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Orlando Bloom's Inner Child Blossoms For UNICEF

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This handsome hollywood gent is joining a long lineage of Hollywood supporters including Lucy Lieu, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Alyssa Milano in supporting UNICEF as a goodwill ambassador. Orlando Bloom recently took part in a four day UNICEF-supported visit to Nepal where he visited several programs for children in the western districts of Kaski and Chitwan.

According to reports:

In Pokhara village, Mr. Bloom mingled with over three dozen blind girls and boys. He also played a small role in a mini-drama the children were recording that day for the UNICEF-supported radio programme ‘Saathi Sanga Manka Kura’ (Chatting with My Best Friend).

Looks like a friendly game of balloons and bubbles at a Himalayan village brought out Orlando’s inner child, and probably a few smiles from some children in the process.

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