Angelina Jolie Wins Royal Seal Of Approval For Anti-rape Summit

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June 13, 2014 | 7:26am EST

Angelina Jolie continued her campaign to end sexual violence in war zones by meeting British royal Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall in London on Thursday.
Alongside Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague, the Hollywood actress launched the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in the British capital on Tuesday.
They have continued to promote the drive in the U.K. all week, and on Thursday they headed to royal residence Clarence House for a special meeting with the wife of Charles, Prince of Wales.
The trio discussed the women’s campaign, which is trending on social media with the slogan #timetoact, during the meeting.
A post on the official Twitter.com account for Clarence House reads, “The Duchess of Cornwall has met @WilliamJHague and @UN Special Envoy Angelina Jolie to discuss their #TimetoAct work.
“The Duchess has visited a number of projects over recent years working with victims of rape and sexual abuse, and is keen to raise awareness.”

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