succeed.  In the face of global risks of war and pandemic diseases like Zika virus and Ebola.....in spite of all this....we see Princess Kate and Prince William spreading beauty wherever they go.  

Royals feed baby elephants and discuss the sadness of poaching in India 13 April 2016 Last updated at 20:12 BST= reports BBCNews
Nicholas Witchell reports.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been on safari in India, as their tour of South Asia continues. The royal couple are visiting Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site, in Assam.

They are hoping to draw attention to the plight of endangered animals, including the park's population of rare one-horned rhinos.

While Princess Kate tried to accomplish archery, it was her high heels that were obviously more stunning than her aim.  But, she spread beauty wherever she went, and her infectious smile was a beacon of hope for the people who will always remember- and tell their own children about, the day when the young Royals visited them in India.

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