Miss World 2014 Rolene Strauss led 24 of the Miss World 2015 candidates to a visit to Julia Morley's Orphanage in Sanya
The ladies brought smiles to the children's faces
I never hid my fondness and admiration for Miss World 2014 Rolene Strauss. You can easily tell that the South African has a heart of gold, especially for the children. And being a Medical Student, her trip to the Julia Morley-financed orphanage in Sanya, China was an activity she wholeheartedly embraced along with twenty-four (24) of the Miss World 2015 candidates who were selected because of their medical and child welfare backgrounds.
Rolene must have been such a glowing angel when she appeared in front of the underprivileged kids. She took them to her open arms and made sure that happiness was equally distributed among everyone. Even the ladies who accompanied her were so touched by the whole visit that they treated the young ones with such warmth and sincerity. There were songs, dances and gift giving all around. And this is truly one of the most rewarding moments of being part of Miss World.
I just wished our own Hillarie Parungao was also handpicked for the same. Her project against child mortality could have counted in being part of the group. 🙂
Hi! Norman here. When I'm not working, I spend most of my free time planning on daily blogs. If you will notice, I always make sure that a fresh topic comes out everyday - not an easy thing to do but it's all good. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy the visit!
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