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Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine attended last night a humanitarian concert at Fairfield Evangelical church in Northwood Hills near London where funds were successfully raised for an ambulance for Toponica Special Psychiatric Hospital near Nis, Serbia. The old ambulance this hospital has is more than 30 years old.

Dr. Elaine Laycock who is the Medical Director of Lifeline Humanitarian Organization United Kingdom (whose patron is HRH Crown Princess Katherine) opened the charity concert and welcomed Their Royal Highnesses. Crown Princess Katherine then addressed everyone: “I warmly thank Dr Elaine Laycock for her continuous help and devotion for Serbia for over 25 years. Thank you all for being so good in raising funds for the ambulance. My husband and I are delighted to be with you this evening”

There followed a musical programme that included Merchant Taylor’s Preparatory School Choir who sang at a charity event at the White Palace, Chen Wang, Nick Aston, Fairfield Community Gospel Choir, Clifford Woods, Hope Kneller, as well as many other performers.

Earlier on Their Royal Highnesses visited Michael Sobell Hospice to thank them for their support and to learn more about Palliative care. Crown Princess Katherine opened thanks to Dr Elaine Laycock the first Palliative Care Centre in Serbia in 2013 in Knez Selo that is named after her and Michael Sobell Hospice helped with the realization of this project.

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