British princes invite Vietnamese singer to Royal Foundation’s meeting


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Vietnamese pop star Thu Minh will attend the grand opening of the United for Wildlife project, which brings together seven world leading wildlife charities in London on June 9.
The Royal Foundation, established by the British princes in 2009, will preside over the symposium that pledges to save endangered species all over the world.
Thu Minh will join other guests from around the world, including British tennis player Andy Murray and South African rugby union player Jacobus Francois Pienaar.
As the ambassador of the South Africa’s Rhino protection Initiative to Vietnam, she traveled to the African country in April for a campaign against rhino poaching.
She has pledged to pursue the protection of endangered animals, both in Vietnam and abroad.
The 37-year old singer get married to a Dutch millionaire in 2012.

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