Laeticia Hallyday in Vietnam : “One gives, but in exchange, we receive so much…”

Laeticia Hallyday continues in Vietnam with his daughters Jade and Joy of his journey, which continues him to put the balm to the heart. She went on the visits to institutions, hospital-like orphanages, which benefit from the aid of The Good Star, the association that she has created with her best friend Hélène Darroze in 2012.

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Last tour date, in an orthopaedic clinic of Hanoi. Laeticia Hallyday has posted on Instagram several stories of this great moment : “emotional Return after our visit in the month of December, writing to the widow of Johnny on the social network. Children with cerebral palsies are the smile. Thanks to intensive rehabilitation and therapies, they can walk again. We are so proud of this program, funded by The Good Star, the progress made is remarkable. These children were not, and today they are standing.

It is beautiful to be there, to see that this beautiful adventure is a success and that the lives of many disabled children is transformed forever.

In a story earlier, Laeticia sharing his gratitude for all his emotions that overwhelm when he returned to Vietnam. “Images and emotions full the head and the heart for our humanitarian mission ; we are continuing our work with these young orphans and of disabled children for their support the access to education, improve the quality of care and the conditions of life of all those little left behind and completely excluded from society. We share, we give, but in exchange, it gets so much… Thank you all for your trust and support to The lucky Star, #Gratitude.” And to add in a caption of a photo showing it with a small boy full of life and standing : “It is beautiful to be there, to see that this beautiful adventure is a success and that the lives of many disabled children is transformed forever.

Hélène Darroze and Laeticia Hallyday have adopted their daughters in Vietnam. With this association, they come to the aid of orphans, the sick and children with disabilities that the vietnamese system rejects. Since his arrival on Sunday, April 14, with Jade (14 years old) and Joy (10 years), the visits are linked, all the more poignant one than the other. Saturday, the trio went to the social centre of Thuy Year Molisa where The Good Star finance vocational training of pyrography to enable young people with disabilities to integrate professionally and sustainably. Laeticia and her daughters have all three received a gift touching : their portrait, made on wood by the pupils.

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