Okay. In my opinion, if you should, this isn't even a question alright? If you're wondering, if we're playing games, if we're wondering 'should I text him?’ Can’t text him too soon? Now we're thinking about double texting that's a whole risk, now he's thumbed it so technically he was the last one to do something but it still feels like a double text if I text him again, its a whole thing. My personal opinion is that if there's any sort of games, TRASH TRASH TRASH!
The Duchess of Cambridge holds a reception for Hold Still, bringing together those involved from conception of the project to making it a reality, at St James's Palace in London, England -September 22nd 2021.
September 22, 2021: Queen Letizia attended the commemorative event of the “World Cancer Research Day (WCRD)”, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the “Scientific Foundation of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC)”.
At the request of Pink Ribbon, Princess Delphine of Saxe-Coburg has agreed to sign the seventh version of the Pink Ribbon.
Princess Delphine of Saxe-Coburg did not hesitate to agree to design the seventh ribbon for the Pink Ribbon association . “In Pink Ribbon's fight against breast cancer what impressed me the most was discovering how the disease weighs on all aspects of patients' lives and how lonely they can feel. To all these women who are struggling, I want to say 'let's break taboos and talk, because together we are stronger to fight disease and anxiety'. By my Love Line I want to tell everyone that the love we show can bring color to the lives of patients and make them stronger. Wear this ribbon and show the warmth of your support." The slogan of the campaign "Love is what we all need " , indicates that patients suffering from breast cancer should not be alone in their fight and underlines the empathy shown by Delphine de Saxe-Cobourg, an artist who places the heart above all.
Pink Ribbon raises funds to support the fight against breast cancer, especially in the prevention and early detection of the disease. In addition, the association works to improve the quality of life of people confronted with the disease. No one should face breast cancer alone. The association invites each of us to give a thought to the patients by a simple gesture: the purchase of a pink ribbon.