- Returning to her royal duties, Princess Charlene has launched her first official project.
- The former Olympic swimmer has announced launching her first NFT collection, Our Vision Together.
- Funds from the digital artwork’s sale will be used to help the hungry children in Africa.
Princess Charlene, the wife of Prince Albert and former Olympic swimmer, has launched an NFT art collection to raise funds for the hungry children in South Africa.
The princess has saved a number of lives through the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation. Passionate about saving lives, she runs different campaigns such as #LearnToSwim and #Chasing Zero.
The princess, through an Instagram post, has unveiled that the project is in partnership with South African pro-golfer Louis Oosthuizen.
In a statement, she said:
Louis and I have heard our children’s hungry cries, and we refuse to let hunger have the final say in the Rainbow Nation.
Louis too shared that more children can be helped and more lives can be improved with support from more people and companies. He also said that partnering with the Princess is exciting.
The NFT collection, Our Vision Together, has been created by artist unaid Sénéchal-Senekal and is dedicated to the impoverished 2.8 million South African children.
The collection is a 15 piece creative art revealing a portrait of the princess and highlighting her real attributes as well as sincere devotion towards humanitarian initiatives. It also features her regal smile, which speaks volumes for her being a caring and loving mother who doesn’t mind crossing oceans to help and save lives.
Princess Charlene Foundation SA, a foundation based on promoting the benefits related to sport, will auction the NFT in order to benefit the #FEED2GETHER initiative to feed Africa’s starving children.