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Victoria Silvstedt lights up the night with Guardian Angels

Victoria Silvstedt lights up the night with Guardian Angels

By Staff Writer - December 7, 2016

Photo: Facebook Les Anges Gardiens de Monaco
Photo: Facebook Les Anges Gardiens de Monaco

For 10 years, Les Anges Gardiens de Monaco have been supporting the most disadvantaged living rough in Nice: every Monday, warm meals and warmth are distributed to hundreds of people.

On Monday this week Bruna Maule Cassio and her team of volunteers brought a special visitor to their friends living on the streets.

“Between a gala evening in Monaco in the presence of Princess Charlene and the filming of a TV show in Milan, Victoria Silvstedt, model, actress, and TV presenter, gave her time and her wonderful smile to Monaco’s Guardian Angels, bringing help to men, women, entire families, babies, the elderly, the disabled, all those who can not afford lodging or food,“ Bruna said.

“What has touched my heart,” said Victoria, is that it is not just about providing emergency assistance but also helping people reintegrate. Les Anges Gardiens de Monaco also pay rents for several needy families.

Hannibal Renberg, whose works are on display at ArchiChic, 5 rue Martin Seytour in Nice, from December 2 to 23 (with a vernissage December 9) captured a few magical moments with Victoria Silvstedt and the Les Anges Gardiens de Monaco.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the association, singer Umberto Tozzi will offer a concert during a charity gala on Friday, February 17, 2017 in the Salle Empire of the Hotel de Paris in Monaco.

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